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Cleaning Cheese Graters

Actually this is an after cooking tip. When washing the cheese grater use a bottle brush such as for baby bottles (they are sold at dollar stores.) Just add soap to the brush rub a little with your hand to create a lather scrub your grater inside and out rinse as usual.

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By Nikki C. from Millersburg, PA

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March 28, 20060 found this helpful

Toothbrushes are also great for this. I buy a package of six or so at the $1.00 store and have one or two at the kitchen sink for whatever comes along.

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March 28, 20060 found this helpful

I put my cheese grater in the dishwasher. It comes out clean every time.

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By Carol Churchill (Guest Post)
March 30, 20060 found this helpful

Before using, spray your grater with cooking spray (Spray and Cook in SA).

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