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Fox Run 4638 Flour Sifter, Stainless Steel, 3-Cup
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- 5.5 x 5.5 x 5 inch
- Made of durable stainless steel with a fine mesh screen
- Easy to use hand crack, allows for one-hand action
- 3 cup capacity, simply squeeze handle to deploy the sifter inside
- Breaks up any lumps in flour and aerates at the same time to give you lighter, more consistent, clump-free results
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Make mixing flour into other ingredients easier by sifting with this 3-Cup Flour Sifter! This classically styled, crank-handled sifter has been a favorite of bakers for decades. It quickly breaks up any lumps in the flour and aerates it at the same time to give you lighter, more consistent, clump-free results. Made of durable stainless steel, the sifter features a fine mesh screen. Easy to use: simply turn the crank handle to deploy the sifter inside. A must-have for making genoise, angel food cake, or sponge!
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This was purchased after reading experiences from Arlo, Socman, and others on Sweet Maria's Forums.
It is used in conjunction with an aluminum 4 to 3 inch reducer.
It allows me to double my roast size to 1 cup of beans.
It is easier to dump the beans from the sifter to a cooling bowl that it was from the popcorn popper.
Can control heat of beans by lifting higher off the popper.
Price is great.
The quality is better than the squeeze sifter's at local big box stores.
Handle comes off and slips while spinning. I fixed it coming off with loctite.
Wires catch beans while turning, but that's really because it's designed for flower.
I think, for the price, it's a nice little roasting sifter. I may adjust the length of the sifting wires to help it spin with less friction on the wire mesh at the bottom.
The sifter has double wire hoops attached to a shaft/crank handle (with a nice turned wooden knob). This shaft is about 5/32" thick, the hoop wires are right under 1/8" thick; all four hoop wire edges make contact with the fine mesh sifter screen. These double hoops are also centered on the shaft inside the sifter. This sifter makes fast work of sifting flour. You have to tap it a little when the sifter is almost empty, to get the last bit sifted, but that is the same as any sifter I've used.
I haven't had this Fox Run long enough to know how well the stainless steel will hold up against rusting, but it seems like a nice quality. I am very happy with this purchase.
When you rotate the reel, the flour in the middle of the sifter falls through, but flour remains stacked around the sides of the screen. To make the flour fall through you need to strike the sifter against the heel of your hand to dislodge the flour, and then operate the crank again. Flour is still stuck to the side of the screen and the ridge, so you again hit the sifter against your hand, and repeat the above operation until all the flour has been discharged. So two stars for poorly executed design.
Sifters with flat screens and flat agitators don't have this problem to the same extent.
First, at 4 cups, it's just about the right size for any baking or cooking.
Second, the bottom of the sifter is slightly funneled so that you have a good chance of getting the sifted material into a one cup (or larger) measuring cup. (I think this is great since the secret to most recipes is to sift the material many times - this is especially true for soufflets and cakes).
Third, the stainless steel makes this a snap to clean, and keep clean. It also doesn't allow flour or powdered sugar to stick to it so much that you can't shake it or knock it off with a few raps of your hand). The stainless steel is heavy compared to the ones I looked at in the supermarket.
I'd give this five stars except for the chintzy revolving shifter mechanism, the chintzy crank handle and the wooden knob. I actually really like the wooden knob, but, it won't stand up to the dishwasher.
In all, I'm pleased with it.
This seems to be very well constructed. It cleaned up with ease and is reasonably priced. It is a good prouduct in itself. I would only reccomend it if you sift small amounts regularly. I will probably be splurging for a larger sifter in the near future.