What is a cooking sieve?

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A cooking sieve is a utensil used to strain boiling water or dry ingredients such as powdered sugar. A sieve has holes and comes in different shapes and sizes.
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Sieve n. A utensil of wire mesh or closely perforated metal, used for straining,
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The molecular sieve was invented and first patented by the research and development labs of Union Carbide in the 1950s. As of 2011, molecular sieves are manufactured in the United
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A sieve is used when you are cooking something and you need to get rid of the lumps, such as when you are making a cake, you often sieve the flour before adding it to the mixture
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Scrub the top side. Scrub the bottom side. Spray the bottom side with clean water. Spray the top side with clean water. Inspect for remaining particles. Dry.
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