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Colanders & Strainers

20% Off with code MTCRAMEN20 - Stainless Steel Noodle Spider Strainer

90613
$25.00

Although typically used for scooping and draining ramen noodles, this spider can be used as a regular spider to retrieve foods from boiling water. The wooden handle prevents unnecessary burns.SpecificationsMaterial : Stainless steel and woodDimensions :...

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Bon Zaru Bamboo Strainer

$29.00

This bamboo strainer is typically used to wash vegetables or rinse noodles such as udon or soba. It can be used on the tabletop as serveware as well or as a vessel to display ingredients.SpecificationsMaterial : BambooDimensions : [Medium : 91644] 15.35"...

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Miso Soup Strainer Set

90325
$18.00

Place the deep basket of this strainer directly into dashi broth to dissolve miso. The semi-coarse mesh allows the liquid to soften miso, but prevents larger particles from clouding the soup. Comes with a wooden mixing stick.SpecificationsMaterial :...

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Plastic Colander 8" dia

91962
$1.80

SpecificationsMaterial: PlasticDimensions: 8" diaUse this plastic colander to rinse rice, wash vegetables, drain pasta and other foods.

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Plastic Colander 9" dia

91947
$3.20

SpecificationsMaterial: PlasticDimensions: 9" diaUse this plastic colander to rinse rice, wash vegetables, drain pasta and other foods.

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Soba Noodle Spider Strainer

92800
$22.00

Although typically used for scooping and draining soba noodles, this spider can be used as a regular spider to retrieve foods from boiling water. The wooden handle prevents unnecessary burns.SpecificationsMaterial : Stainless steel and woodDimensions : 9...

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Dashi Straining Cloth

90287
$35.00

This piece of cloth can be washed and reused for straining konbu (kelp) and katsuobushi (dried bonito) when making dashi. Alternatively, use this just as you would a cheesecloth to obtain finer purees, drain yogurt and cheese and so on...

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