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Can I still buy a nonstick box grater?

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Can I still buy a nonstick box grater?

ratgirlagogo | Jan 5, 2009 06:59 PM

We got a nonstick box grater from Lecter's probably ten, maybe even twelve years ago. We quickly grew to love it (for grating soft cheeses like mozzarella , especially), but one of our cats knocked it into the garbage a few months ago and I've been going nuts trying to replace it. Apparently it was a Lecter's (now out of business for some years, of course) exclusive! It's such a good idea I can't believe no other kitchen store carries it - even if the cheese DRIED onto the surface it just flaked off with a sponge. Do any of you hounds know where I can get such a thing? I'm in New York, for what it matters.

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