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Stainless Steel Chinois

Fine mesh strains custards and sauces. Stainless-steel frame with a hook for resting over a pot or bowl. Comfortable rolled handle.Read More

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Fine mesh strains custards and sauces. Stainless-steel frame with a hook for resting over a pot or bowl. Comfortable rolled handle.
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Fan of making stocks?
Than you have picked the right tool. This is perfect for making smooth coulis, soups and stocks(with cheesecloth involved as well.) This is an automatic buy for any cuisinie
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May 12, 2011
MAKES IN MAKING PERFECT JUICES AND SOUPS
I bought this Stainless Sleel Chinois as a companion to my juicer and in making soups. Even I have a very good juicer, my juice can still be quite pulpy. Some people like it that way but I want a smooth juice. After juicing, I put the juice in a Chinois with a pitcher underneath it. What a perfect juice. In making soups from scratch, I blend it then I put it in my Chinois with a bowl or pitcher underneath it. For me, I have the smoothest and creamiest dream soups. Thanks to the Stainless Steel Chinois. It is definitely a keeper tool!
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This is a great tool for me! I juice a lot. To make my fruit and vegetable juices smoother with less puree, this is a fantastic help-faster and more efficient than what I used to do.
Asuncion P on May 21, 2015
want to make dreamless corn puree
Laurel Z on Apr 26, 2015
Because it is a very useful tool for cooking a Bolivian dish that includes tomatoes that need to be processed by the chinos to make it easier to prepare.
Maria E O on May 4, 2015
truly brilliant (even as colander); convenient singular collected drain-off at center base.
geoffrey b on Apr 7, 2015
Can this be used for custards/ice creams?

Is the mesh too fine (holes too sall)?
A shopper on Oct 2, 2012
Best Answer: Fine mesh strains custards and sauces. Stainless-steel frame with a hook for resting over a pot or bowl. Comfortable rolled handle. Stand is sold separately and not included with chinois.The mesh on this chinois is extremely fine and is typically used for refining creamed soups, stocks, sauces or fruit purees. Depending on the consistancy of what you're straining will depend on whether this will be a good match
Reply · Report · PR Steve on Oct 4, 2012
Is this worth the price?

What justifies this item costing $130? I can understand an expensive knife or a skillet but a strainer? Could someone enlighten me?
A shopper on Jul 21, 2011
Best Answer: This is a fine mesh strainer and is high quality and is dishwasher safe. I love mine but it can be difficult to clean at times.
Reply · Report · JMR2134 on Aug 16, 2011
what size mesh is this?
A shopper on Jun 22, 2015
Best Answer: Best I can do is to tell you that it is very fine since I gave it as a gift and do not have access to it.
Reply · Report · Mary H on Jun 22, 2015
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Can this be used to strain almond milk?
John S on Apr 28, 2015
Best Answer: Definitely! It gives a smoother and creamier Almond, Walnut, Brown Rice, Cashier, Sesame, etc. milks. I love experimenting with different kinds of milk!
Reply · Report · Asuncion P on Jun 22, 2015
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Could you tell me where this strainer is from? USA China France Italy
A shopper on Mar 31, 2015
Best Answer: These chinois are made in Italy.
Reply · Report · Amanda MStaff on Apr 1, 2015
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