Strainer for Straining Raspberries

What do I use to press and strain raspberries?

By Mel from Mason, MI

December 3, 20090 found this helpful

I just helped my mom squeeze elderberries for jelly. We used old nylon stockings. You could use new ones if you want :)

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December 4, 20090 found this helpful

I use a colander lined with cheesecloth or hose.

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December 4, 20090 found this helpful

You can just use a strainer and a spoon. I think I'd cook them first, then strain and press thru a sieve.

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What is the name of the strainer to strain raspberries?

By icepam10 from Mt.Clare, WV


Strainer for Straining Raspberries


Meaning when they are frozen, when you cook them? I just use a regular small mesh strainer if I need one. (07/09/2009)

By michawnpita

Strainer for Straining Raspberries

I think you are referring to a sieve or a mesh strainer. These are very fine mesh that are good for pushing through the pulp of the berries without the seeds. (07/09/2009)

By samsmomie24

Strainer for Straining Raspberries

I use a strainer called Vittorio. Hope this helps you find the one you want. (07/12/2009)

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