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    Does anyone use a cooking oil filter? My wife loves to overcoat stuff, and we end up changing out oil often because of it. Any suggestions on an oil filter that won't make more of a mess than it is worth?

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    Recycle your oil. Strained through cheese-cloth I think that is the way to pronounce it. I've try the filter pumps but not had much luck with them.
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    Cheesecloth, funnel and clothes pins. They actually make a food grade cheese cloth.
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    Pan frying helps cut down on the amount of oil you use, but if you are cooking a lot of fish for a lot of people that would probably be to slow.
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    We have an old Fry Daddy fryer and filter the oil through a kitchen metal screen strainer after the oil cools to reuse next time.
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    I reuse the strained oil 1 or 2 times depending on how much fish is cooked and the used oil is stored in the fridge. Done this for years with no problems and the fish tastes good and is not greasy - and use a good deep fryer that keeps hot temperature.

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    I strain the oil with a kitchen metal screen strainer, store the used oil in the frig, add a little new each time we deep fry and life is good!!
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    For a gallon or less it gets poured through a metal screen strainer from one pan to another. I then pour it through a cone shape coffee filter and housing.
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    I use paint filters
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    try coffee filters but takes forever.

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