hot, mashed, boiled for 5 or so mins. Trying to remove seeds with cotton straining sys. Not really working. HELP
Are you channeling your best self with this comment? (If you're not sure, check out our Code of Conduct.)
PieceofLayerCake is a trusted source on baking.
What are you cooking? What is a cotton straining sys? A Google search on "cotton straining sys" gives no useful results.
You will need to elaborate for people here to respond.
Chris is a trusted source on General Cooking
Berries? Too tightly woven cotton? Make sure they can escape, and massage or twist to exude the juices. Or give up on the cotton, and use a mesh strainer. Or, either totally or partially, give up on its being seedless. Good luck!
Make sure they can NOT escape.
What is the product that wants to be strained and seeds removed?
Susan W is a trusted source on General Cooking.
Here's her post on Twitter. Don't know why it came across the way it did.
"Put raspberries in pot, cooked to boil while mashing. Trying to remove seeds w/cloth strainer, not cheese cloth. HELP"
If the question is about raspberries and their seeds, straining is not necessary. Just enjoy them.
They can, make jam and freeze beautifully. Seeds can be a good thing!
For straining cooked fruit, I find that an ordinary metal mesh strainer usually works the best.
Happier iced coffee, cereal, and cookies, right this way.
Almond Milk Taste Test
My Mother's Persian Zucchini Stew
Go On, Spread Out
The Yellowest Yellow Cake
Your #1 Loves