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Hello guys!

Any idea where I might be able to find cheese cloth? I looked at my local Migros today ( they have a LOT of kitchen/cooking items) and couldn't find it. Does any one think a big Coop might carry it?

Any suggestions?

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Old 23.04.2012, 17:23
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Re: cheese cloth

Many threads pop-up if searched on Muslin, such as:

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Re: cheese cloth

Ha. I looked for cheese clothe for a while. There is no good kitchen store on the french side. Looked at Migros/Coop, etc. I finally ended up getting it in the states. I have plenty, if you can't find it I will send you some. I do it for my bouquet garni.
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Re: cheese cloth

You can find cheese cloth at Coop (maybe not the smaller ones though).

You'll find them over near the baby section. It's called Gazetucher in German (Carres de gaze in French). They come in 60 x 60 cm squares. I don't remember how much I paid for them.
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Re: cheese cloth

thank you all for your help with this!! and to the person who offered to send me some......so sweet!!! thank you!!
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Re: cheese cloth

Just PM me Molly. I bought loads in the states. No prob and I will send if you give me your info. The baby stuff it not the same....

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Re: cheese cloth

Hi,

Not sure if what you call cheese cloth and what I call cheese cloth is the same, but mine you can find in rolls at Hornbach - the DIY shop.
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Re: cheese cloth

If anyone needs it, here's my a copy of my post from the other cheesecloth section:

I found cheesecloth at Coopcity in Oerlikon. It was in the "Einmachen" section of the kitchenware. It is called "Passiertuch," 75 x 75cm and it was 7.50 CHF. The description was, "zum Filtern von Säften und Abtropfen von Fruchtmassen und Rohkäse. Extra groß, zuscheidbar und reissfest."
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