Using the cheese grater

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  1. ramseszerg

    ramseszerg Professional

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    How do you grate the last little bit of whatever you're grating without grating your finger? Or do you just throw that out?
     
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  2. LameTennisPlayer

    LameTennisPlayer Professional

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    lol....one of lifes mysteries, i usually just eat it, or even better buy grated cheese
     
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  3. vive le beau jeu !

    vive le beau jeu ! G.O.A.T.

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    these things are so dangerous, they can be lethal weapons.
     
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  4. nickynu

    nickynu Semi-Pro

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    I just use my Tecnifibre 320 with a 1.25 gauge Match Pro string at 57lbs in to get the job done. Hope that helps
     
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  5. jswinf

    jswinf Professional

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    With enough practice, you can become a great grater.
     
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  6. ollinger

    ollinger Legend

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    Listen to Vince!! Get the gratey attachment free if you call in the next 10 minutes for your Slap Chop.
     
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  7. iOwnYou

    iOwnYou New User

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    I nom nom it, =] **** the fattys lol =]
     
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  8. 120mphBodyServe

    120mphBodyServe Banned

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    Just chop it up with a knife.
    LOL @ Grating with strung racquet with poly.
     
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  9. tin

    tin Rookie

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    I eat the last piece that's left out..... =)
     
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