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Zester/Grater Review

By Krista Low @kristascookin
So, ya'll know I'm a sucker for anything in the kitchen. I love baking and I love making new recipes. So, when Tomoson gave me the opportunity to work with Smarty Pants Supplies and get their #1 Best Premium Zester/Grater for FREE in exchange for my honest review, I accepted without hesitation.
Zester/Grater Review
When I moved last summer I lost my old zester and I didn't realize how much I loved it until I didn't have one any more. These zester/grater's are perfect for zesting citrus, grating cheese, chocolate, cinnamon, spices, and nuts.
Zester/Grater Review
It has a sharp stainless steel blade with a cover.
Add Flavor in Seconds!
  • Grate Parmesan over soups and salads
  • Add chocolate garnish to a chocolate drizzled dessert
  • Add garlic and peppers to homemade guacamole
  • Grate lemons, limes, and oranges to add zest to pesto, dressing, desserts...
  • Create a marinade for seafood, chicken, and meat with fresh spices and flavors
Safe, Easy to Use and Clean up!
  • Super thick handle for a safe, comfortable grip
  • Plastic snap on cover to protect blade during storage
  • Extra long, 8" stainless steel blade means zest is perfect every time
  • Dishwasher safe for easy clean up
  • Durable and built-to-last design is backed by a 100% Satisfaction Guarantee

Zester/Grater Review
I totally love this! The blades are sharp, cut evenly and consistently and cleans up great in the dishwasher.
The first time I remembered to actually take pictures using my zester was while making homemade Raspberry Lemonade Cupcakes. Since the base cupcake recipe was borrowed from a good friend I wont post it but I will be creating something fabulous from it in the future :)
Zester/Grater Review
The zest came off easily and clean without getting to the pith. It added amazing flavor to the cupcake batter and to the raspberries for the frosting.
Zester/Grater Review
Zester/Grater Review
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