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Ginger Grater
4.4 stars out of 5 based on 5 reviews.

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Super ginger graterby Andrea

5 stars out of 5

Ginger Grater

I've had this grater for a while now and thought it about time I reviewed it. It's a very useful tool for grating root ginger, and I use it a lot. Easy to clean too, and good value. It does tend to leave the fibrous boss of the ginger behind, as mentioned by another reviewer, but I consider that to be an advantage. I don't use it for garlic; I prefer a press for that. Great little buy.

Published 31 12 2014

Fiddly but goodby John

5 stars out of 5

Ginger Grater

This is fiddly to use but it really gets a lot out of my fresh ginger. Safer than a metal grater on your fingers. I use it every day! Washes easily.

Published 05 08 2014

A fantastic item, better than any other grater/crusherby Judith

5 stars out of 5

Ginger Grater

I am absolutely thrilled with this ginger grater which is wonderful for garlic and I am sure other things too!!!! I do a lot of cooking and I have used this grater several times now and it really is the best thing ever.

Published 06 11 2013

Sort of Jacqui

2 stars out of 5

Ginger Grater

I have to say I'm rather disappointed. Firstly it's quite fiddly to hold the dish still while you're using it as it's pretty small. You do get some fine ginger pulp and juice collecting in the dish as you use it, but because it's kind of mashing the ginger rather than cutting it, you also end up with a huge mass of unusable stringy bits. Definitely worth paying the extra for this instead:

Published 30 10 2013

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At last!!by Susan

5 stars out of 5

Ginger Grater

I bought one of these approx 3 years ago and had it sent from Japan. It's one of the most useful gadgets I have. Brilliant for garlic too although a little fiddly. Can I suggest you start stocking short bristled brushes for use with this? It's what the Japanese use to clean the grated product off and it makes light work of doing so. Something along the lines of a short bristled pastry brush does the trick! Next time I buy a gadhet you don't stock, I'm going to suggest it :)

Published 07 03 2013

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