Product Review: Rösle Fine Mesh Strainer

Product Review: Rösle Fine Mesh Strainer

Rösle Fine Mesh Strainer
Rösle Fine Mesh Strainer

LOS ANGELES, June, 27, 2014– Strainers are an important tool in the kitchen, someone who cooks could use it as many as five to ten times a day, and a good strainer is key to the success of good cooking. Rösle has made an industrial style stainless steel fine mesh strainer with small adjustments like a shorter handle and a smaller circumference to make it more user friendly for the at home cook.

Rösle is a company that was established in 1888 that brings the finest quality with professional results to the home hook. They pride themselves on a classic and timeless design.

Strainers are not all made equal, some are flimsy, some have mesh that is soft and slightly movable, some are made of plastic and some have mesh with larger or smaller holes.

Strainers can be used for straining pasta, catching seeds from citrus, creating perfectly mashed and strained foods, i.e. baby foods, soups, potatoes. However, not all strainers are durable enough to withstand daily wear and tear, thus our test is warranted.

The berry test

We strained and thawed frozen heavy deep colored berries for a berry cobbler.

Step 1: We placed frozen berries into the strainer

Step 2: Ran water through the berries multiple times

Step 3: We kept the berries in the strainer until they were half thawed and we were ready to use them.

Step 4: Once we were finished we rinsed it, dried it and stored it.

Result: The strainer worked well, it was strong enough to hold the berries and the deep color of the berries did not discolor the strainer.

The straining yogurt test:

Step 1: Placed the strainer on top of a small bowl.

Step 2: We put the yogurt in the strainer.

Step 3: We used a rubber spatula to strain the yogurt and remove all of the fine strawberry chunks.

Result: The strainer caught every last chunk small and large and allowed the yogurt to fall into the bowl.  We did have to scrape the yogurt off of the bottom of the strainer.


First, We love the weight of the strainer, the weight is distributed nicely.

Second, We love the rounded handle, it makes gripping easy and comfortable.

Third, it’s easy to clean.

Fourth, It’s small size allows for it to be stored relatively easily.


First, It is more than you would spend on a plastic strainer.

Second, Check back with us in a couple of months and we will let you know if we have a con.

Overall Rating: 1 cup out of 1 cup. The Rösle is a good buy for any one who wants to cook .

Purchasing Info: The Rösle– Cooker can be purchased $45.00.



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Mary Moran
Upon graduating from the California School of Culinary Arts in 2002, Chef Mary Payne Moran began her professional career shelling crabs at the world-renowned restaurant, Michael's in Santa Monica. Simultaneously, she launched her own company, Hail Mary’s, founded upon the belief that good food nurtures the soul, and began catering weddings, parties and large corporate events. In the fall of 2008, Mary began teaching her culinary skills to others. Currently she can be found at Hollywood School House teaching her after school cooking class, and teaching her popular "Vegetables or Not Here I Come" assembly. Most recently, Mary has launched another division in her company as well as a chef she is now also a Certified Nutritionist for high profile clients. She helps her clients discover their healthy way of eating. Mary has recently been published in the Los Angeles Magazine, & The New Jersey Star Ledger. Daily she addresses cooking aficionados through her blog - Cooking with Chef Mary as well as her how-to webisodes on You Tube.