Deiss Pro Citrus Zester & Cheese Grater: Review and Giveaway

Citrus Zester & Cheese Grater

I have been known to buy grated cheese, purely for ease and simplicity as normally grating cheese can just be such a chore, well that was until I got my hands on the cool Deiss grater/zester, made from stainless steel with a comfortable soft grip rubber non-slip handle, and comes complete with its very own safety cover.

grated cheese

I couldn't wait to put it to the test and decided to grate some cheese, I was surprised how quick and simple it was to use, the Deiss greater effortlessly grated the cheese with ease and I was left with finely grated cheese.The great thing about this grater is that you can use it for almost any grating/zesting need from:
Zesting oranges & lemons
Grating ginger or garlic
Perfect for Nutmeg, coconut and chocolate

 Deiss Pro Citrus Zester & Cheese Grater     

I love how compact this grater is, it's perfect for my kitchen needs, I will defiantly not be buying grated cheese now that I have this Deiss grater, the Deiss Pro Citrus Zester & Cheese Grater is easy to wash by simply wash under running warm to hot water or put it in the dishwasher. Also, I've collected a few tips to help you make the most out of your new grater:

Here are a few tips for using for using a Deiss Grater.

1) Freeze the Cheese. Colder cheese grates better. Put the cheese in the freezer for about 30 minutes before grating and you’ll avoid annoying clumping. Even softer cheeses like mozzarella and fontina will grate well if you freeze them first.

2) Oil the Grater. To avoid a messy clean-up, brush the grater with a little cooking oil or a bit of butter before using it.

3) Wash your fruit thoroughly. Use soap and water to wash off pesticides, waxes, and dyes. Allow the fruit to dry before zesting.

4) Remove only the outer part of the citrus rind. Hold the fruit firmly and rub it up and down along the grater. Avoid the white pith. Rotate the lemon slightly after each grating. Try not to scrape any section of the lemon more than once.

5) Remove excess cheese buildup. Sometimes, cheese or other products will get stuck on the underside of the grater. Remove them by tapping the grater against the side of your bowl or cutting board. If necessary, use a cleaning brush and put the grater under running water. Check out Deiss on www.facebook.com/deissofficial and www.instagram.com/deissofficial.


Deiss Citrus Zester & Cheese Grater

I have teamed up with Deiss to give three lucky readers the chance to WIN their very own Deiss grater, RRP on Amazon UK* £23.45 currently on sale for £9.98 also get an extra 20% off using this exclusive readers code - 65VAGHHI (NB:code expires on March 1) Good Luck. *contains affiliated link to Amazon Uk. This competition and more can be found on www.theprizefinder.com

Deiss Pro Citrus Zester & Cheese Grater

206 comments

  1. perfect for parmesan over everything!!! :)

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  2. Spencer Broadley30 January 2017 at 06:47

    Citrus fruits to use in cooking recipes

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  3. I'll be grating cheese to make a top a homemade pizza with!

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  4. I always find zesting lemons a complete faff with my current grater so would love to give this a try!

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  5. We'll be grating lots and lots of cheese--especially the daughter's favourite, Red Leicester. But I think it would also entice me to grate more lemon and orange zest for cooking.

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  6. The first thing would have to be a huge cheese snadwich! then lemo to put into a cheesecake :)

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  7. Lovely prizes would love to win thank you

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  8. I'll be grating some cheese and zesting a lemon.

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  9. Lemons zest, love grated lemon on a salad.

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  11. I use a lot of cheese so definitely cheese and sometimes lemon.

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  12. This would be perfect for adding a bit of flair to pasta night and grating the cheese over the plates at the table!

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  13. cheese for hubbys cheese on toast x

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  14. Grate cheese. Zest lemons.

    Rachel Craig

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  15. Oranges for my salmon marinade

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  16. Limes for the lovely zest which brings out so much flavour.

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  17. Lemon for cakes, should be nice!

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  18. a bit of both will be handy for zesting though

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  19. Alot of Cheese, I swear my daughter is addicted, then I use a lot of lemon for my baking.

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  20. Parmesan cheese! We go through tons in our house 😉

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  21. I'd grate some ginger into a fantastic home made curry

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  22. I'd like to get some lemons to use for cooking.

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  23. Lemon for my lemon drizzle cake

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  24. I'm a massive cheese lover so i'll be grating lots of cheeses! I love it finely grated too, goes so much further!

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  25. Cheese cheese and more cheese. Id also zest some lime for a scrummy KeyLime pie. Yum. Fab giveaway. Fingers crossed x

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  26. Lemon and limes!

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  27. If I win the first thing I will be grating is the zest of 8 limes to make key lime pie :)

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  28. this would be a perfect gift for me chef hubby who has always wanted one of these to grate all sorts from lemons to nutmeg

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  29. Cheese and citrus :)

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  30. Lemons and limes I would guess

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  31. would be great for peeling limes for curries

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  32. Margaret Clarkson
    Cheese for pasta

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  33. orange so i can make chocolate and orange cupcakes :)

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  34. Lemon skin and cheese mostly.

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  35. I'd go for cheese. Can't get enough of it!

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  36. nice to have in the drawer, just in case!!

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  37. Parmesan for spaghetti bolognaise and cheese for a big sandwich!

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  38. Cheese to make yummy homemade pizzas.

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  39. Parmesan cheese its the best on pasta

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  40. Parmesan cheese - I love it on everything

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  41. I'd use it with lemon to make a lemon cake

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  42. Lemon zest to go on the pancakes on Shrove Tuesday

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  43. Grating use cheese in my recipes

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  44. Cheese! Our current grating is terrible!

