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The CHEFS 32-oz. Grease Separator is a simple, mess-free way to remove excess fats from stock, sauces and gravies. The handheld CHEFS grease separator's container allows you to easily strain fats off of broth to make gravy for mashed potatoes or delicious sauces for meat dishes. To use this separator, you simply pour the pan juices from your pork roast or baked chicken into the container. The grease will rise to the top, and the CHEFS grease separator's strainer lid separates out the unwanted fats and food particles. Then you just press the handle so the liquid flows into the built-in measuring cup at the bottom. The clear, BPA-free measuring cup allows you to easily portion your broth into 2-ounce increments. Use the easy-release lever to drain the grease-free liquid into your sauce pan or mixing bowl. You'll enjoy the smooth texture this device gives to your sauces as much as you'll love the guilt-free, low-fat gravies.
Mess-free CHEFS grease separator makes straining broth simple
Strain food particles and fat from your broth for smooth gravies and sauces
Clear, BPA-free plastic measuring cup allows you to see how much liquid has been strained
2-ounce measurement marks for ounces, cups and liters for accuracy
I have used and have the other model of separator that has the spout at the bottom side of the cup, but this one is so much better! Because no matter how carefully you tip it and pour the spouted type, some of the grease from the top always sneaks in with the juices and gets into the spout! So I was never happy with it, and was always looking for something better. Then I saw this one, and I thought I had to try it! With this separator you just squeeze the handle and the separated juice flows out the bottom of the cup while the fat sits on the top unmoved and you just let go of the handle when you get to the fat! Easy peasy, no muss, no fuss! I used this on this Thanksgiving for my Turkey pan drippings and my gravy was fabulous! I can't wait to use it again and again on all my liquids that need to have the fat removed! Clean up was very quick and easy, I washed it by hand, but I'm sure it would do fine in the top rack of the dishwasher! I just wanted to see how hard it was to clean by hand! I highly recommend this product to everyone!
I have had many separators, but this one is the tops. No more trying to pour off the fat from the top. You just squeeze the handle and you get the juices of the meat or bird for making gravy and let go of the handle when you see the liquid inside getting to the fat level. I have used it several times now starting on the Thanksgiving turkey and it just worked perfectly for me when I cooked a beef brisket. Couldn't ask for anything better.