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Cheesecloth is used for so many other, more everyday kitchen tasks–infusing spices, straining yogurt–it’s easy to forget that its raison d’etre is, of course, making cheese. Sceng’s unbleached Grade 90 all-cotton cheesecloth has an extra-fine weave and is ideal for straining curds for making ricotta or feta. It’s washable and reusable, too.

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