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  1. Consommé is basically broth that’s been strained and skimmed of all traces of fat. Typically, egg whites are added to the broth, and when they cook and congeal at the top of the pot, they trap most of the fat within them. The egg whites are then removed, taking the fat with them. Sometimes, chefs will also drag strips of parchment paper along the surface to remove any traces of fat that the egg whites didn’t collect.
    It’s then strained through fine-mesh sieve or through cheesecloth several times to purify it further.
    And that’s consommé.

    Thanks for the so-so question, Guru Nudie!

  2. Just stopping by to learn the difference between consommé and broth.

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