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  1. Very innovative and healthy idea. BTW Aarthi, is that a muslin cloth on which you have poured the idli batter or some use and throw away stuff; do let me know this, I usually grease the moulds but sometimes idlies stick to it…thanks dear for the lovely share.

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  3. @Nisa Homey We don't have a non stick idli stand..So amma uses a traditional idli cooker..The cloth is a clean white cloth which she uses only for idlis..You could use muslin cloth too..it is not use & throw cloth.Using cloth for making idli prevent the idli from sticking to the pan.

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