Pure Grade 50 100% Unbleached Cotton Cheesecloth Strain, 2 Yards (18 Sq Feet)
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- ✔ 100% UNBLEACHED COTTON - When using unbleached cheesecloth you don’t have to worry about the left over chlorine leaching out of the cheesecloth and into your food or skin. If you are using the cheesecloth to wrap a newborn, this is especially important. Unbleached cotton means that you are using a superior product that is made with only the best natural cotton fibers.
- ✔ HIGHEST QUALITY & LINT FREE - Only pure cotton is used with the in our Cheesecloth. That means you will never get recycled fibers or other impurities in the cloth. Virgin cotton is a grown right here in the states. American cotton is known to be the best in the world, it is well known for its strengths and durability. We don’t need to remind you of the original pair of jeans do we? Yep. Those were grown in america too!
- ✔ REUSABLE = LONG LIFESPAN - When we talk about our Grade 50 Cheesecloth, one of the things that stands out is the durability and lifespan of the cloth. Not only is the cheesecloth strong, it also is reusable many times over. When you want to clean it, just use a mild detergent and warm water. Scrub between your hand until the cheesecloth is clean. If the cheesecloth has picked up small particles, we recommend that you boil for up to 15 minutes or until it looks clean.
- ✔ MANY HOUSEHOLD USES - Our Cheesecloth is one of the most versatile tools in your home! It is ideal for straining stocks as well as canning. Use it for basting or stuffing poultry. Its also useful when making soft cheeses that need a mesh wrap. Keep chicken or fish intact when poaching. Wrap a turkey or chicken when roasting. Squeeze the juice out of a lemon without letting the seeds fall into the juice. Or you can use it to wrap spices.
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ALL CHEESECLOTH IS NOT CREATED EQUAL
THINGS TO LOOK FOR WHEN FINDING THE BEST CHEESECLOTH:
- Are you able to wash and reuse it?
- Is the weave tight?
- Is it made with pure cotton or is it a mix of synthetic material?
- Has it been bleached or dyed in a way that might cause contamination when used with foods?
THE MANY BENEFITS OF USING PURE ACRES FARM'S CHEESECLOTH:
Our cheesecloth is soft enough for basting but also strong enough to be used when roasting a chicken or turkey. The Grade 50 mesh (28x24 tpi) makes straining stocks and other food products possible without needing to fold the cheesecloth multiple times. The quality weave makes our cheesecloth last a long time. Just wash and the cheesecloth will be ready for reusing.
Straining stocks, canning, basting, stuffing poultry, cheese and wine making, keeping chicken or fish intact when poaching, roasting turkey or chicken, squeezing citrus without seeds, making spice bags.
WHY PURE ACRES FARM CHEESECLOTH IS DIFFERENT FROM OTHER BRANDS:
- A fine mesh weave that keeps the cheesecloth consistent and without holes or irregularities
- Pure Acres Farm stands behind our products 100%. We offer a no questions asked return policy
OUR NO-HASSLE GUARANTEE:
If for any reason you are not 100% satisfied with this product, please contact customer service and we will immediately refund your purchase price - no questions asked.
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Top customer reviews
I do have a few simple recommendations. First of all, be gentle with it, I think it would be easy to tear. Though it is re-usable, I suggest washing it by hand, again, gently. Upon first receiving the cloth, I suggest rinsing it in cold water and letting it soak in a pot of water with one drop of dish soap for 5-10 minutes. Then rinse it again and let it soak in 'soap-void' water and rinse it again. Let it soak again in new water and wring it out, but remember to wring it out gently. Hang it to dry overnight, and it will be perfectly ready for use, clean, crisp.
It is larger than a few other options for cheese cloths, yet comparable in price. I doubled it over when I used it for straining. It worked great that way and was much better for use than a metal strainer. You will enjoy this product and it will serve you well. Remember to use it properly and with care, as it may be fragile. As far as the shipping went, it came in promptly along with a nice note from the seller. Thank you to Pure Acres Farm ([...]) and Amazon.com for an awesome product - I hope many people enjoy it as I have, so far.
Thank you for reading - I always welcome questions and feedback. :)
I have been buying all my cheesecloth from local stores, but not anymore!!
The stuff Ive been using has been a sort of gauze type material that I usually fold over several times before using ( I use it for yogurt/cheese making and occasionally with kefir brewing). About half the time I end up only being able to use it once because the material just wouldn't stand up to the cleaning and sanitizing. But with this Pure Acres Farm cheesecloth the only time Ive needed to fold it over was with a soupy liquidy whey. And even then I only folded it once giving me two layers. And like I've already said, it washes up great. I'm very happy with my purchase.
Rev: I'm using bottled water, not tap water. Yes, the water does sit on top instead of pouring straight through EXCEPT if I leave an indent and wet the cloth (pour some on top) and then rub the center, the water goes through fine. I'm finding the advantages of this tighter weave are worth that little bit of extra step because this cloth doesn't shred and shrink up into a tube. It's that much easier to work with, and since upon draining, invariably seeds WILL stick to the cheesecloth, now I'm actually seeing the tighter weave as an advantage because it can handle being taken off, scraped, rinsed and put back on (gauze type wouldn't). I'm leaving the review as written so that other sprouters can see how a first impression changed. I have a feeling with tap water this wouldn't have been an issue in the first place. I sent some along with some seeds to my sis, and she loves this cloth. So I think I need to just stand corrected.
That said, here's what I originally wrote...
This seems like it would probably be a very nice cheesecloth for some purposes because it's far easier to handle than the gauze type cheesecloth as it's more like a muslin patterning fabric, which means far less fraying. However, for sprouting seeds in a mason jar, it doesn't work well at all because when I go to pour water through it, the water just sits on top of the fabric and spills off. I can beat that by creating an indent in the fabric upon screwing on the ring part of the lid (in effect, a fabric "cup") and then I can rub the concave center of the fabric which makes it more permeable once it's saturated, but I have to do that each time I water the seeds because the fabric has dried. Sad, because I really like this fabric in all other ways (fraying, handling, etc.), but I think it's just too tight of a weave for sprouting purposes. It does let water through a single layer if it's completely saturated, so if that's a good combination for your purposes, it's probably a real winner. Fast delivery, all else okay.