Grate things

Very funny title, Kermit, very funny indeed.

Things you can grate then.

Cheese is the obvious one. Then carrots. Suppose you grate potatoes too. Courgette. Butter for some pastries. Reckon you could grate a french stick if you had too.

What else?

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FINGERS IF YOU’RE NOT CAREFUL. Ha ha ha

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Nutmeg

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Ginger
Nutmeg
Bits of sponge when washing up the grater

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Graters give me the willies. Genuine fear.

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Some really grate answers ITT so far. Excited to see where it leads.
How many graters we rockin huns? I’ve a big fella and a small guy

Potatoes
Lemons
Limes

What about these Ped Egg things? Basically graters for hard foot skin aren’t they? Desgusten.

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Potatoes were covered in the OP warny but I’ll let you off

Favourite side of the 4 Sided Grater?

  • Big Holes
  • Tiny Holes
  • Weird Rough Holes
  • 3 Big Slits

0 voters

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Zest

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Always makes me think of Parmesan

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Yes.

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You supposed - I confirmed (grate them for making hash browns)

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Well consider me royally told :smiley:

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I bet you could grate a higher quality hot dog sausage.

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What are the weird rough holes for?

It’s those mandoline things that make me wince.

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Big fan of grating garlic.

2 graters - very fine and size for your standard grated hard cheese.

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One, from Ikea.

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