LOS ANGELES, CA, December 7th, 2014- The right tools can make all the difference when you are creating dinner for family or a gathering. The Peugeot cheese grater is an easy and efficient way to grate cheese into shaved pieces, shreds and fine grate and will make a fabulous addition to any kitchen.
Three different handheld graters can do the same job, but alas they aren’t as aesthetically pleasing as the Peugeot grater. Our job testing isn’t just about looks it’s about practicality and proficiency.
Cheese grater and mill test:
The packaging is easy to read and simple to open, a major plus.
The grater itself comes with six pieces; we encountered problems with the directions. The English section is hard to find, the pieces are not clearly labeled and it took us a few minutes to understand exactly what everything was for. We figured out what to do by experimenting rather than following directions.
Once we figured out what we were supposed to do we got to work testing. First we inserted our Parmesan cheese into the mill then we tested the shaved and the shredded blades, both worked well. Then we tried testing the grated blade and after multiple failed attempts we realized the manufacturer had inverted the blade, so the sharp side was outside and couldn’t grate the cheese.
Overall Rating: Unfortunately due to the fact that our blade was inverted we can’t recommend or rate this product at this time. Obviously this products mistake may not be in every box, so we will follow up with the company and let you know the outcome of our conversation. Stay tuned. Hopefully we can sort everything out and recommend the product to you, because otherwise it would be a great gift.
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