Fine-Mesh Sieve for your cooking

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Although you probably already have a colander, you may want to consider adding a bowl-shaped, fine-mesh sieve to your collection.

he holes between the mesh on a sieve are usually 1/32 of an inch, much smaller than those on a colander. They’re the ideal size for sifting dry ingredients; sprinkling powdered sugar or cocoa on top of baked goods; and, for straining out the lumps in thick sauces. Plus, says Chitnis, along with a strong forearm, a sieve is a useful tool when you need a quick 1/4 cup of lemon juice for salad dressing; or, when you want pulp-free OJ and don’t have a colander or a juicer nearby.

Fine-Mesh Sieve

 

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