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Super Fine Strainer - Soup Scum

by mobiledynamics 11 months ago

So many uncommon things that I think exist in my kitchen that maybe many use ? I have this super fine strainer - almo...


mobiledynamics commented 11 months ago

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Fine mesh strainers - handled vs legged

by michaeljc70 1 year ago

I currently have a hodgepodge 3 or 4 handled fine mesh strainers. I want to replace them. The problem with the hand...

2 Copper Colander questions

by harrism 1 year ago

I've got two questions about a copper colander I just picked up. First of all, does copper actually bring any benefi...


harrism commented 1 year ago

Looking for Large Mesh Strainer

by zackly 1 year ago

I'm looking for a large mesh strainer that I can primarily use for draining marinades away from food before I cook/gr...


NE_Wombat commented 1 year ago

Pasta Insert to Fit Stock Pot?

by MichaelSGrant 2 years ago

I have the Anolon Nouvelle Copper Stainless Steel 8.25 quart stock pot. I was considering getting a pasta insert to ...


kaleokahu commented 2 years ago

Does anyone find OXO products hard to store?

by echao 2 years ago

The handles of the OXO products I have seem bulkier than other tools I have in the kitchen. Does anyone else find a ...

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hill food commented 2 years ago

ISO Heavy Duty Mesh Sieve

by zackly 2 years ago I'm looking for something like this heavy duty sieve to use to pas...


kaleokahu commented 2 years ago

Straining cooked dried chiles chilies chilis(??)

by Freq Band 8 years ago

Several recipes call for cooking (or wet reconstituting) dried chilies, then straining out the skin and seeds. A foo...

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Freq Band commented 3 years ago

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Cuisine Queen wire mesh strainers

by AmyH 3 years ago

Does anyone know if Cuisine Queen wire mesh strainers are still made? The business part of the strainer is fine wire ...

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Tamis and chinois, what size openings for general use?

by Seitan 3 years ago

I have one tamis and three ordinary kitchen strainers that I've been using for a long time that are starting to break...

Chinois strainer

by Cachetes 9 years ago

I'd like to get my husband a chinois strainer for his birthday, but there seems to be a pretty good range of prices a...


KaiserFrazer67 commented 3 years ago

Small batch canning- food mill or large food strainer?

by FluffyKiwiFruit08 3 years ago

For small batch canning (4-6 jars at a time) would I be better served by a food mill or one of those large tabletop f...


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