Kitchen Grater and Zester Giveaway

Edgeware Products has a clever solution to contain mess-making when you’re grating things.

The V-Etched Container Grater keeps the food contained in a handy little box, rather than flying all over your counter and cutting board, which I’m prone to.

    It comes with 3 styles of stainless steel v-etched blades: fine, coarse and extra coarse and the nonslip base helps with stability.

They also just launched the V-Etched Better Zester

It’s made up of over 300 tiny V- shaped teeth and is covered with a non- stick coating.

The food- approved coating allows the zester to smoothly glide across the surface of all types of citrus, while finely zesting the outer layer of skin and not the bitter pith.

Some of my favorite recipes that involve grating and zesting include:

Carrots for Carrot Cake Loaf with Cream Cheese Frosting

Lemon zest for The Best Lemon Bars

Grating sweet potatoes and zucchini for Baked Chipotle Sweet Potato and Zucchini Fritters (vegan, GF)

Grating carrots for Oatmeal Raisin Carrot Cake Bites (no-bake, vegan, GF)

Grating zucchini for Banana Zucchini Pudding Cake with Vanilla Browned Butter Glaze

Lemon zest for the Blueberry Yogurt Cake with Lemon Vanilla Glaze

One winner will win both the grater and the zester.

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232 comments on “Kitchen Grater and Zester Giveaway”

  1. Probably lemon zest. Now that summer is fast approaching, it’s time to bring out all the wonderful lemon dishes!

  2. I’ll be making baked chipotle sweet potato & zucchini fritters! yum!

  3. I usually grate parmesan cheese over pastas (er let’s be honest, EVERYTHING) and I zest lemons for lemon chicken or lemon bars!

  4. I always use a zester for garlic and nutmeg, but this zester looks so much nicer than mine. And my grater is an ancient box grater.

  5. I always hate how my lemons get caught in my normal zester and fly everywhere! I love to use lemons as garnish and on top of my blueberry muffins’ glaze. That is definitely first on my list for use of this zester! Thanks for the giveaway

  6. I would love to be able to zest citrus, and I’d totally use the grater to make a carrot cake.

  7. Oh, so many things.
    Vegies for slaws,
    citrus’s for water
    I could go on & on…

  8. What a great kitchen tool!

  9. I use a lot of citrus zest! Thanks so much for the giveaway

  10. I would use it to grate cheese. My husband and I love cheese and use freshly grated cheese all of the time!

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  12. I would make lemon zest pasta.

  13. Usually just lemon or orange zest to add to baked goods.

  14. On a weekly basis, I grate/shred cheese for all sorts of things. The one thing I would love to make with this nice grater, would be carrot raisin salad. I LOVE this salad, it is so easy – and so yummy! It’s just grated carrots, a bit of may, and a handful of raisins.

  15. I love grating citrus peel on everything!

  16. I need it for cake recipes to grate lemons/oranges/carrots.

  17. Would come in handy when making my zucchini bread!

  18. I would make carrot cake first. I’ve been craving carrot cake, but don’t have a grater….

  19. zucchinni for pasta salad with carrots, squash, onions and almond dill cream sauce

  20. How grate would this be to use to make my homemade potatoes pancakes – just like my grandmother and mom made foe us a children – let’s bring back the memories

  21. I would be grating cheese first.

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  23. A veggie scramble egg mix with lots of grated veggies, carrots,squash,cucumbers, cabbage. yum

  24. Those lemon bars look amazing, so they would be the first thing I’d make! I’m always grating/zesting citrus fruits for both sweet and savory dishes!

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