Coconut grating is a pain… but if done right, it absolutely lifts the taste of your food. Traditionally, the coconut is broken in half and each of the hemispheres have their flesh scraped off with a blade. The result is freshly grated coconut, which tastes remarkably better than store bought shredded coconut (much like grinding your own pepper in a mill instead of powdered pepper).
This new coconut grater wants to keep things traditional, but like all machines, it wants to make things easier. The solution? Motorize the blade. Just like an orange juicer, the blade here rotates (not too fast) and all you need to do is hold the coconut in place. And maybe be a wee bit careful!
Designer: Upendra Shenoy M