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Nouvelle Legende® Cheesecloth Ultra Fine Cotton Commercial Grade 27 SqFt

4.5 out of 5 stars 201 customer reviews
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  • For culinary and household use
  • 100% unbleached cotton - Lint-Free
  • 27 SqFt per cheesecloth
  • Ideal for basting, waxing, wipping
  • Perfect for straining, steaming, poaching, cleaning, polishing

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Product Description

A very versatile cloth for numerous applications in the kitchen and all around the house. You will without a doubt find numerous uses for this cloth you did not expect. It is perfect for straining, baking, basting, etc. While the most obvious uses are in the kitchen, you may also use this cheese cloth to polish in the bathroom or to clean grout haze following tile installation. This is a pack of one cheese cloth. Don't get caught without it.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 8 x 6 x 1 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Manufacturer Eurow & O'Reilly Corp.
ASIN B005SW94B6
Item model number NA
Customer Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars 201 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #4,036 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#6 in Kitchen & Dining > Kitchen Utensils & Gadgets > Cheese Tools > Cheese Makers
Date first available at Amazon.com October 5, 2011

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This is cheese cloth and fine cheese cloth at that. I use it to strain herbs out of tinctures and such and it works great, I do double over the section I cut off as to catch more material but I think that's the case with all cheese cloths. Not to expensive, comes quick, 27 sq ft!!!, and does the job. What more can you ask for?

Update: I still like this product and it has been working great but wanted to let everyone know something about the size of this cloth. The width of this cloth is probably only about 7 inches I would say but it is pretty long so sometimes can be hard to keep all of your material you are straining inside the cloth. So as I said before I double it over and sometimes fold it into a v shape increase the width. Also I have used one 3 foot section on 4 separate occasions and simply washed it well and left to dry and it is still holding up. It's so cheap you don't have to but I am a thrifty person like that haha
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Is it a cheesecloth? Yes. Is it 27SqFt? Yes.
What made the cloth frustrating to me was the cloth not being square. 1ft*27ft made it all but useless. From two attempted uses to the trash can in minutes. If you need a big cheesecloth, look elsewhere. If long does the trick, this cloth will likely do the job just fine.
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By Lisa on February 20, 2012
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I bought this cheesecloth to strain cold brew coffee and it works great for that purpose. It comes in one large piece. I cut it up with scissors for the size I needed. It is good quality cloth I washed a piece of it to see if it would hold up and it did fine through a hand washing.
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I purchased 3 different types of cheesecloth to compare and see which one I would purchase from now on. This one was terrible, long and narrow and very large weave. To even use it at all, you have to have it folded over twice until it is 4 layers thick. It is really useless and a waste of money.

The other two that I purchased on Amazon were very similar to one another and both very nice. We primarily use these to filter raw milk twice daily and to make soft goat milk cheeses.

The two that I recommend are:

Norpro 367 Natural Cheese Cloth - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000VLVBQ/ref=wms_ohs_product?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Regency Natural Ultra Fine 100% Cotton Cheesecloth 9sq.ft - http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B001B14ODG/ref=wms_ohs_product?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Both are very inexpensive as Prime Add-ons. They are almost the same material, so you could go with either one. The Regency is just one sq yd but if you want more, go with the Norpro for 2 sq yds. It is only about $1.50 more and you get twice the amount of material.

I was able to cut these two up into some little pieces for milk filters and some larger pieces for cheese making with no problem and have plenty to always have some available. They are not overly narrow like the product on this page.
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By George P. on January 23, 2012
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i use it to strain yogurt. works like a charm. did not have to double fold it, which is nice. would buy it again.
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I purchased this item to use in making marmalade. The recipe requires you to put the seeds and pith of the citrus fruit being used in a cheesecloth pouch while cooking the fruit and zest. The seeds and pith contain a lot of pectin which helps the marmalade to set and it is necessary to have a good quality cheesecloth for this purpose. However, this is not even as good as the cheesecloth I purchased at the local supermarket. I also purchased a package of the Norpro 367 cheesecloth. The 3 yds in the package of this so-called "commercial" product weighs 30 grams while 2 yds of the Norpro weighs 60 grams. What accounts for the difference in weight is the fact that this product is mostly air and very little fabric. I am returning it. A complete waste of time. Fortunately, Amazon stands behind its products so I will not be out of pocket on this item. If you need a reasonably good quality cheesecloth, opt for the Norpro 367.
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It does the job for now, but I'm not sure how long it's going to last.
It gets deformed after washing (even just rinsing by hand) and the holes between the threads are pretty large, so you have to fold it into several layers.

After I got this cheesecloth, I saw one at Whole Foods for about the same price that looked much, much better. Wish I had gotten that one instead.
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I bought this item for making soy milk and tofu. It had some good reviews about durability and quality. However, I'm not sure what item other folks were reviewing because this cloth is not finely woven at all. I used four layers at a time to get the job done. Yeah - it's cheaply priced, but the product is cheaply made too. (think standard supermarket cheesecloth). The "holes" in the weave average about 1mm x 2mm and it easily stretches if you are not super careful with it. It would probably work well for something that does not require a fine weave, but was not what I was looking for.
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