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How To Use Your Box Grater To Make Better Salads

The power in the vegetable is all in the way you shred it.

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Yes, that bulky metal tool you reserve for shredding cheese is actually the superpower you’ve been seeking for next-level lunches. Here are some of our favorites, including ones from our new cookbook, Power Vegetables!

This is excerpted from and inspired by Power Vegetables!, our cookbook of meat-free cooking that even carnivores can get behind. Order it today!

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Ritu’s Grated Carrot Salad

So good, there will rarely be leftovers.

Tomato Vinaigrette

Just the dressing you need to mix up your salad routine.

Coleslaw

A staple in your arsenal, made easy with a box grater.

Box Grater Daikon with XO sauce

This sauce would also be great tossed into a pile of cold noodles!

Celery Root, Fennel, and Parsley Salad

A secret to strong salad-making is a substantial quantity of fresh herbs.

Off-Brand Horsey Sauce

Punchy and great with steak.

Grated Thai Salad

A simplified take on an Andy Ricker classic.

Cucumber-Yogurt Dressing

Inspired by the Indian condiment raita.

Marinated Carrot Salad

Grated carrots make a great salad.

Shaved Zucchini with Tofu Vinaigrette

To be made with the slicing side of a box grater.

Celery Root Remoulade

The French-bistro classic, just grated.

Fergus Salad

One of the best salads of all time.