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Oakwood (Butler,TX), TX
(Zone 8b)

July 20, 2011
6:44 PM

Post #8704762

hi another question from the newbie .. has anyone ever made garlic/ginger graters ? how deep do the ridges need to be to do the job ?
Gilroy (Sunset Z14), CA
(Zone 9a)

July 21, 2011
9:39 AM

Post #8706058

I did some bowls for sesame paste a few years ago and the ridges were about 1/8" deep. I think that would be about right for a ginger/garlic grater, although I haven't made any...yet..."grate" idea though!
Minneapolis, MN
(Zone 4b)

July 21, 2011
2:33 PM

Post #8706783

Oh great.
Oakwood (Butler,TX), TX
(Zone 8b)

July 21, 2011
9:20 PM

Post #8707675

thank imapigeon

im so bummed .. I had 2 Texas shape graters made put them in a bag to take down to the shop for the kiln time and the bag got knocked off the table ...:( in the scrap bag they went .. GDs are here maybe next week ill get to play again

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