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Butter Muslin is a tightly woven cloth, similar to cheesecloth, used for draining, pressing, and straining soft cheeses, yogurt or milk kefir. Butter muslin cloth also works as a breathable jar cover for all sorts of fermenting applications.

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Butter Muslin is a fine-weave cloth used to drain soft cheese such as cream cheese, fromage blanc, yogurt cheese, and more.Package contains 1 square yard (91cm x 91cm) of unbleached 100% cotton, 90 thread per inch, reusable Butter Muslin.Sterilize in boiling water prior to use.To clean butter muslin for reuse, rinse in cold water after use and wash in the washing machine with mild detergent.We recommend an extra rinse cycle to remove all soap residue.Country of Origin: India

Discover the Versatility of Butter Muslin

Butter muslin is a must-have for any home fermenter or cheesemaker. This high-quality butter muslin cloth is perfect for straining, draining, and preserving your homemade creations, ensuring a smooth and satisfying final product.

Butter Muslin Cloth for a Range of Uses

Not only is our butter muslin cloth excellent for cheesemaking and fermenting, but it's also useful for a variety of kitchen tasks. Use it for straining stocks, filtering liquids, or even covering dough during proofing – its versatility will make it an essential part of your culinary toolkit.

Durable and Reusable Muslin Cheesecloth

Our muslin cheesecloth is designed to be both durable and reusable, providing long-lasting value for your kitchen endeavors. Easy to clean and maintain, this butter muslin is a sustainable and cost-effective choice for home fermenting and cheesemaking enthusiasts.

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