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Butter Grater Solves Yet Another Critical First World Problem

by Paul Strauss

Are you sick of lumpy butter on your toast? Leave it to Japan to come up with another gadget you never knew you needed. This infomercial-worthy contraption is – as far as I know – the world’s first butter grater.


Just load up a stick of butter into the Easy Butter grater, and twist it to drizzle out delicate strings of butter, which look kind of like shredded cheese.


The Easy Butter grater sells for ¥2,300 (~$23 USD) over at Metex[JP]. While I love the idea of grated butter, I don’t love the idea of cleaning this thing.

[via RocketNews via Foodbeast]

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Comments (2):

  1. Matt Flipago says:

    I don’t think you would need to clean this each time. Just keep a stick in the fridge

    • Erin says:

      Yup. I was thinking the same thing. But really, I just toss my greasy dishes in a sink of ho, soapy water. I can almost get away with just rinsing them after that. I could use this little contraption.

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