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I think John Lewis in Oxford Street stocks muslin; that may be an acceptable substitute

Thank you! Will cycle up there now :)

They stocked just the thing, it was even labelled for kitchen use. Thanks again!

A pleasure. I hope the Panir was a success.

:rolleyes:

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Every Mothercare in the land stocks muslin squares.  Whilst intended for uses further down the food chain, tthey do work for straining things too.

Here in the US, I go the hardware store and they sell cheesecloth in the paint department as a filter, lot cheaper than the grocery.

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