The coarse blade creates small strands of grated food that are slightly coarser than that of the fine blade.
It is ideal for hard cheeses such as Parmesan and Romano to top your favorite soup. As well as a wide range of fruits and vegetables, from pears, apples, and coconut, nuts, to fresh carrots. It is stellar at grating aromatics, such as shallots, onions, garlic and ginger into a fine paste that melts and blends instantly with other ingredients in a pan. Use coarsely grated ginger for spicing up some stir-fries or have a freshly brewed ginger tea with lemon and honey. Finally, use coarsely grated carrots or apples ideally for baby purees.