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Trudeau 0991105 Gravy/Fat Separator

by Trudeau
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  • Gravy separator; create smooth, reduced-fat gravy
  • Strainer fits into gravy separator pitcher; filters fat and debris as gravy moves from pan to separator
  • Pitcher resists heats up to 400 degrees F and is microwave- safe
  • Separator is dishwasher-safe; a 5-year warranty covers this product
  • Separator measures 10-1/4 by 5-3/8 inches; stands 5 inches high; weighs 1 pound upon shipping
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  • Product Dimensions: 9.8 x 5.5 x 5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0002EVPDA
  • Item model number: 0991105
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (143 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,424 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Create rich and flavorful gravy without excessive fat or gristle, with this simple gravy separator from Trudeau. It holds up to 4 cups of liquid. To use, simply pour gravy direct from the frying pan into the separator through a fitted strainer. Undesired fat, gristle, and debris are filtered out for disposal, leaving smooth, delicious gravy in the pitcher for topping roasts and mashed potatoes.

The pitcher has a wide mouth and pouring spout for instant serving, and a roomy handle for easy maneuvering. Its sturdy construction resists heat up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit. In addition, the pitcher is microwave- safe and can be placed in the dishwasher along with the strainer. The complete gravy separator is covered by a five-year warranty. It measures 10-1/4 by 5-3/8 inches, stands 5 inches high, and weighs 1 pound upon shipping. --Jessica Reuling

Product Description

Trudeau 0991105 Gravy/Fat Separator


  • Gravy separator; create smooth, reduced-fat gravy
  • Strainer fits into gravy separator pitcher; filters fat and debris as gravy moves from pan to separator
  • Pitcher resists heats up to 400 degrees F and is microwave- safe
  • Separator is dishwasher-safe; a 5-year warranty covers this product
  • Separator measures 10-1/4 by 5-3/8 inches; stands 5 inches high; weighs 1 pound upon shipping

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It works and is easy to use and clean.
John V McAdams
Wide top makes it easier to pour in without spilling.
J. Tone
I love the Trudeau Gravy/Fat Separator.
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94 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Tracy A. Meyers on November 4, 2006
Hey, its a Gravy/Fat separator how good does it get? Well suprisingly its great. It is shaped so that the mouth fits the shape of the pan eliminating spills, it has its own strainer and it holds alot. Cooks Illustrated also recommended it, but was not crazy about the larger holes in the strainer, I disagree. I think smaller holes would clog it. If you want to strain it more, which I have not needed to, just put it through a finer strainer. Its as good as it gets.
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80 of 84 people found the following review helpful By John Urquhart on November 26, 2005
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The Trudeau fat separator is vastly superior to the common cup shaped versions. It has a large capacity, an excellent strainer and because of its shape is very stable--important when pouring hot gravy from a roasting pan. Unlike cup shaped separators the fat rises to the top immediately and fat-free juices can be poured off without waiting. Useful for gravy, soups, pot roast juices and anything that needs the fat removed.
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110 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca Huston on June 27, 2007
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There is a point of culinary bliss when you can combine the drippings of a roast, whether chicken or beef, and that most blessed of vegetables, the spud. I'm talking of course, about gravy -- a simple concotion of pan drippings, a roux and maybe a bit of butter along with a dash of seasonings.

But all too often, what's left is a greasy, lumpy mess that doesn't taste right, and leaves you wishing that your mum was there to wave her hands over the pot and create magic. I kept trying and trying, and finally gave up to the inevitable -- the mysteries of gravy were going to remain beyond my reach.

Then I found out about this nifty little product after some intense research and a grim determination that I was going to learn how to make gravy, come hell or high water. And I wasn't going to settle for the bottled or canned messes available at the megamarts, oh no. I endured looks of angst from my SO, and could clearly hear his thoughts of oh no, not again! Much to my amazement, this product actually worked, relying on some very simple ideas.

The Fat Separator comes in two parts: the bottom portion is a large, rather teardrop shaped pitcher, with an oddly shaped lip to the upper portion and the spout coming up the side and starting from the very bottom of the pitcher. The pitcher can hold up to four cups or 1000 ml of liquid, and is calibrated as well. The lid portion fits tightly to the pitcher, and is perforated with small holes -- enough to let herbs, but not larger, portions through.

How to use this product: It's pretty easy, remove your roast from the pan, and pour the contents into the pitcher, using the lid to capture any large bits and pieces without them falling into the pitcher portion.
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209 of 235 people found the following review helpful By Mona Lisa VINE VOICE on February 4, 2009
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I know some people love this contraption but for me it lets too much of the fat through, especially if you only have small quantities of liquid to de-fat. I have been using a gallon freezer bag method for years, and even though it's more cumbersome, the bag method gets more fat off. This is how it works:
It's wise to let the liquid cool off a bit first. I do all this inside the sink so it doesn't make a mess:
I set an empty bag into a container or bowl (the bowl holds the bag steady) and then I pour the liquid to be defatted into the bag. I close the (ziplock freezer) bag and bounce the bag a little to get the fat to rise to the top. Let it rest there a couple of minutes the fat will all rise to the top.
Then I lift the bag out of the bowl, leaving the bowl in the sink. I hold my bag (with the liquid) in one hand with one corner pointing down towards the sink away from the bowl, and then I cut the small tip of the corner of the bag. (SMALL- don't cut too much off) IMMEDIATELY, after the plastic tip falls in the sink, reposition the bag over the bowl so that all the good stuff goes into the bowl. As soon as I can see the top layer of fat about to come through, I move the bag so that the fat goes into the sink.
This method removes just about every bit of the fat. Works like a charm.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By D. J Kuch on January 15, 2007
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America's Test Kitchen gave this a high rating and I bought one for this past T-giving. It worked well as I was able to eliminate about 90-95% of the fat from the gravy. It has a large capacity and a built-in strainer which is nice. Is low and doesn't take up too much storage room. Recommend.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Zen Brian on January 17, 2006
I was tired of trying to manually spoon off the fat from roasts to make sauces or gravies. I did a little research on a separator and found this one. I really like this separator. It has a great 4 cup capacity with markings on the side that measure cups or liters (for our European friends).

If you are making a home made stock or gravy with some meat or bones or maybe a veggie mirepoix for flavor, the drop in filter that fits on the top is great for straining your stock. Just pour it through the filter and it strains out all but the smallest bits of solids in your stock. The filter easily lifts out with the solids to be saved or disposed of. Then let the fat rise to the top for a minute or so, and start pouring out the good juices from the bottom of the separator.

The separator has a large footprint which makes it nice and stable when pouring your stock in. The unit is temp rated to 400 degrees and dishwasher safe. All for a reasonable price.

This separator is a home run for me. Did someone say homemade gravy from scratch....yum.
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