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Cheese Cloth

What is Cheese Cloth?

  • It is thin, loosely woven, unsized cotton cloth , similar to gauze look that is used typically for light clothing and in preparing or protecting food.
  • Cheesecloth is a versatile, 100% bleached cotton fabric with a unique combination of purity, softness, absorbency and strength.

History

  • The first cheese cloth is made of muslin produced in Bangladesh. On his trip to India, Marco Polo came across this cloth and took it back to the European countries from where it travelled to the United States with the European immigrants.
  •  It became popular for making cheese and its use spread to other areas also.

What Makes it Stand Out?

  • Cheesecloth is a versatile, 100% bleached cotton fabric with a unique combination of purity, softness, absorbency and strength.
Texture Soft and light weight 
Fall Drapable
Shine  Dull
Sheer Transparent 

Cheese Cloth  

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Application and Uses

  • The primary use of cheesecloth is in some styles of cheesemaking, it is used to remove whey from cheese curds, and to help hold the curds together as the cheese is formed.
  • Cheesecloth is also used in straining stocks and custards, bundling herbs, making tofu and ghee, and thickening yogurt. .
  • Also used in light clothing .
Apparel    Yes
Home Furnishing    Yes
Accessories     -

 

Cheese cloth used for straining & preparing of hung curd , cottage cheese

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Light clothing made from cheese cloth

Image Reference - https://www.newlook.com/uk/womens/clothing/tops/off-white-cheesecloth-long-sleeve-shirt/p/629610412

Care Instructions

  1. Wash in warm water or in boiling water for 5 minutes to sterilize .
  2. Soak for a few minutes in baking soda to refresh after a couple of uses.
  3. Use a hot, steam iron for cheese cloth. 

Reference links

https://ifood.tv/equipment/cheese-cloth/about

https://www.urbancheesecraft.com/pages/faqs-cheesecloth


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