Did you know that harder aged cheeses are typically the first choice when grating this dairy product?
Here's a trick to avoid waterworks while grating onions: Chew a slice of gum to avoid the tears.
Lessen the intensity of garlic flavor in each mouthful by grating it into smaller pieces.
Add some starch to your breakfast table! Grate this vegetable to make hash browns and potato pancakes.
Add something sweet to bland sauces with grated carrots. For something extra sweet, grate carrots and bake a mouthwatering carrot cake.
When grating zucchini, it is common to grate more than your recipe calls for. Not to worry — Freeze the excess grated zucchini to make it last.
Ever thought you would grate a pickle? Try it next time you want to make a delicious cole slaw.
Lemons & Limes
Grate these fruits to create a zest that's to die for.
Grated cabbage can create an excellent side dish for your next barbecue.
Grate a loaf of Italian bread to create your own bread crumbs from scratch.
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Although many household owners keep a grater in their kitchen, it might not be the most used utensil of the bunch. However, encorporating the techique of grating into your cooking is an excellent way to add more flavor and texture to your meals.
We've compiled a list of 10 foods that are ideal candidates for putting your grater to use. Some, like cheese, come to mind quickly while other,s like a loaf of bread, might surprise you. Click through to see our list of foods. Then pull out your grater and get to work!