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    Butter Muslin for use with soft cheese.

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

    SIZES: 1yd 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.


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    Soft, strong - and reusable

    I didn't know this kind of "cheesecloth" existed until I saw it on this site -- and I'm so glad I found it.

    It's very well made and perfect for the task (I'm using it to strain yogurt, but it has a zillion uses).

    I highly recommend it.

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    • fine weave
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    From: Sturbridge

    Cut to Size

    This Butter Muslin is excellent - just the right amount - one can cut the size needed and still have a usable size left over! Nice fine weave - it made making Mascarpone cheese easy peasy! Easy to cut and wash - does the job admirably and very reasonably priced. Ordering was a cinch and speedily delivered. Thanks very much!

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    From: USA

    Butter muslin vs cheesecloth

    I have been making cheese a few years. My advice is simple. Cheesecloth is a waste of time and money. It is so porous that your curds can slip through with the whey. If you use it, you need to 4 ply it at least. One used, cheesecloth stretches out and becomes worthless. Perhaps it has some use as a wrapper for aging cheeses. Butter muslin I bought is a far superior product. It is strong with the perfect weave density to release whey and contain curds. It can be washed and reused. Much less expensive in long run and much easier to work with. No brainer.

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    From: Greenville, SC

    Butter Muslin-for Draining Soft Cheese

    Perfect cloth - use single for mozzarella and doubled up for ricotta!

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    Wow!

    Densely woven cotton muslin. Really a quality item. Ive used it for quark and it captures so much more of the good stuff than the crap, loosely woven grocery store muslin

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    Works great

    The butter muslin works great and is easy to clean. Excellent product.

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    From: Canada

    Muslin

    Not just your ordinary cheese cloth. This cheese cloth is finely woven and is super soft and doesn't leave fuzzies all over your cheese.

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    Butter Muslin

    This very fine cheesecloth is hard to find, even online. The coarser weaves just won't work. As usual, New England Cheese Making Supply came through. Excellent quality.

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    From: oklahoma city

    Perfect for making Greek style yogurt

    This butter cloth works so much better than cheese cloth when straining yogurt to make Greek style yogurt.

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    Good butter muslin

    I use it to make quark cheese, perfect for soft cheese, nothing squishes through. Washes up nicely and doesn't fall apart like others I've had.

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    Awesome stuff

    I buy this in bulk quantity. By far my favorite choice for cheese cloth. Excellent for any kitchen drawing task.

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    From: New England

    Gretch

    Easy to use and wash to reuse. Sturdy. Would buy again.

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    Cheesecloth

    I had tried other cheesecloth ( all Walmart stuff)and the results were always a waste of time!!! So discouraging. As soon as I bought yours I tried it right away. 1st test was the cream cheese, if it worked with that it was a keeper. Results? Perfect cream cheese not a glob of goo, it drained sooooo nicely. I was so happy. Great price for such good quality. Thanks

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    Cheesecloth

    I had tried other cheesecloth ( all Walmart stuff)and the results were always a waste of time!!! So discouraging. As soon as I bought yours I tried it right away. 1st test was the cream cheese, if it worked with that it was a keeper. Results? Perfect cream cheese not a glob of goo, it drained sooooo nicely. I was so happy. Great price for such good quality. Thanks

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    Love it

    This is so much better than using cheesecloth for soft cheeses.

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    The butter muslin is excellent for draining soft cheese. I was doubling the cheesecloth until I got the muslin. Now just one layer works perfectly!

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    From: Klamath Falls, Oregon, USA

    Does a fine job!

    I made Quark in my first adventure in cheese making and the recipe said to get butter muslin, so I did. The cloth was bigger than I needed so I just doubled it over and put the curds on it. Seems to work fine. I was able to squeeze out the whey to get my desired consistency without needing to hang it to drain.

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    From: Chewelah

    I love this muslin!

    Don't buy the grocery store kind. This muslin is far superior and creates a nice smooth surface to your cheese. I use it over and over again.

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    From: Oregon

    Butter muslin

    This stuff is the best, tried regular muslin and butter muslin is much better. Love it.

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    Wonderful Cotton Butter Muslin

    This is a great product. I use it to drain my yogurt cheeses and it works like a charm. I highly recommend the use of this product for any soft cheeses. Oh yeah, and butter.

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    Butter Muslin

    Really love this muslin! Of all the others I've tried this is by far my favorite.

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    I love my butter muslin. Tight weave, washable so I can reuse it. Reasonable price.

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    From: NY

    Success every time

    I have a variety of cultures and rennet I ordered here over a year ago...I store them in ziplocks in the freezer and I always have success!

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    It works as it's supposed to but you need to handle it carefully when washing because it will fray a lot (which is to be expected with a loose-weave fabric). I serged the edges of mine so I could wash it in the washing machine.

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    Great for soft cheeses

    The fine weave is perfect for soft cheeses that are well set.