Savora Rotary Grater Review
Ok, I’m going to be the first to admit that out of the box (never have actually witnessed one of these things in action) I had a 3 minute window of time that went like “Wow, so where does the cheese go?”. It isn’t that the Savora Rotary Grater is complicated, it isn’t. In fact, they don’t ship with directions. The picture on the box should show a shot with the hopper opened, once you figure out that the handle part actually opens and you place the cheese inside it’s all smooth sailing
I decided to put it to the test. What better way to do that then to fire up the grill, heat up some fully cooked Brooklyn Cure’s Brat’s, and take out the Murray’s Select Vermont Cheddar. We had the opportunity to “test” out the Murray’s Griller Pack from Murrays Cheese in New York City (in the Village). I put a nice hunk of the Murray’s Select Vermont Cheddar in the Savora Rotary Grater and cranked away over the brat that was sitting in the crusty bun. This is easily my best cheese grating experience.
It was also a very good brat experience The Savora Rotary Grater runs about $30 bucks (US) online. I would suggest not purchasing it at Sears because they are charging $70 for it. I have no idea why. I’d give the Savora Rotary Grater 5 out of 5 stars. Its’ a great cheese grater, and a great gift idea for our 2013 Father’s Day Gift List.