The perforated nature of the colander allows liquid to drain through while retaining the solids inside.

A colander is a perforated bowel, made of stainless steel, aluminum, or plastic, that is used to drain the liquid from pasta, vegetables, salad greens, and other foods. The holes in a colander are large, making it unsuitable for anything but draining away excess liquid from food items that are large enough not to pass through the perforations.

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