San Jamar G-40-R Grade 40 Packaged Unbleached Cheesecloth 4 Square Yards / Pack
- Versatile in its uses
- Made of 100% high-quality cotton
- Biodegradable and incinerable
Versatile in its uses, this San Jamar cheesecloth is the perfect kitchen accessory to add to your collection! From preserving cheeses, straining sauces and wrapping meats and poultry to polishing stainless steel and seasoning bouquets, this cheesecloth will meet your needs. Made of 100% high-quality, lint-free cotton, this unbleached, silicone-free product ensures optimal performance. Plus, it’s biodegradable and incinerable, making this an environmentally-friendly choice for your vicinity! Sold 4 square yards per pack.
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Overall User Rating: San Jamar G-40-R Grade 40 Packaged Unbleached Cheesecloth 4 Square Yards / Pack ( 5.0 stars from 13 reviews )
Whether you are using these San Jamar cheesecloths for making ricotta, or straining bouquet garni, these are terrific. I've also used them for making little sweet-smelling achets as giveaway gfts!
Violet K. from Advanced Technology Mktg Inc Posted on 02/02/2014
You get a lot of cheesecloth for your money with this package. You can cut it to any size you need. A must have when straining stocks, broths or anything else that you need to get every little bit of particle out of your food.
Eric M. Posted on 12/02/2013
I wanted to try this for straining soups and sauces and the cheesecloth really handled the task well. I only tried a sample pack, considering ordering more of this brand, but would actually prefer a box dispenser, a larger size. I would recommend this for domestic use.
Marilyn C. from Le Cordon Bleu Minneapolis/St Paul MN Posted on 11/30/2013
There's not really much to say other than that it's cheesecloth, it's good, and it does what it's supposed to. Really decent amount for the price too.
Logan D. Posted on 10/23/2013
I am so glad webstraunt has cheese cloth. You can't find it in any of the local stores. We use cheese cloth for straining all of our jellies and jams. it works great.
John H. from Harrison enterprizes Posted on 10/08/2013
I ordered this package of cheesecloth to use at home. It is hard to find in our retail stores and I like to use it for straining
Pat L. from Legends Salon Posted on 09/11/2013
I bought these for a different reason then most. I wanted something to hold baking soda in small pouches. This way I could put them into my plastic containers that hold my baked goods to keep them fresh. I double the cheesecloth to ensure the baking soda will stay in them and tie the top with string. This made a great difference in the freshness of my cookies and cakes.
Maureen C. from Anna Mea's Bakery Posted on 06/28/2013
Works exactly as expected. My wife used this to squeeze excess juice from carrots before making carrot cake. Strong enough to be washable for resuse; will be using this cloth to squeeze excess moisture from canned tuna to make salads. Also great, when folded, for making greek-style yogurt!
Tim T. Posted on 05/24/2013
This cheese cloth is amazing. I use it everyday to strain pastry cream and lemon pie filling. It makes the product very smooth. It's inexpensive and I cut the sheet up to what I need. I recommend it.
Laura B. Posted on 01/31/2013
Cheesecloth is a great tool for cooking, but it's gotten kind of hard to find these days. Fortunately, Webstaurant Store has it, and at a great price, too. I always use it when making cocktail syrups.
David M. from Professor Cocktail Posted on 12/02/2012
these cheese cloth comes in 4 square yards and for the price, it's worth it to get. The quality is great as i use them not only for separating cheese but to put my herbs in when i need to improvise
Roelh L. Posted on 11/20/2012
If you think Cheese cloth is only for straining liquid from cheese, oh no no, it can do so much more. Sometimes i make my own soy milk and this is what i use. it's cheap and useful
Wendy Z. Posted on 07/08/2012
This cheesecloth is great for straining sauces or even for cooking! Perfect for making foie gras torchon! Good for poaching fragile items! Nice for degreasing too!!!
Eric K. Posted on 07/21/2011
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