San Jamar G-40-R Grade 40 Packaged Cheesecloth 151" x 34"

Item #: 167G40R

Versatile in its uses, this San Jamar G-40-R Grade 40 cheesecloth is the perfect kitchen accessory to add to your collection! This useful cheesecloth is the perfect solution for many of your kitchen needs - from preserving cheeses and straining sauces, to wrapping meat and poultry. Beyond food preparation, this cheesecloth is also ideal for polishing stainless steel and keeping your kitchen looking sparkly and clean.

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San Jamar G-40-R Grade 40 Packaged Cheesecloth 151" x 34"

4.8 stars from 59 reviews


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    1 out of 1 found this review helpful

    This is a good quality cheesecloth and is certainly priced better than you find in local stores. This works very well for preparing clarified butter or fine straining for sauces.

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    We enjoyed working with this cloth. Our staff makes clarified butter/ghee and believe me, all cheesecloth is not equal. It holds the milk solids better and we only have to filter twice instead of four times.

    from SOD Posted on

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    I use cheesecloth for so many uses in the kitchen. The price offered here gives you almost double the cloth compared to what you can find in the grocery store.

    from CMV Posted on

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    What a great big package of cheese cloth for such a small price! I love shopping at this store, because their prices are great and the quality is outstanding.

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    l love that webrestaurant carries this hard-to-find authentic cheesecloth. I now will have this on hand whenever I need to strain stock, baste a turkey or dust sugar on cookies.

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    This cheesecloth works as advertised. Great for clarified butter and anything else. The price is right considering some stores charge a lot more. Whenever I need more cheesecloth I will definitely buy this here.

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    I was expected to receive more in the package, its good enough but i think could be more, anyway its great in many uses in the kitchen.

    from Bocados SP Posted on


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    This cheese cloth did exactly what it was supposed to, I do not really have any other to compare to since it was my first purchase but I will continue using it.

    from Tripps Primal Farm and Kafé Posted on

    Excellent food grade cheese cloth. Perfect size for straining pre packaged frozen 2 lb spinach or other fine items. Good value for its size. I highly recommend.

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    Simple cheesecloth. works as you would expect it to. It is not designed for multiple uses, but I don't think cheesecloth is ever designed for that.

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    These cheese cloths are an excellent way to separate cheese in the cheesemaking process. They also work great as covers for things like kombucha at home!

    from Saxon Posted on

    Got this to strain out butter and stocks I make. It works perfectly for the job; gets all the small bits out without straining out the good stuff. It's a bit thin but if you fold it a couple times it does its job well.

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    A great and large amount of cheese cloth! This stuff will last you a good while. I have been keeping my cheeses in plastic bags too long, this really adds freshness and helps maintain the cheese.

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    Purchased for home use to make sachets of spices to use while cooking. This product comes with a good amount of square footage for the price.

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    this is a big piece of cheese cloth which is great so you can fold it any number of times to get a denser strainer for whatever you need

    from Sweet Pea's Cupcakery Cafe Posted on

    I use these to render my own lard. I gave it only 3 stars because it's not as fine as needed. But layering it a few times. I'm able to render my lard with ease.

    from Antoinette Bakery Posted on

    Just what you would expect from a cheese cloth. Great Price. very durable and easy to work with. We use it for mulling at our shop

    from Luke's Lobster Posted on

    This cheescloth was just what I needed. I use it when making stock for my herbs and also when I make loose tea, it catches all the small pieces. It is a must have in any kitchen plus you cannot beat the price.

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    Standard cheesecloth for whatever you need cheesecloth for. Though I wish it was a bit wider so when folded it could span the width of a hotel pan without falling in on the sides

    from HomeGrown Eats Posted on

    I use cheesecloth in so many ways, with the rings on mason jars, when I'm doing my fermenting. The food must be covered but it's gotta still be able to breath. I'm happy with the content of the cheese cloth that comes in contact with food.the price is much better than my local grocery store.

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    This was a great deal - twice the amount of cheesecloth for slightly more than the supermarket. A triple layer placed over a mesh strainer left completely sediment-free chicken stock. It cuts easily and doesn't fray. I'll get 5 batches of stock from just one package - a winters worth!

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    Cheesecloth is cheesecloth, but as far as cheesecloth goes, this is some nice cheesecloth. It does not seem to shed as much as some other brands, and it is nice to be able to buy a smaller amount at one time.

    from Mustang Alley's Posted on

    This cheese cloth works well for our needs. We use it to strain ricotta for cannoli. It is strong enough to hold up over the couple of days we use it.

    from Treva's Pastries and Fine Foods Posted on

    Standard cheese cloth, doesn't have a poor quality or anything. For the price you pay to order, you get way more in comparison to most supermarkets.

