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Old 08-10-2014, 04:28 PM   #1
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Grated parmesan with no cornstarch/anti-caking agents

I'm sure you cool kids knew this already, but for anyone who's interested, Whole Foods has a grated parmesan without any anti-additives, cornstarch, or extra preservatives.



I've had a bit of trouble finding this, so I just thought I'd pass it along for anyone else who might be looking for it too!
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Old 08-10-2014, 05:28 PM   #2
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That is great! I have become accustom to grating my own as I need it. Fresher and better tasting in my opinion.
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:20 PM   #3
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Oh, for sure - I try and grate myself whenever I have the time/opportunity, but sometimes it's just so nice to have the work done for you.
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Old 08-10-2014, 07:24 PM   #4
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Ya, the thing I hate about grating cheese is the actual grater - takes up so much room in the dishwasher. I really need to find a sleeker model.
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I love grating cheese ( I have several sizes of graters). But, I also love a manual pepper mill and squeezing my own orange juice.
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That's funny nano, I was thinking about that stuff today as I grated 4oz of Parmesan! I wonder if it would melt like freshly grated? I was making an Alfredo sauce, and I needed it to melt. But boy would that have come in handy!
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Old 08-10-2014, 10:59 PM   #7
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This was one pretty finely grated - almost closer to the green can stuff. But looking at it I do feel like it would melt! I did find another brand (4C Foods) that also didn't have any cornstarch, etc. with slightly bigger chunks of parmesan that also looked like it would melt! I just opted for the WF brand since it had a bit less sodium and saturated fat.
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Thanks! Next time, I'll try that. Save me some time. It took forever to grate that cheese cause it's so light!
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Ya, the thing I hate about grating cheese is the actual grater - takes up so much room in the dishwasher. I really need to find a sleeker model.
I have a flat grater that I use. Works wonders!
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Old 08-11-2014, 12:07 PM   #10
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I have a flat grater that I use. Works wonders!
I will have to look for one!
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I will have to look for one!
I got it at either target or walmart.
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I have a grater disc for my Cuisinart food processor for doing any quantity grating. For smaller quantity grating I use a microplane grater most of the time.
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The best gadget I've ever used to grate parmesan or romano cheese to a fine powder is my Ninja, using the small container. The coffee grinder also works well but doesn't hold as much.
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