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    Quote Originally Posted by hdhntr View Post
    try coffee filters but takes forever.
    Thanks. I tried that, but ended up with a big mess.

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    I use a wonder funnel and filters.....works great. Food Grade - Wonder Funnel



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    Quote Originally Posted by G";3569941]I use a wonder funnel and filters.....works great. [URL="http://www.mcssl.com/store/wonderfunnel/food-grade
    Food Grade - Wonder Funnel[/URL]
    Something like that is what I was looking for. Thanks.
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    before any straining and cooling, cook a bunch of raw potatoes, i.e. French fries, quartered potatoes, sliced, etc. Any one or a combination. this cleans a lot of the grease up, and requires less straining....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesdean View Post
    before any straining and cooling, cook a bunch of raw potatoes, i.e. French fries, quartered potatoes, sliced, etc. Any one or a combination. this cleans a lot of the grease up, and requires less straining....

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    This is what I use and really like it.

    T-FAL Ultimate EZ Clean Fryer FR800050



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    Walmart sells a stainless steel coffee filter that works great. Put it in the disk washer to clean it. We have a cajun fryer and filter the oil each time it used and will get twenty or more cooking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gridtel View Post
    This is what I use and really like it.

    T-FAL Ultimate EZ Clean Fryer FR800050


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    For people with larger cookers and want to do larger amounts of oil , I have found this useful. Sits on a 5 gallon bucket and strains my 4 gallon cooker with ease
    https://www.academy.com/shop/pdp/out...ldCatid=600204



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