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    Great quality cheese cloths. We use these for brewing our cold brew the traditional way of steeping overnight. We are able to get a few uses out of each sheet.

    from Kape Republik Posted on

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    This material was much lighter than I thought it would be. When I washed and dried it, it disintegrated into nothing. I won't recommend this product.

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    Love this stuff! It's great to always have around. It's durable and does what it needs to do. It's a great price and I highly recommend it to anyone!

    from Small and Simple confections Posted on

    Great product. This cheesecloth is everything I need it to be. It's the perfect strength. I like how it is folded so I can unfurl it if I need a bigger piece, but it is still easy to store.

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    Our chef likes to use this product to strain his thicker sauces. Helps keep the sauces smooth and consistent; free from lumps left with roux

    from Inne of the Abingtons Posted on

    I used this cheesecloth for making greek yogurt. WAY more in the package than I anticipated-- I feel like I received an exceptional value. Recommended for all your cheese and yogurt-making needs.

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    I don't think cheesecloth has changed much over the years and that's a good thing; this was just as I remembered it from watching my grandfather make ricotta and it worked just as well as the old-school stuff I remember. Sturdy, clean, did the job perfectly.

    from October Catering Posted on

    Happy to be able to buy this in a small quantity . We don't go through much and everyone eels wanted to sell us a whole case

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    The best price around for cheesecloth. I used this to make fresh ricotta (Martha Stewart's recipe) and it was delicious and easy! Thanks a lot Webstaurant!

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    We bought the cheesecloth to hold the spices for cooking beans and chickpeas. The cheesecloth served the purpose very well. We have bought several times.

    from nirvana kitchen Posted on

    I use this product frequently to strain anything that has fine particles. I personally like to double the cloth. Great product to have on hand to ensure smooth sauces/soups. Great for occasional use.

    from Mike's Mindful Plate Posted on

    Good cheesecloth, I'm really glad this website carries this item because now a days it is getting difficult to actually find cheesecloth is regular supermarkets. In fact this particular cheesecloth is much better and way better priced then something that you would purchase from a regular supermarket.

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    This cheesecloth has been great for our purposes, which has been to strain our coffee infused milk. Doubled with a chinois, we were able to strain our milk without any actual grinds in it.

    from Honeybee Patisserie Posted on

    I really like this cheese cloth rather than the ones in a box. These have a seam so one side Is covered. Great quality and very good price.

    from Epicurean Element, LLC Posted on

    For someone like me that doesn't use cheesecloth all that often, this product is a great choice because it's a reasonable amount. The product performs well and I plan on ordering it again.

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    Great product. I bought this cheesecloth to use in making homemade bitters for cocktails and it worked great. the price is perfect so that I do not feel bad if i wasted some in the process.

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    I am very pleased with this cheesecloth. i was expecing something more flimsy that what my grandmother used to use but this is just as strong. i am impressed

    from Home Posted on

    Supermarket cheesecloths are generally too flimsy to use without folding 2 or 3 times. I use this for many things like home-brewed cold coffee, spice bags, straining yogurt, etc. When I'm done, I wash and reuse for cleaning. No waste!

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    This cheesecloth is better than expected. The quality is better than that purchased for more money elsewhere. I will probably buy more from this store.

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    Good cheesecloth, does it's job. Nice being able to bag up spices and bay leave and not having to pick out each leaf as you find them.

    from Genesee River Restaurant Posted on

    This San Jamar Grade packaged chessecloth is truly the best in quality and price. It does well getting all the lumps and small pieces so you can have a nice smooth and cream soup. I also use it to drain my clarify butter. I will buy again.

    from T & C Catering Services Posted on

    We use fine mesh strainers for most of our food, but there are a couple items where cheese cloths wins out. When making almond milk, for example, it's a must to use cheese cloth. And for us, we use anything unbleached that we can, and this serves us very well. Perfect product for our cafe and what we stand for.

    from A Tasty Affair Posted on

    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!

    from Advanced Technology Mktg Inc Posted on

    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.

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    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.

    from Le Cordon Bleu Minneapolis/St Paul MN Posted on

    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.

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    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.

    from Harrison enterprizes Posted on

    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

    from Legends Salon Posted on

    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.

    from Anna Mea's Bakery Posted on

    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!

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    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.

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    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.

    from Professor Cocktail Posted on

    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

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    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

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    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!!!

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