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Buying a Zester

I always hated the process of zesting a lemon. I have had several zesters and either the lemon or the zester kept sliding out of my hands. I dislike those big square graters because they rust. I was looking around a cook shop one day and saw zesters on the wall that were stainless steel and about the size of a ruler. How nice it is to have enough zester to hang on to with still enough of the grating part to easily zest the lemon. I recommend one of these to anyone who loves to cook but hates to zest.

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By Lilac from Springfield, MA

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March 22, 20170 found this helpful

Now that I've started keeping and freezing orange zest, I use both a zester and a grater (my box grater doesn't rust). My zester makes a coarser, curly zest, and the grater makes a very fine zest. Sometimes, I want one or the other.

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