Fine Cheese Cloth (9-square-ft.) by Kitchen Supply Co
Long a versatile kitchen helper, this lightweight natural cotton cloth won't fall apart when wet and will not flavor the food it touches. Cheesecloth has a multitude of uses including straining liquids, forming packets for herbs and spices (as with Bouquet Garni) and lining molds (such as Coeur a la... See complete description »
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Long a versatile kitchen helper, this lightweight natural cotton cloth won't fall apart when wet and will not flavor the food it touches. Cheesecloth has a multitude of uses including straining liquids, forming packets for herbs and spices (as with Bouquet Garni) and lining molds (such as Coeur a la Creme). Fine mesh, 9-sq. ft.
There is no better cheesecloth to be found. I've been using it for at least ten years. It's nice and thick and its fine mesh are perfect for my needs. I use it for straining beef stock -- it keeps out all the yucky stuff, leaving a crystal-clear stock. It covers my turkey and keeps the skin moist. I also sew up a bag to use for stuffing the bird. When the bird is done, all I have to do is pull out the bag for the stuffing. No standing there scraping out stuffing, hoping you get it all. I love this product!
This cloth is of a great quality and the size is perfect allowing it to be cut and used in different applications.
I rated this high even though I haven't used it, because it is what I was expecting, and barring fiber problems or stains on it when I open the package, it is what it is. I plan to use it for bean sprouting, cheese making and tofu making. Since these are all new to me, I have hesitated to get started. I am anxious to get going, so if I get some kind of extraordinary silts with this cloth, I will repost with a update.
I was pleased with it.. ...Maybe a resealable container would be good for it. I've never used a cheesecloth before, so I don't have anything to compare it to, but it worked as I had wanted it to.
great product. I used it to day to make coconut milk and it worked wonderful.
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Greek-style strained yogurt is thick and delicious, but can be expensive. Make it easily in your refrigerator at home by straining regular plain yogurt through cheesecloth overnight.