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Straining ramen broths with a cheesecloth?

Chili_Junkie | Oct 26, 201706:54 AM     1

Dear Chowhound community.

I am wondering about straining ramen broths with a cheesecloth. I regularly use one to strain my dashi, works wonders. But my proper ramen broths are rich, lots of gelatin from the collagen and have a fat content of course. Will a cheesecloth still work? Will fat and all the rich goodness get stuck there and be lost? I am unsure about this.

Appreciate any input.

Thank you

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