This is the easiest way to strain your pasta

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Sometimes it takes one amazing find to make your life so much simpler. Every day we'll be showcasing one product that does just that: our "hero" item.

Today, our top pick is the Snap 'N Strain by Kitchen Gizmo. This kitchen gadget eliminates the messy process of straining your pasta. No need to worry about having to fit another large straining bowl into your dishwasher. The Snap 'N Strain easily attaches to almost all pots and pan sizes.

Easily strain everything from hamburger meats to pasta with this must-have kitchen gadget!

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