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The Self Tapping Kitchen Sieve Removes Liquid With the Touch of a Button

 - May 28, 2016
References: equalsdesign & yankodesign
To help consumers simplify cooking, retailer Equals Design has engineered the Self Tapping kitchen sieve that automates the shaking process with the touch of a button. This eliminates the need for consumers to physically shake the sieve themselves, so they can focus more on the cooking process.

Sieves are incredibly useful when it comes to cooking since the mesh strainer can be used for a variety of tasks such as removing the water from boiled pasta and shifting out lumps in flour. The Self Tapping Sieve allows the strainer to be held and shaken in one hand rather than two, so that consumers can freely use the second hand to whisk, sauté and stir. The strainer shakes from left to right in quick pulses with the touch of a button.