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Monday, March 12, 2012

Looking for Cheesecloth?

I'd like to take a moment and introduce one of my new sponsors to you.  Cheesecloth is a fun medium to use in your crafty endeavors, as well as useful in the kitchen.  We have an horchata recipe that we love and use cheesecloth to do our straining.  And I love using cheesecloth to decorate with around Halloween.  Here's what this sponsor has to say about their product: is a wholesale provider of cheesecloth. Cheese cloth is a unique type of fabric that can be used for a variety of different tasks and not just making cheese. You will find it mentioned in most recipes that require straining and various arts and crafts projects. Here are some examples of DIY uses on this blog: a cheesecloth ghost tutorial and a recipe box re-make. As a word of advice, cheesecloth comes in a bunch of different grades (the higher the number, the more expensive and finer woven the fabric is). For DIY and craft projects, the #10 grade is probably the best option. One of the advantages of cheesecloth fabric is that it is reusable. Obviously the fabric will break down at some point, but the higher the grade, the longer it will last. So if you find yourself making a lot of recipes that require straining in them, then cheese cloth is something you should look into getting. Find out more details and how to order online at
So, consider for all your kitchen and decorative cheesecloth needs.

1 comment :

  1. I'll make you a deal, as my five-year-old says: post the horchata recipe, and I'll buy cheesecloth!!


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