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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Cooking sieves are used to separate food from juices or other contents. The cooking sieves come in many sizes. They are used for different areas of cooking as well as baking.
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Sieve n. A utensil of wire mesh or closely perforated metal, used for straining,
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It is a strainer, like a colander. Source(s): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sieve
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Thanks for the replies. I have a moule and it's great for making thick sauces and puréeing veg. I'm after something with a much finer mesh for very smooth sauces or even mash
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