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    Beyond Gourmet - Unbleached Cheesecloth - 2 Yard(s)

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    Beyond Gourmet - Unbleached Cheesecloth - 2 Yard(s)

    • Code#:77489
    • Manufacturer:Beyond Gourmet
    • Size/Form:2  Yard(s)
    • Packaged Ship Weight:0.12

    Beyond Gourmet - Unbleached Cheesecloth - 2 Yard(s)

    Cheese cloth can be used for more than just making cheese! Great for steaming, straining, spice bags, basting, poaching, canning, line free dusting and cleaning of furniture, windows and cars. The philosophy behind Beyond Gourmet is to provide the consumer with fine quality products that have minimum impact on the world's environment. No chlorine is used in the making of Beyond Gourmet paper products, therefore no harmful by-products are released into the environment.

    Cheesecloth is a loose woven cotton cloth used in cheese making, such as to press cheese curds for poutine. Cheesecloth is also used in straining stocks and custards, bundling herbs, making tofu, and thickening yogurt. It can be used to strain liquid drugs to obtain higher purity, filtering out unwanted or possibly dangerous chemicals

    2 sq. yards.

    Suggested Uses:

    • Steaming
    • Straining
    • Spice Bags
    • Basting
    • Poaching
    • Canning
    • Lint Free Dusting
    • Cleaning Of Furniture, Windows, And Cars

    Suggested Use

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    Many Household Uses including: Steaming, Straining, Spice Bags, Basting, Poaching, Canning, Lint Free dusting and cleaning of furniture, windows and cars

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    Recommendation

    50%2 out of 4 reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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    By Wanda (Kutztown , PA )

    Cheese cloth. Nothing spectacular to report. It works.

    I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!
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    By gwen (Del Mar , CA )

    quality not as good as I expected.

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    By LISA (Pitt , PA )

    Works just like you want it to... with the added bonus of no bleaching compounds in the cheesecloth to get into your food.

    I RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT!
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    By LESLIE (Westminster , CO )

    Very lose weave - good for maybe wrapping a roast or dusting, but that's about it. You would have to triple it to strain tofu or dairy (for cheese making, cottage cheese, Greek yogurt...) and then it gets very difficult to work with. If looking for a cheesecloth for food straining I recommend an ultra fine weave such as Regency. If anyone knows of an organic cheesecloth please pass it on - have looked everywhere

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    Manufacturer Info

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    2001 West Main Street
    Stamford, CT,
    Phone: 2039692090 Fax: 2039692098 Visit website

    About Beyond Gourmet

    Our founder, Adolf Viktor Olsson was born on the family's farm outside of Lysekil in Bohuslän in Sweden of October, 1897. He was the youngest of 14 children, and the family was deeply involved with all aspects of the local food business; farming, fishing, packing, etc. Adolf Olsson immigrated to America in 1926 and settled in Brooklyn, New York with his wife, Ragnhild. He soon began importing Swedish foodstuffs from his brothers, and sold them door-to-door. A. V. Olsson trading Co. Is a family business owned and run by the Olsson family. Adolf's son, Lennart joined his father in the business in 1954, and then his son, Kenneth, joined his father and grandfather in 1979. In this regard, A. V. Olsson Trading Co. is not a Swedish business.


     

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