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Better for straining roast veg to make a great gravy....
By K. Baines on 16 March 2017
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No, The ho;es are too big./ Get a hair sieve .
By Dr. Laurence G. Measey on 22 December 2014
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Hi Elizabeth
I never did yoghurt with this item,but I know the process behind it. Im confident you can use it for yoghurt. The quality are very high,the wholes are small eunogh.I also think a muslin is needed.
Ewa from Sweden

By Ewa on 09 February 2014
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Sorry, but we bought it as a present to someone who wanted one. He was delighted with it though.
By L. M. Aldridge on 12 August 2014
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It depends on how much you use, but if you use small amounts at a time then yes.
By Mrs L Baker on 29 November 2014
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Yes it is :)
By ali on 28 March 2014
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