How do you shred zucchini?

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First, wash the zucchini well. Then, place a flat grater over a large bowl and start rubbing the unpeeled zucchini over the largest holes on the grater. After you have grated all of the zucchini, put it into baggies in one or two cup servings. Squeeze out the air and freeze it, When you use the zucchini in a recipe, let it thaw while sitting in a colander sitting in a bowl, to allow the water to drip down. Squeeze out the zucchini before using in a recipe.
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Shredding zucchini can be done with a food processor or maybe a grater. You could use a knife to shred zucchini but that is very time consuming. This vegetable is great in Zucchini
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1. Match a sieve to a pan. Choose a sieve with a fine metal mesh that will both hold your shredded zucchini and fit into your pan of boiling water enough to completely submerge the
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You would probably wind up with a very different texture if you tried to chop it instead of shredding it. Any large pieces would probably wind up at the bottom, as well. Try using
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How to Shred Zucchini
To shred zucchini like a professional chef you'll need a French knife, a mandoline, a shredder, and the helpful tips shown here. A professional chef shows you how to shred in this free video on summer squash and zucchini.... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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Zucchini can be shredded using a cheese grater. Just cut off the ends and get busy. You don't even have to peel it! If you don't use all the zucchini at once, put it into a zip locked bag and store in the freezer.
You can use a shredder, like a cheese grater to shred the zucchini. They come in all different sizes so you can pick the size of shreds you want.
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