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I love this company as they are GOTS certified. This means there are no crap chemicals in this product, It is not some gimmick, there is a tag that shows this cerification on EVERY single product!

4 others also recommend for straining

I’ve only used these twice so far but they worked great!

10 others also recommend for straining

I have always used my metal colander. I was just surfing Amazon and saw this Snap N Strainer. Got, LOVE IT. Great when doing mac and cheese, the macaroni stays in hot pot, no draining handling hot macaroni and having to transfer back into pan.

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Small and mighty

They worked well to strain my oils.

Good bags

Works well for what I bought them (straining yoghurt)

Good buy

Very good product for what we are using it for filter and strains well easy to clean

Absolutely amazing!

I make homeade apple cider every fall and its always been such a pain to strain in in the past and I'd always end up with chunks still in the bottom.…Would definitely recommend these to anyone straining liquids!…

Great density for quark. Fragile construction.

…I've tried a couple brands and these seem to have the best straining density for it.

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A must for butter makers

…No issues with staining, doubling them up pretty much gives you the cleanest straining you can get.

Works great!

I make my own cold brew coffee and use these along with a coffee filter to strain the coffee.…

Good for the value and good quality

…Was able to strain the oil and wash the bags afterwards.

seam came apart with first wash

…Also had an odd smell them, they did do they job of straining excess liquid, but the seam came apart first time I washed it.

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Good for straining

Very useful in making paneer

Perfect for straining kava

Bought this to replace my old kava strainer. Great quality, half the price, plus you get 2 for the price of one. Highly recommended!

Great for straining bone broth

wow these have made my life so much easier! no more cheesecloth or towels. These are perfect and make it so quick. I set it inside my wire strainer. Highly recommend!

Can these strain various fruit (ie cooked quince pulp) for making jelly?

I have used them for cheese and for straining fruit, they worked great for both.nverynsturdy you can squeeze them hard.

Do these strain the finest bits of grit from nut milk? Thanks!

Yes they are super fine. I use them for almond milk.

Good straining bag for the price

Works great! I've used it a few times for homemade oat milk and for juicing with my Vitamix.

strains good and easy cleanup

I bought these bags for the celery juice I was making in my blender. Works good. Kept all the pulp in bag. easy clean-up too. So happy I ordered them.

Great straining and easy clean up

I don't care to use juicers, so using this after blending has been great. I get so much juice out and clean up it a breeze.

Is the mesh fine enough to remove strawberry seeds?

I have not used my Nut Milk Bag too strain SS, however the mesh on the bag is very fine. I believe that it will work well for removing SS. Hope this answers your question

Has anyone used to make cold brew coffee?

I have not used for coffee but I have been using them daily to make celery juice to squeeze out the pulp. I also use for oat milk and for straining watermelon. I love these bags. Great quality and they hold up really well. Would recommend.

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GOTS Certified Organic straining bags

I love this company as they are GOTS certified. This means there are no crap chemicals in this product, It is not some gimmick, there is a tag that shows this cerification on EVERY single product!

Great for straining herbs ,tea ,coffee .

So far so good we'll see how long they last

Great for Juicing!

These are perfect for straining the pulp when making celery, cucumber, or any other juice!…

easy to clean

I've tried other straining bags and the food particles get stuck to the stitching and mold but this one does't.…

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Good buy

I infuse and strain a lot oils and these work really good.

12 pack reusable soup bags

I make a lot of soup in 16 qt pots and with these bags the straining of the soup is so easy.…

Very sturdy

…I use one daily to strain juice from celery after putting it in Ninja.…

Reusable, great for DIY straining herbs!

…Reusable for straining herbs when I make infused oils and tinctures.…

VERY GOOD FOR STRAINING

LOOKED FOR CUP SIZE BUT COULDN'T FIND ANY.

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Strained

I’ve only used these twice so far but they worked great!

Perfect for smaller food items

These are perfect for straining small pasta, does not fall through like a regular colander

Good product

I use this to make cold brew coffee - the fine mesh does a great job of straining.

What is the size of the mesh in microns? I'm looking for a 400-500 micron mesh (40-35 mesh size).

I don’t know the size but I strain coffee and it does a great job.

Strains well, especially good for sauces

They are good strainers. I have only had them for a few months; therefore, I do not know how durable they are. I noticed that the best way to clean them is with a brush under running water.

Exactly as described

…Perfect for straining bone broth!

Works Great

Works great for straining.…

Great for various use

…Strains well and easy to clean

Petfect for straining small things.

Fine mesh is perfect for straining small things, li kg e black beans and quinoa.…

Strain well as advertised

…Used the large one to strain out mango pulp after blending and was very easy to clean.

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Easy Strain without the Strain

I have always used my metal colander. I was just surfing Amazon and saw this Snap N Strainer. Got, LOVE IT. Great when doing mac and cheese, the macaroni stays in hot pot, no draining handling hot macaroni and having to transfer back into pan.

Snap'N Strain

We used it to strain spaghetti and it worked great!

Nifty straining

Works best with non- lipped pans. I have some wearever brand from 1970 era that have more of a lip inside the rim and I could not get it to latch on because width of the clamps would not accommodate lip. Works great on newer straight edge rimmed pan. Novelty item- seems handy when works on right pan! Still glad I bought it.

Can you strain hot oil with this, like after browning hamburger meat?

Cheers, We have been hit with some chilly weather which got me in the mood for chili and strained the hamburger with the Snap'N Strain, just this week. Bob

does this work for straining rice or will the rice just go through it?

I haven’t used it for rice. I usually use the bagged rice. The Kitchen Gizmo does have some openings large enough for rice to possibly go through.

Snap and Strain

Used the item the first time and was impressed right off the bat. Easy to slip on and off.

Useful for straining

Surprising and useful.

Strain Away

This product really does what it's meant for. Easy to use and adjusts to various size bowls/pots. I was so pleased that I purchased one for a friend.

how would this handle a lot of spaghetti noddles at once? How does this handle a lot of noodles at once?

I was amazed how well it strained food. It has not dropped any food yet.

What's the difference between just using a colander and dumping the food back in the pot?

None except for the cleanup. I find the Snap N Strain much easier to wash since it's so much smaller.

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