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If you have anything in your kitchen that needs to be sliced, grated, or zested, Microplane is the brand you want to buy.  Microplane makes many different types of high-quality blades and styles to accommodate each individual customer's needs.  

Microplane® Graters Feature:

  • 18/8 Stainless Steel blades made in the USA
  • Original signature technology
  • Cuts food without ripping, tearing or shredding
  • Effortlessly grates hard and soft cheeses,
  • vegetables, nuts and spices
  • Purees ginger and garlic
  • Slices truffles, hard cheese and chocolates
  • Ergonomic handles
  • Reusable covers for easy storage
  • Dishwasher safe / Hand wash cover

About their background, Microplane's website states "By now, cooking aficionados worldwide are familiar with the story: A Canadian housewife commandeers one of her husband’s favorite woodworking tools and discovers it effortlessly produces the lightest, most wonderful orange zest she could have ever imagined. It’s 1994, her Armenian Orange cake is a huge success and her husband’s Microplane® rasp has morphed into a must-have kitchen grater. It seemed as if a star was born overnight, but it didn’t happen quite that fast, in fact, it took over thirty years.

With just a few modifications, and a slight change in our marketing plan, an entire new product line of graters for home cooks and professional chefs was introduced. The response was extraordinary. Since that time, Microplane graters have distinguished themselves from other graters by using that signature chemical process to create ultra sharp cutting edges. Unlike stamped graters, they effortlessly cut through hard and soft foods without tearing or shredding."

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