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    recommendation for jelly strainer and bag set

    Tue Jan 29, 2013 4:41 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    I'm branching out into jellies and need a strainer and bag set.

    I'm a fairly new 1st-time homeowner so no I don't have any old pillow cases or towels I can use instead.

    I noticed the mostly bad reviews for this set:

    Curious what everyone thinks of this one, or is there another I just haven't found yet ?

    Thanks in advance !
    Tue Jan 29, 2013 6:01 pm Groupie
    I typically use a couple of coffee filters lined in my colander. My jellies always turn out crystal clear.

    I've heard some people will make a sleeve out of flannel. If you sew, you can purchase 1/4 yard or so and have enough for several--for those days you plan to make a couple of flavors. If you use flannel, the fuzy side faces in.

    Hope this helps.
    Thu Jan 31, 2013 11:16 pm
    Regular "Line Cook" Poster
    Well ! Coffee filters, how exceptionally easy, thanks for that tip and the flannel too !

    By the way, I regularly run across your comments (I recognize your unique name) on the cooking/jamming sites, and they are always exceptionally helpful. I recall one recently about macerating strawberries to make better jam, can't wait to try it !!

    Kind Regards,
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