Who invented the cheese grater?
Moreover, when was grated cheese invented?
Beside above, what are the 4 sides of a cheese grater for? Medium holes with a cutting edge on bottom (look like large raindrops) : used for shredding. Small holes with cutting edge on bottom : used for shredding when you want it finer than the larger size. Outward protruding holes with spiky edges on all sides : used for grating.
Beside this, what metal is a cheese grater made from?
A grater is a kitchen utensil that is usually made from metal (and sometimes ceramic or even wood), with sharp perforations or protrusions used to shred food.
What does a cheese grater mean?
Noun. cheese grater (plural cheese graters) A kitchen implement used for grating food products (such as cheese and carrots). Modern cheese graters have more than one side so the cheese can be sliced in different ways.