cheesecloth
Noun

cheesecloth

  1. A loosely woven cotton gauze, originally used to wrap cheese, but now used for various culinary tasks and by farmers to shade crops and keep birds off.
Translations
  • French: étamine à fromage
  • German: Käsetuch
  • Italian: stamigna
  • Portuguese: morim
  • Russian: ма́рля
  • Spanish: estameña



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