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    Default Tergopol o Telgopor?

    Me canse de escuchar tergopol ..........otra veces escuche tambien telgopor.......me pregunto, cual seria la forma correcta de decirlo?

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    Default Re: Tergopol o Telgopor?

    Telgopor, aunque en el diccionario de la academia, no figura ninguna de las 2 opciones

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    Lo que encontré es que Telgopor significa TELa GOmosa PORosa, pero no dejamos de escuchar Tergopol en el comun de la gente. De lo unico que no tengo ni idea es como se diria en ingles..........vos sabes¿?

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    Could tela gomosa porosa be like treated or tacky cheesecloth which is a treated fabric used to wipe surfaces of dust?

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    Default Re: Tergopol o Telgopor?

    VIcente, es como la foto que adjuntas, el telgopor es tal cual aparece en esta foto generalmente se utiliza para conservar productos calientes o cosas frias. No se si te oriente mas .......

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    Cheesecloth Fabric

    Cheesecloth is an extremely loosely woven, porous fabric. It was originally used to strain the whey from the milk when making cheese. Today it is used for a variety of purposes- and yes, you can still make cheese with it!

    It is used for everything from cooking needs to stage props, and sewers find it useful too. This porous fabric can be used to strain broths and consommés, as well as many other dishes. A practical staple to have in any kitchen and a very useful craft item, this unique material can be used in making paper mâché and other crafts.

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    Default Re: Tergopol o Telgopor?

    Por lo que veo se utilizada para cocinar si bien es una tela gomosa no es precisamente telgopor, al menos no al que estoy acostumbrada a ver. El telgopor que yo digo es compacto tipo caja, no creo que el mismo que se utiliza para cocinar queso.

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    Default Re: Tergopol o Telgopor?

    Perdon, llegue re tarde, pero en ingles lo que vos decis es styrofoam

    Espero que sirva

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