Cheesecloth refers to a coarsely woven cloth used for draining cheese, making bouquet garni or any number of other kitchen chores.

You can usually find cheesecloth in a well stocked grocery store.
In the Philippines, cheesecloths can be bought from bakeries or bakeshops which were usually used to pack flours and dry baking products.

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