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Cleaning a strainer or sieve can be tricky, because food particles tend to lodge in the tiny holes. To avoid this, do the following:

Wash your strainer immediately, so that food particles don't solidify.

If solids do end up sticking, soak the strainer in hot, soapy water.

Scrub the strainer inside and out using a stiff-bristled brush.

If food particles persist, the strong pressure of a hand-held spray-hose attachment may help.

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