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KEEN Women S Terradora 2 Mid Height Waterproof Hiking Boots
The KEEN Women's Terradora II MID Waterproof Boot is a hiking boot that repels water for better traction and comfort on the trails. KonnectFit heels lock you in place for expert Performance and the KEEN. ALL-TERRAIN rubber Outsoles add a level of necessary grip. Its PFC-free repellant is eco-friendly which is an added bonus. And if things end up getting a little stinky eco-friendly anti-odor Footbeds help keep the smell away. If you're looking for an environmentally conscious piece of footwear this is it.Features of the KEEN Women's Terradora 2 Mid Height Waterproof Hiking Boots WATERPROOF: KEEN.DRY waterproof breathable membrane provides a waterproofing TRACTION: KEEN.ALL-TERRAIN rubber Outsole for Higher-traction grip SUPPORT: The stability shank delivers lightweight support on uneven surfaces Fit: Built on a women's specific foot form for a more narrow and precise Fit CAre TIPS: Gently brush the boot with a soft damp sponge to remove loose dirt
Colleen848: I have recently started to do alot more baking and also using a deep fryer for cooking turkeys, onion rings, etc. and also frying doughnuts.I am hoping to open a B&B; next year and need to try out many different receipes to see the cost involved and also the time required to make them. After all, as in any job, time is money. Another important consideration is how well things pass the taste test. Believe me, my friends are loving it. lolIt came to my attention after needing to strain oil and also flour and 10X sugar that I did not have a versitale strainer. I remember my Grandmother had several and used them often but her's either were to old or "missing".After alot or contemplation over the various strainers available I decided on this oneOXO Good Grips 8-Inch Double Rod Strainer. So far it has actually exceeded my expectations.I have used it to strain the oil from the deep fryer and also to sift flour and also confectionary sugar ontoEbelskivers: Danish-Style Filled Pancakes And Other Sweet And Savory Treatsfor a finishing touch. I can not recommend the Ebelskivers high enough either. They are so light and airy and you can make them for any time of day meal. Do yourself a favor and check them out. Also, if you think you may like them, try theNorpro 3113 Cast-Aluminum Nonstick Aebleskiver Stuffed-Pancake Pan, works great and no mess clean up.Anyways, back to the strainer.It is a double mesh strainer which allows it to be so versitale. Cleaning is a snap by just rinising it in water after use.So, in conclusion, if you are looking for a strainer I recommend this one. Granted it may be a bit pricey but it will definitely replace any need to buy different mesh strainers or for that matter a flour sifter. The size is also ideal because you can do so many things with it without it being way to large or way to small.
Cynthia "Andante Cantabile": I'm not even sure what prompted me to buy this but I use it all the time so now I'm wondering how I got along without it. I use it to wash rice and beans or anything else I want to strain the liquid from to make sauces. Under the heading of too much information my garbage disposal recently died and my sink has always been slow draining so I've been using it to strain out the dredges from soaking pans. It's disgusting but it helps keep the drain running. Fairly easy clean up.
Danimal: I've been using this strainer about every other day for a couple months now and it still looks brand new. It's stayed very stiff and it's the right length for setting across a standard double sink so you can pour your food into it without it falling over.
David L. Waters Sr. "Eternal Optimist": She loves it. Says it's the best one she's ever seen or used in her 84 years of life. Perfect size for straining all kinds of things. Lightweight, but sturdy.
D "D": The mesh is double which makes it very strong and the handle is comfortable and strong... It is great for small items that might go through the holes of another strainer. This is the best mesh strainer I have. It is small in size. I love it for tiny pasta, crushed pineapple, etc.