I used it to wash dishes, I got tired of tossing more costly dishcloths because they get horrid. It is bunch of them at $10.96 so I won't mind so much throw them away when they get ugly. The cloths I received are cotton and sturdily constructed.
Nice cheesecloth. This is exactly what I needed for straining my homemade cheese and tofu. Great value, well made product.
This was a awesome purchase! I have been making cheese, juice, kefir, kombucha and nut milk at home so I use cheesecloth in need. I sometimes run out of and have to buy at local store but those are expensive and for one time used only. There is a lot of square footage so it will last me a really long time and it is reusable! Knowing it is 100% cotton and unbleached makes me comfortable that no chemicals are leeching into my food. Very satisfied with this cheesecloth!!
I use it to wipe off residue on my oil painting before I work into them again. It does not leave any little pieces of debris after I use it. A great product
Very satisfied! Have looked for 'food grade' cheesecloth but can not fin in local store. This works PERFECT. Have cleaned and reused it multiple times and the weave is still well. I just cut off what I want.
My Dad use it to make rejuvelac, soy milk and cashew cheese so far. If you are using it to ferment in mason jars it'll definitely keep particulates out. This is really high grade cheese cloth with a close mesh.
Love this cheesecloth!It was perfect when I used it to make nut milk. It didn't get messy and there were no little particles or fuzzies going through of it. After cleaning with hot water and dish soap, it even did not fall apart. I'm excited to be a lifelong customer
I love this cheesecloth, but to be fair, I have never used other cheesecloth because it's a ton of it, so I don't have a lot to compare. I found the process super simple for my first time to make almond milk. The consequence? Very creamy and flavorful milk, because it was grade 90.Much to my surprised, the cheesecloth was also very easy to rinse. I also used it to make yogurt with great flavor. I've recommended this to my sister, who wants to start making almond milk at home too (good quality and so much better than store bought)
So many uses. When you need it there is no substitute. A fair amount too for the price but you still will want to have more than a single nut milk bag. Make my cheese.
My mom brought your unbleached cheesecloth for cooking. We used it to roll and cure pork in my aging vault. It worked beautifully. I liked that it was unbleached and natural, especially as we were using it for cooking. We basted on the outside of the cloth with melted butter and it soaked through beautifully, allowing the roast from brown to a golden color. I can not find any in the stores where I live and thanks to amazon second day shipping I get it so quickly. Thank you for making it available. Lots of it is still left and we plan to use it for cheesemaking or straining the honey we harvest.
The cheesecloth are so practical and useful. I always like to keep some in my kitchen. You can use them to hold spices for mulling wine or cider, or for cooking meat roll or bouquet garni or various other kinds of application. But my favorite use is to fill them with bulk catnip, tie them securely, and let them play! It's much cheaper than catnip toys bought from pet stores, and you can feel free to toss them when they've lost their potency -- just clean and reuse. I don't feel too bad about discarding them since they are natural cotton and then biodegradable, just put them in the fertilizer. But for environment, one could even literally "clean and reuse": empty them out, wash them, dry them, and use them over and over.