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  45. Parmesan, and citrus fruits to make healthy summer drinks with - thanks so much for the chance

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  46. cheese!!1 we are massive cheese fans in this house, especially when it is grated and melted on something!!

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  47. Love cheese and potatoe pie, so cheese, cheese, cheese

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  48. Lots of cheese!! We love all types of cheese so this would be great :-)

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  49. Would be grate for lemons and I do love a lemon merigue pie :)

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  50. I'll be grating cheese and carrots for salad and grating ginger for curry. I may also zest some lemon and limes for cheesecakes.

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  51. it would definitely be cheese, I LOVE CHEESE WITH A PASSION, and maybe some lemons or limes as my husband bakes alot and he uses lemon and lime rinds but definatly cheese.

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  52. I will be grating parmesan cheese for pasta and also have a big bar of solid drinking chocolate which would be perfect to grate

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  53. lots of lemon zest for lemon drizzle cakes

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  54. lots of lemon zest for lovely Lemon Drizzle Cakes

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  55. Lime for my Key lime pie!

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  56. Definitely lemon/orange, I love citrus flavour desserts!

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  57. Lemons and limes for desserts.

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  58. I would be grating home grown lemon peel.

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  59. I'd zest some lemons for lemon drizzle cake!
    Michelle D

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  60. I will be grating courgettes to bake my sons favourite courgette loaf.

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  61. I would use it for adding zest to my cakes

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  62. Oranges, lemons, nutmeg and anything that I need to grate for my bake offs. Thank you for the chance to win. :)

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  63. i WILL GRATE APPLE AND CARROT

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  64. Lemons and oranges - love making lemon drizzle cakes and lemon curd and marmalade

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  65. If I win this it will be the perfect excuse to make a lemon drizzle cake (or two...)

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  66. Cheese and citrus fruits

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  67. Cheese, and orange and lemon zest for cupcakes.

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  68. Karen hutchinson8 February 2017 at 06:59

    Cheese - my sons favourite food !

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  69. Lemon!! i loooooove LEMONS!!! Maybe a lemon drizzle cake!

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  70. Lemons for lemon chicken mmm

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  71. Mostly cheese :) but also lemons, and I'm sure plenty of other things. Love the oiling tip, I never thought of doing that!

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  72. would be grating some delicious Continental cheeses, and zesting a few oranges for use in baking

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  73. The lemon for my lemon drizzle cake and the cheese for my pizza!

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  74. Lemons for a lovely lemon cake :)

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  75. Grating cheese and zesting lemons and limes.

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  76. I'd be grating cheese and zesting lemons. Anyone for cheesecake?

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  77. If I won this I'd get busy with some lemons, and make a lemon meringue pie.

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  78. I'd use it for grating veg into my kids dinners :)

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  79. Today I will be mainly grating citrus fruit, cheese & chocolate!

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  80. Its mainly cheese that we grate especially for pizzas

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  81. cheese, use a lot of grated cheese in cooking and also use to disguise our dogs medication!

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  82. Nutmeg - you can't compare the taste of ready grated with fresh !

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  83. Nutmeg
    Victoria B - @ickle0ne

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  84. lemons and cheese xx

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  85. Cheese for my pasta and lemons in my baking!

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  86. Lime for my favourite key lime pie!

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  87. Cheese - we love it and munch loads

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  88. Parmesan - you can never have too much of the Italian stuff !

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  89. Citrus fruit for all my baking :-)

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  90. Lemons - I find zesting really hard work

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  91. Limes cheese all sorts u name it I'll be grazing it

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  92. Just let me at IT - I'll be grating everything

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  93. I will be grating my favourite cheese - mature cheddar!

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  94. I'll be zesting a lemon for my lemon cake.

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  95. Parmesan & lemons for lemon drizzle

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  96. Lemons, limes and maybe a little grapefruit!

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  97. Carrots and lemons for my homemade Carrot Cake .x

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  98. Lemons for a lovely lemon drizzle cake!

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  99. nice Parmigiano-Reggiano on top of my ham and pineapple pizza

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  100. This'll be perfect for zesting lemons for cocktails.

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  101. Lemon's for my home bakes, This would be fantastic

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  102. Cheese :D and i may have a go at grating some zest! x

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  103. lemons for cooking

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  104. Lemons for all sorts of cooking and baking ideas

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  105. parmesan for my pasta dishes , love it freshly grated

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  106. lemon zest for cupcakes (@PeanutHog)

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  107. lemons and limes for my Indian sauces

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  108. Lemon's as using a grater is so annoyingly fiddly.

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  109. I would use this to grate parmesan. My current grater is not very good at this and I end up with grazed (grated) knuckles. Ouch!

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  110. Some lemon and orange to make my nans famous lemon drizzle cake, yummy

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  111. I'll grate parmesan, and lemon zest.

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  112. Limes, I have a lovely recipe aching for this.

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  113. Deffo parmesan been wanting one of these...maybe even some garlic too

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  114. Lots of cheese

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  115. Lots of Lemons to make my family's favourite Lemon Drizzle Cake

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  116. Nutmeg to go on top of my rice pudding!

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  117. Will try it on some ginger for a curry

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  118. I would grate cheese as cheese is my family's absolute favourite xxx

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  119. Grating some lovely cheese for over the mash potatoes and also oranges and lemons for cakes.

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