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Norpro 367 Natural Cheese Cloth

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List Price: $24.08
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2 square yards/16.7 square meters
  • Ideal for basting, straining, steaming, cleaning
  • 100% Cotton weave
  • 2 square yards each
  • Made in the USA
  • Washable and reusable
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Product Description

Size: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters

Excellent for basting, stuffing poultry, straining stocks or broth, canning, wrapping cheese and wine making. 100% cotton weave-high quality dense, weave, washable and reusable. 2 square yards each.

Product Details

Size: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters
  • Product Dimensions: 12.5 x 5.8 x 1 inches ; 2.7 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000VLVBQ
  • Item model number: 367
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (139 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,701 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Customer Reviews

Very clean, easy to use.
Martie Matthews
Much better quality than the stuff I have been able to get locally either in grocery stores or the fabric shops.
Mattie
It's such a nice tight weave that I only need one layer for most of my uses.
Onedaylily

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

190 of 191 people found the following review helpful By Judith K. Ohare on August 31, 2010
Size Name: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters Verified Purchase
I can't believe how much money I've wasted on the cheap (expensive!) crap at the grocery store. For making stock, those are way too "holey" and trying to wash them to reuse is ridiculously impossible. In any event, if you make stock and end up with that gritty brown stuff at the bottom of your pot, you'll know what I'm talking about. (even after you've strained two times with that cheap stuff at the grocery store and "specialty" kitchen stores!)

I only cut one piece of this cloth so far (maybe 1/3 of original size) and have made gallons of stock and it's still strong as ever. My stock now comes out completely pure and clear, no grit at the bottom of the pot.

I can't believe how well this thing works and to top it off, I think that one small piece I cut off the cloth is going to last forever. It's large enough to lay over my metal strainer and I cook 20 quarts of stock at a time. I now only have to strain once. Whoopee!!!

To the person who says it shrinks. Well, that could be but you must have eagle eyes to figure out how much. No I do not put it in the dryer. why would you do that? I wash it out in the sink, soak it in a small bath with 1 tbs of bleach, rinse, then hang off my cabinet door knob to dry. I admit I skipped the bleach soak the last time and none of us got sick.

I kept thinking there had to be something else better out there and I FINALLY found it.

Buy it, you won't regret it.

P.S. I still use the cheap expensive stuff from the grocery store but only for Bouquet garni. I don't mind throwing out a few inches of that stuff, but treat this purchase like gold.

UPDATE: 1/18/13

This is crazy! I've been using the exact same piece of cheese cloth all these years. At this rate, I'll never use the entire package. I guess I'll will it to my kids.
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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Devoted amazon customer on December 29, 2009
Size Name: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters Verified Purchase
I needed cheesecloth to strain homemade yogurt for making Greek-style yogurt. It seems like you should be able to find it in a grocery store and not pay for shipping, but I had no such luck. Happily, amazon to the rescue - this cheesecloth is perfect for the purpose, and can be washed in the washing machine and re-used repeatedly.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By S. Harris on October 26, 2011
Size Name: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters Verified Purchase
Don't pay attention to the negative reviews. This cheesecloth is of great quality, very sturdy, not too tightly woven (it is cheesecloth, not fabric!) stays together nicely after washing (by hand.......of course!) and 2 layers is just about perfect for straining anything. I use it to strain yogurt, kefer, and other food stuffs (mainly dairy though). I just love it and I'm glad that I made the small investment, this will last me for a long time.

One thing that may bother some....it does stain and I would not recommend bleaching (bleach eats away fabric fibers just a little and cheesecloth is already so loosely woven I'm afraid it would just fall apart). This does not bother me because I know it's clean, just a little stained. Another side note...it shrinks (as all cotton non pre-shrunk fabric does) so keep this in mind if you need a specific yardage.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Mo on February 25, 2011
Size Name: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters Verified Purchase
The cheesecloth looks to be of high quality, and there is certainly a lot of it (package says 2 square yards). That being said, it's not fine enough for straining yogurt. My attempt ended up with most of my yogurt in the drip bowl. It might work if you folded it over a few times, or if you start with the thicker Greek-style strained yogurt (for making labneh).
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Gail N. on March 7, 2013
Size Name: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters Verified Purchase
This product is far superior to the product sold in 3 yds as a "commercial grade" cheesecloth. I am using it to make marmalade. Although I used a double thickness, I think even a single thickness would work well for this application. 2 yds of the Norpro 367 weighs 60 grams while 3 yds of the Nouvelle Legende so-called "commercial grade" cloth only weighs 39 grams. That tells the whole story. Cheesecloth is specified by grades from from 10 to 90 with 10 being very coarsely woven fabric and 90 very finely woven. I estimate that this cheesecloth is about a 50 grade. Amazon should require vendors to provide this type of specification in the product description since customers are not able to actually see the product they are buying. There would be fewer returns and more happy customers if they required vendors to provide technical specs on all listings.
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46 of 60 people found the following review helpful By Kindle Customer on June 12, 2010
Size Name: 2 square yards/16.7 square meters Verified Purchase
EDITORIAL:

I seldom buy anything from amazon that isn't covered by the Amazon Prime shipping arrangement (which of course I've pre-paid for).

To get around people like me amazon.com has developed the trick of offering certain products from their multitudinous sub-vendors under the Amazona Prime umbrella (after increasing the price to cover shipping; shipping which, theoretically, I've paid for through the Amazon Prime fee. So much for that.)

ON TO THE PRODUCT REVIEW:

I purchased this product. It is cotton cheesecloth. Quite strong in that I have washed it; wrung it out; stretched it; pulled on it and all in all treated it quite like one would expect of a nice sturdy cheese cloth.

The only 'drawback' is that it shrinks which is not really a big surprise. Few manufacturers worry about pre-shrinking such products. It's a wonder Norpro didn't include instruction to wash the cheesecloth in cold water (I don't recommend that, by the way) as do manufacturers who sell 'large' dish towels.

Certainly amazon.com's trick has worked as I am ordering this product again.

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ADDITIONAL COMMENT AFTER ORDER PLACED:

The price for the product is '$3.71 + $3.99 shipping.' Even though combining two of these very light packets in a single box would never double the shipping cost the shipping charge is still $3.99 each. So I only purchased only one when I had planned to buy two.
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