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Garfieldal Kitchen Tool Fine Mesh Strainer


With the handle strainer, you can easily drain pasta, rinse strawberries, vegetables and more. This handle strainer is expertly designed with fine mesh for complete straining and a broad, soft handle for a sure grip and easier lifting. Use for all of...
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  • Stainless steel double rod construction makes these strainers extra sturdy
  • Sturdy stainless steel construction
  • Fine mesh for straining
  • Perfect for straining vegetables, berries, pasta, and more
  • Feature brushed stainless steel handles for strength and durability
  • Use for all of your kitchen straining needs
  • Diameter: 10cm/3.9in
  • Deep: 3cm/1.2in
  • Handle Length: 12.8cm/5.0in
  • Material: Stainless Steel


Garfieldal Kitchen Tool Fine Mesh Strainer

  • Sturdy stainless steel construction

Garfieldal Kitchen Tool Fine Mesh Strainer

  • Feature brushed stainless steel handles for strength and durability


How to Use a Food Strainer:

  • Inspect the food strainer to make sure the parts are clean and undamaged, especially if it has been in storage
  • The featured vintage food strainer is assembled by gently squeezing while inserting the legs firmly into the brackets
  • Place the sieve into the bracket, making sure all parts are stable
  • Place a kettle or bowl under the sieve. A 6-quart pot works well for this style of food strainer
  • Parboil firm vegetables or fruit before processing. This will soften the edible pulp and enable easy separation from the skin. The featured tomatoes were parboiled until the skins split. Berries or other soft fruits do not need to be parboiled
  • Add your food, filling the sieve no more than half full. Insert the pestle and rotate while pressing. The juice and pulp will drop into the bowl
  • Use a spatula to push the fruit down every rotation or as needed. Press the pestle down frequently on the bottom of the sieve. Another trick is to twist the pestle the opposite direction that you have been working - the skins will slip right off
  • When no more juice comes out, discard or compost the skins and seeds left in the sieve. The pestle works great to scrape out the bottom of the cone
  • Wash and dry the parts thoroughly before storing for your next use. Use a toothpick to removing small seeds embedded in the sieve holes

Package Included:

  • 1 x Kitchen Tool Fine Mesh Strainer