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Suibstitute for a Food Mill

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I'm making a bouillabaisse recipe in which the fish broth is simmered with sauteed onion, fennel and garlic to which chopped tomato and white wine are added. The recipe then calls for this to be passed through a food mill. I don't have one. Would a potato ricer be a good substitute? If not, what do you suggest (other than buy a food mill)?

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Use a chinoise or a colander. Food mill is not really necessary here.

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Gebe Gott uns allen, uns Trinkern, einen so leichten und so schönen Tod! Joseph Roth.
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Thank you, Ordo. We ended up using a colander as you suggested but also squeezed some of the solids in the ricer as well. Turned out well.  

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