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    Butter Muslin for use with soft cheese.

    CONTAINS:100% cotton, 90 thread per inch, reusable Butter Muslin

    SIZES: 1yd (NEW!) or 2yd package, or 60yd bolt

    USAGE: Is used for the draining of soft cheeses. Before first use machine wash with an unscented detergent.

    TO CLEAN: Rinse first in cold water after use to remove all cheese particles then machine wash with an unscented detergent, may be boiled to sterilize.

    DISCOUNTS: Purchase 12 or more 2yd. packages and receive our price break of $4.00/2yd package.

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    New England Cheese Company has made my "experiments" with cheese making so enjoyable that, as I succeed in creating the final product, I am encouraged to undertake more challenging recipes. The ingredients and supplies I purchase are always delivered as expected and in perfect condition at a high quality. Thank you for launching me successfully in unknown territory!!


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    From: Cashton, WI

    This is the real stuff - don't try cheap store cheese cloth

    The weave on this cloth is just right for so many things - butter, yogurt, raspberry jelly (but now that piece is permanently stained). We keep an extra package on hand so that when we show friends how fun and easy it is to make butter they have some to take home with them.

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    Nice, fine muslin.

    Worked just fine for the chevre using C20G culture and pasteurized, store-bought goat milk. I wash it in the laundry and then give it a quick dip in boiling water, to sanitize it before use.

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    From: Boxborough, MA

    Works great and is reusable

    Works great for making goat cheese (chevre).

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    From: Central Valley, CA

    Versatile!

    I've bought muslim from many places as a comparison. This brand stands up to sterilizing afterwards and have re-used it several times. We now use it with our olive oil pressing to wrap each cake just before we press. It can handle even that.

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    From: Alexandria

    A must have

    Great product. I just wish it is less expensive.

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    • Cleans easily
    • Small weave
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    From: Seattle, WA

    Great quality

    Great quality. I won't purchase anywhere else! Captures all the curd and cleans beautifully and is ready to use again.

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    Great Product

    Generous amount and much better than other, coarser, cheese cloth I have used.

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    Excellent product with many uses

    To describe this product as useful only for the manufacture of cheese is to do it a disservice. It is certainly necessary for cheese, but is also perfect for many other kitchen uses. I have used for things as diverse as making jelly to charcuterie. Great stuff!

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    More than cheese!

    I needed good muslin that I could sanitize to culture koji for miso and saké. Washable, wring-able, and I can boil it. Soft and absorbent makes the perfect culture cloth in my koji murro. (a cooler and heating pad) Size perfectly so you can unwrap and and mix your rice without contamination or loosing any of it.

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    From: VA

    Good product

    I've been using this for years. Good old standby can be used over and over again and boiled for sanitation. Only small complaint is sometimes it can want to stick to some cheeses even when prewetted with whey. For those cheeses, I use disposable cheesecloths because they seem to stick less.

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    This is very different from cheese cloth and an absolute necessity for making cheese. I can't find it anywhere but here.

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    From: Lawrence, Kansas

    Required

    Good muslin and cheesecloth is hard to find. We can't have enough of this! The cloth on this site is perfect for cheesemaking.

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    Great, quality product

    It can be difficult to find good butter muslin, but this stuff does the trick! Great product for a great price. Ships quickly.

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    essential item!

    This stuff works great and really holds up well. My first piece I have used/washed at least 20 times and still is in good shape.

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    From: Woodstock, IL

    Large Piece

    This was a nice large piece of very fine weave cheese cloth.

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    Consistent quality at a great price!

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    • reusable
    • inexpensive
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    Great quality for straining

    I've been using this butter muslin for the past couple of years - for making goat cheese, paneer, colby and....butter. It's a good sturdy fabric that can be cut to fit to the particular mold you use or used in a large sheet to drain curds. After using it, I rinse the curds off, and either hand wash it or throw it in the washing machine. Sturdy enough to be used over and over again. Highly recommended!

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    From: WA

    Great for making greek yogurt

    I recommend this cheesecloth to all my cheesemaking students. It's great for draining yogurt to make greek yogurt!

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    From: Maple City Michigan

    best ever

    This is a wonderful, quality cloth that I use over and over again for draining curds. After months and months of use which includes sanitizing and hanging on a clothesline I semi-retire these clothes for use in the kitchen. After six years of using this same product, I would never buy anything else.

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    From: Longmont, Colorado

    Best Butter Muslin out there!

    I run a cheesemaking school in Longmont, Colorado and have tried numerous brands of butter muslin. This is by far the nicest quality and holds up the best over time. And when you buy it in bulk (12 packages at a time) it is really economical as well!

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    From: St. Peters

    Butter muslin

    Great for draining and wrapping your curd. Very fast shipping.

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    From: N.C.

    Best Cheesecloth

    <p>By far the best cheesecloth on the market. I've purchased cheesecloth from several other companies. None of them come close to this product. The fine weave keeps bugs out of my sauerkraut crock. I vent my dryer hose into the laundry room in the winter. Used an old piece of this to cover the end of the hose. It traps all the lint! It's wonderful to bandage wrap cheddar.</p>

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    like the texture and the ability to clean and reuse over and over

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    butter cheese cloth

    I was thrilled to get this 'proper' cheesecloth! There is enough for many cheese projects, it washes up very nicely too. Warning for newbies - don't double up, it will take much longer to drain, and if you need to twist up the end, you have way too much material at the top.