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OXO® Fat Separators

Every kitchen needs a reliable fat separator, and our chefs love this one from our friends at OXO. The handy stopper keeps fat out of spout, and the shield prevents gravy from spilling. The strainer catches unwanted bits, and a comfortable non-slip handle...Read More

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Every kitchen needs a reliable fat separator, and our chefs love this one from our friends at OXO. The handy stopper keeps fat out of spout, and the shield prevents gravy from spilling. The strainer catches unwanted bits, and a comfortable non-slip handle helps cooks avoid messes. Measurement markings are included for recipes. Satisfaction guaranteed by OXO.

  • Material: ABS plastic; BPA-free
  • Care: Dishwasher safe
  • Made in China

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OXO Fat Separator: Why didn't I buy you sooner?!
After years of putting off this purchase in favor of baking tools, cute cupcake cups and the too small, cheapo version from a dollar store I finally purchased this 4-Cup version on the recommendation of a Sur La Table employee. Oh my word - I love this tool so much! Which only begs the above question, since it's helpful for so much more than gravy. Recently I used it to scrape all the good drippings out of the pan after slow roasting a pork shoulder. After pulling the meat apart for pulled pork sandwiches, it was so easy to add the flavorful liquid back to the meat sans fat! Gotta try it
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November 6, 2013
WHY DID I WAIT SO LONG?
This is an amazing tool for my kitchen. It separates not only stock, drippings, and other liquids, but is great for clarifying butter. Easy to use - it made Thanksgiving gravy dinner so much easier. This is now my ""go to"" tool - perfect! Don't wait until you are my age to buy this wonderful kitchen addition
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December 2, 2013
No moving parts!
Simple physics is the key to this. The plug keeps liquid out of the spout until you remove it.
It doubles as a spare measuring cup too!

I considered the other fat separator available, but quickly dismissed it after reading the poor reviews
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November 7, 2013
"Does its job really well, but..."
I just know that I am going to lose that little piece that goes in the spout. That is my only quibble with this product.

I generally prefer a bottom-pour design as it has less things to loose, and allows for a faster and more controlled pour
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December 12, 2013
 

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Sur La Table Store
Spouse wanted it.
Jacqueline B on Jun 20, 2015
my old one broke, this one is better made
Jeanne B on Apr 27, 2015
They asked for it and the $10 price made it possible to hit the mark of $59 and get free shipping, instead of paying $11 for shipping.
Marissa F on May 22, 2015
Quality and value
Dan D on Mar 25, 2015
what is the heat proof on this plastic cup?
Chantel O on Jan 7, 2015
Best Answer: I've used this fat separator for a while. It handles hot liquids well. I used to have a cheaper version which cracked when I used it for very hot liquids. This one is very sturdy and can take hot liquids well, but because of my past experience I let the liquid cool a little in order to protect it.
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Exactly how does it work? How do you get drippings you want out of it with stopper in?
A shopper on Nov 12, 2014
Best Answer: The stopper is put in the spout to keep the fat from entering the tube. Once the liquid is inside the fat separator and the fat has risen to the surface you must remove the stopper and pour out the fat free liquid out to another container careful not to reach the layer of fat. You can repeat the process for large quantities of liquid.
The fat remains inside the separator to be discarded.
Reply · Report · Awilda I on Nov 12, 2014
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DO YOU SELL JUST THE STOPPER?
A shopper on Nov 30, 2014
Best Answer: No, we don't just sell the stopper.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Dec 2, 2014
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