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Looking for Super Sturdy Stainless Steel Strainers?

Look no further! This is an essential tool for any kitchen. This strainer has a fine-grid mesh for draining the excess liquid from just about any food, including fruits, vegetables, grains, flour, pasta, lumpy sauce and more. By sifting your ingredients, you remove all matter of impurity and undesirable bits from your preparation in addition to adding air for a fluffy, most delicious result. The wide stainless- steel brim and loop make it easy for the strainer to rest on almost any bowl or pot, and the double-rod construction makes it extra sturdy. The concave net catches food items securely while releasing water, oil and other residue. And it comes with a hanging loop for convenient storage.

Dimensions:
This large mesh strainers set includes 3 different size strainers.

Small size: 9" x 1.25" x 4" inch - Ideal size to sift small amounts of dried ingredients, spices or sugar. Big enough to drain a single boiled egg, separate the pulp while collecting orange or lemon juice in a flash. It's perfect to infuse tea leaves or dried herbs. "br""br" Middle size: 11.5" x 2" x 5.5" inch - Ideal size strainer to sift thick, clumpy dry ingredients such as baby cereals, ground oatmeal, salt, spices and more. Perfect skimmer for fermented food or cheese. "br""br" Large size: 15.25" x 2.5" x 7.75" inch - works great for sifting of any quantity of dry ingredients whether coarse or fine as sugar, confectioner's icing, cocoa powder, ground coffee beans and more, the 8" sieve will break compacted food into airy, uniform ingredient.

These versatile workhorses belong in your kitchen for sifting and straining wet or dry ingredients.

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