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CIA Masters Collection 6-3/4-Inch Very Fine Mesh Strainer
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- 18/10 stainless steel double mesh construction
- Long curved handle with a channel for added comfort
- Support handle on opposite side for stable positioning
- Lifetime warranty
- Dishwasher safe
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|Sold By||MMP Living||Amazon.com||Chef's Arsenal/Market Warehouse||Amazon.com|
|Color||Silver||Stainless Steel||Silver||Stainless Steel, Tan|
|Dimensions||7.5 inches x 15.75 inches x 3.25 inches||8 inches x 15.25 inches x 5.13 inches||3.5 inches x 7.5 inches x 1.5 inches||3.13 inches x 14 inches x 7.63 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.6 pounds||0.75 pounds||0.05 pounds||0.02 pounds|
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After being introduced to Quinoa the other day, I found it necessary to learn about its rinsing, saponins, and about the inadequacy of normal strainers. Then came news - - thanks Jeannie - - that there are very-fine-mesh strainers available for rinsing Quinoa. For this old dog the Quinoa saga was like following a trail of enticing doggy treats.
Checking with amazon.com there was only one adequate-sized very-fine-mesh stainless-steel strainer. For rinsing Quinoa it got rave reviews. The only negatives were from buyers who believed it overpriced at $26.94
The overpriced criticism motivated me to check online. It would seem that researching fine-mesh strainers available for purchase would be relatively straightforward. Wrong!
The companies that make strainers are mostly mainland Chinese. Often their product descriptions do not include the type of metal. For fine-mesh strainers, chinois, and china caps descriptions, in which the type of metal is indicated, the metal is most often tin plated.
But wait a minute! I Googled fine-mesh strainers. What the hell are chinois and china caps? Well, it turns out that chinois and china caps, sometimes referred to as china cups, are all the same thing: cone-shaped fine-mesh screens for filtering bouillon. Chinois come in all sizes from a one-cup size to commercial sizes.
After an hour of online agitation, the best comparative price for a fine-mesh stainless steel strainer seemed to be $10 more than the Amazon price. I ended up purchasing: CIA Masters Collection 6-3/4-Inch Very Fine Mesh Strainer
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This strainer is well built. it has a nice size handle with a helper handle at the other end. this lets me lay it on the edges of the sink so it hangs above the sink and you don't... Read morePublished 2 days ago by rebelrick
I have used it several times and it works very well. It strained out all the seeds and pith for my strawbwrry mousse. Seems quite sturdy.Published 15 days ago by Amazon Customer
This was rated "highly recommended" from America's Test Kitchen and now I know why. I love products I can use all the time and this one filters sugar, flour, whatever... Read morePublished 1 month ago by FairCritic
Love this strainer. Very fine mesh that held up beautifully in the dishwasher. The important thing is the rim attachment which is very tight so goop doesn't get caught in it.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Good fine mesh and sits steady on bowl. That's all I ask expect except not rusting which we will see with use.Published 3 months ago by Barbara G. Anderson
Just as worthwhile as America's Test Kitchen says it is. I used it to make Lobster Bisque over the weekend and it was invaluable. Very well made.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer