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The equipment used in the juicing process to extract juice from fruits, herbs, leafy greens, and other types of vegetables is known as a juicer, sometimes known as a juice extractor.
To extract the juice, the pulp is crushed, ground, and/or pressed. Some juicers can also function as food processors. The majority of twin gear and horizontal masticating juicers come with attachments for crushing herbs and spices, grinding coffee, making nut milk, extruding pasta, noodles, or bread sticks, and more.
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A culinary instrument called a grater, often known as a shredder, was originally used to grate cheese. A grater is a kitchen tool with a rough surface used to shred food into incredibly little pieces. Those long, thin graters that are frequently confused with zesters are called rasp graters. Besides zesting, it can be combined with Parmesan and other aged hard cheeses for pizza and pasta. A good grater should be able to efficiently grate both hard and soft items. Chemical processes are used to create microplane graters, which produce razor-sharp grating surfaces that are easier to use for a long time.