I have used them for cheese and for straining fruit, they worked great for both.nverynsturdy you can squeeze them hard.
Yes they are super fine. I use them for almond milk.
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
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.
I don’t know the size but I strain coffee and it does a great job.
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.
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.
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
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.
I was amazed how well it strained food. It has not dropped any food yet.
None except for the cleanup. I find the Snap N Strain much easier to wash since it's so much smaller.