There are few things in this world as good as fresh, grated cheese. It has the ability to transform a dish from basic to fantastic within seconds.
Many people opt for pre-shredded cheese for one simple factor: it's not worth the hassle of cleaning the grater.
Most post-meal cleanups can be done in a reasonable amount of time.
If you have a cheese grater to clean, though, consider that time drastically extended.
Because of its unique shape, it can be pretty complicated to get it as clean as you'd like.
If you have a pastry brush, then it's time to rejoice because your grater-cleaning woes are over.
To dislodge those hard-to-reach places, run dry pastry brush bristles back and forth along the grates.
This cleaning method works best when the cheese is dry. If you used your grater for something more sticky, soak it first before dry-brushing.
If you don't happen to have a pastry brush on hand, opt for a stiffer brush such as a vegetable scrubbing brush and it will do the trick just as well.
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