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Kitchen Supply Co. 9-square-ft. Cheese Cloth
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Product Description:

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.

Product Characteristics:

Cleaning & Care : Disposable
Material : Unbleached Cheese Cloth
Origin : USA
Size/Capacity : 9-sq. ft.
Special Features : Fine Mesh; Can Be Cut to Size

Customer Reviews: (28 reviews)

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3 Cheese Cloth
April 25, 2014
By Joanne, NY
More tight weave than at local stores but still not as tight as I would have liked. We are using it to strain maple sap/syrup.
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5 Use it for making Greek yogurt
April 10, 2014
By Virginia, GA
It is ideal for this purpose. Next, will try almond milk. I have a Faberware steamer pot and just cut a small piece of cheescloth to cover the holes so the liguid whey can go through and thick yogurt is left. The yogurt separates from this cheesecloth better than store-bought.
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5 Best cheesecloth ever!
November 2, 2013
By Marcy, CA
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!
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5
August 8, 2013
By sandra, FL
This cloth is of a great quality and the size is perfect allowing it to be cut and used in different applications.
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5 Have yet to use this
April 2, 2013
By Glenda , FL
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.
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4 good item
January 24, 2013
By Regan, FL
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.
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5 great product
October 12, 2012
By Santania, VI
great product. I used it to day to make coconut milk and it worked wonderful.
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4 Glad I found this product!
January 15, 2012
By Kathleen, WI
This is just the right density for my uses. Others have been too thick to allow juices to drain properly, or too flimsy to wring out without tearing.
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5 Just what I wanted/needed
August 20, 2011
By Geraldine, CA
Very fine mesh.
Excellent for straining cooking liquid for clams/mussels.
Also, works well to strain butter when needing
clarified butter.
Washes up quite well; can be used again.
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5 Fast Delivery
August 1, 2011
By Lawrence, PA
Cheesecloth was very high quality and delivered a day earlier than scheduled
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5 Best product I have been able to find
November 18, 2010
By Andrew, CA
Better than loosely woven cloth found in stores. One layer did the job, washable and reusable.
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5
November 13, 2010
By Nancy, OH
I have tried so many times to get something to use instead of cheesecloth that was suppose to be for using to cook so everything doesn't go all thru the food. I am very pleased with this.I surly don't need 9 feet of it but I know I will never run out. It's a very good product.
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5 Fine Cheese Cloth
October 18, 2010
By george, KY
We are using it to age steaks. It works like a charm. We order from the store all the time and have fast shipping and correct orders, no problems.
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4 actually useful for making cheese!
October 9, 2010
By Angie, VT
This is so much better than the cheese clothe you get at your local supermarket. The material is durable and the weave is tight enough to make all the cheeses we wanted.

We used it instead of the hard-to-find "butter muslin" that the cheese book suggested for soft cheeses, and it worked well, even on the soft-cheese curds.

I ordered two packages, and we had more than enough to make 1 batch each of mozzarella, chevre, and farmhouse cheddar. Better yet, you can rinse it, throw it in the washing machine, and use it again.

If you actually want to make cheese, you can use this and everything wil come out fine.
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3 Just too big, I guess
September 26, 2010
By Tanisha, NY
I thought I was getting a great value by purchasing the 9 foot cheese cloth pieces. The problem is I don't need 9 feet and had no desire to waste it. When I cut it, however, the ends shredded a bit and I had to take care not to get pieces of cloth into the yogurt I was straining. I was not completely successful.

There's nothing wrong with the cheese cloth as long as you need 9 feet of it!
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5 Perfect
November 30, 2009
By APRIL, TX
I used this cheese cloth for straining and forming homemade ricotta cheese for frying to put in my favorite egg curry and it works great, thick enough to prevent bulging of the cheese when forming. Also, I made tea bags for loose tea to steep in pots and small cups. Thanks Food Network.
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5 Sturdy, fine mesh
July 7, 2009
By Steven, CA
This cheese cloth is excellent. We have been using it for making soy milk. The mesh is very fine, so it keeps most of the pulp out. The fabric is sturdy- we have rinsed it out and reused it many times already and it is holding up fine.
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5
June 24, 2009
By Michelle, AE
Shipping was prompt too!
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5 Fine Cheese Cloth
May 23, 2009
By Terry, AR
Stuff works great and I am glad I bought it.
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4 Cheese Cloth
May 5, 2009
By Kenneth, TX
I have not actually used it yet but it looks like it is exactly what I was looking for.
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