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Eva Solo Grating Bucket Collects Shredded Food Inside

by Conner Flynn
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You can buy all kinds of graters, but most of them require you to grate your cheese directly over your meal like some barbarian. The Eva Solo Grating Bucket is a more elegant solution. It collects the shreds inside as you grate, allowing you to dispense them appropriately later.

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Cheese, carrots, whatever. The shreds are collected within for easily sprinkling on top of your favorite dishes. Like any grater, this one will shred a variety of foodstuffs, like cheese, chocolate, carrots and even cold butter. No more aiming at your dish from above and making a mess as it all falls down. This is an elegant grater for a more civilized age.

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The design could not be simpler. The Eva Solo Grating Bucket is, basically just a stainless steel cup with grating blades on its sides. It measures 8.3 inches tall so it holds enough to be truly useful. It’s available from Amazon for $49.50(USD).

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