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Cheesecloth

Named for its original use as a wrap for pressed cheeses, cheesecloth has become one of the most versatile kitchen accessories. The most common uses are straining stocks or broths, the fine weave allowing only the liquid to flow through. If you're poaching ...Read More

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Named for its original use as a wrap for pressed cheeses, cheesecloth has become one of the most versatile kitchen accessories. The most common uses are straining stocks or broths, the fine weave allowing only the liquid to flow through. If you're poaching a chicken or salmon, the strength of this product will prevent them from falling apart. Two yards. Made in USA.

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Heavy cheesecloth is lint-free; great for straining, steaming, basting and cleaning. Made in USA.

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  • Made in USA
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Turkey
Charles J V on Nov 15, 2017
to make labne (arab cheese spread)
Asma S on Aug 5, 2017
Turkey
Charles J V on Nov 15, 2017
Thanksgiving gravy
Kim C on Nov 12, 2017
to make labne (arab cheese spread)
Asma S on Aug 5, 2017
Want to make Greek-style yogurt
Aneil M on May 5, 2017
Need for making yogurt
John R on Apr 9, 2017
Cheesecloth makes it easy to use fresh herbs such as Rosemary where after cooking you can remove the herbs all at once rather than trying to scoop them out. You simply put the bay leaves and rosemary including the entire twigs of Rosemary, tie it with the twine, and then just remove the packet and toss out after the seasonings have done their job!
Barbara L on Nov 16, 2016
saw a tip using this on your turkey and thought I'd give it a go
Karen W on Nov 15, 2016
Made in America
Elizabeth M on Mar 11, 2016
To make fruitcake - cakes are wrapped in brandy-soaked cheesecloth and left to age for a month before serving.
Kathleen M on Nov 27, 2015
Perfect for straining stock for the Thanksgiving gravy.
Ann P on Nov 7, 2014
for making jam
LOIS W on Aug 24, 2014
Thanksgiving gravy
Kim C on Nov 12, 2017
Want to make Greek-style yogurt
Aneil M on May 5, 2017
Is this reusable?
A shopper on Apr 22, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I think it would be more trouble than it's worth. You don't use that much of it, you trim it down to just the size to contain your spices, and tie it with twine, if you are putting it your soup, chicken broth, etc. if you are just using it to strain something then I think that would be a different situation and a quick rinse would be all that is necessary. But this is very inexpensive and you will see how long it will last.
what size is this?
A shopper on Sep 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Two yards.
I'm interested in Grade 10 cheesecloth. Do you have it?
A shopper on Aug 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: At this time, we don't carry any grade 10 cheesecloth.
 

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