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Home Brew Ohio Premium Fine Mesh Food Grade Nut Milk Bag for Almond Milk/Soy Milk, 9" x 12"
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|Brand Name||The Raw Food World|
|For use with what product?||Beer; Wine; Milk;|
|Lower Temperature Rating||40|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||9 x 12|
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High-quality nut Milk and sprouting bags. Each bag is handmade and quality tested to ensure that you receive the finest product.These bags are ideal for any number of straining or sprouting uses. Fine mesh Material minimizes sediment and allows for sprouting of even the Smallest of seeds and grains, while bias cut, surge sewn construction ensures durability. Size 9" x 12".
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After blending I usually strain the nut milk through a regular mesh strainer and then use a nut bag to finish straining any pulp that makes it through the strainer. Works great! This bag looks and feels well made, I have no doubt that it will last for quite a while.
I like to take the pulp left over from making almond milk and spread it out on a fruit leather sheet in my dehydrator (or oven on parchment paper) and dehydrate until it is brittle enough to break into pieces. Toss the pieces into blender to turn into almond meal flour. Use as breading for fish or chicken. Nothing wasted!
This bag is easy to use and clean.
The width is narrower than other bags I've used, not wide enough for a standard pitcher. I usually fold the top over the top of the pitcher so the bag doesn't fall into the liquid in the pitcher. Again, makes for more potential of a mess.
I do like the thin mesh, that is a better than the bags I've used which tends to let more pulp through. Separating the pulp is the point of using a nutbag, so this is the only positive comment for this product.
I've found (unused) knee-high pantyhose the cheapest and best for my listed needs (taper and hugs top of pitcher).
At least get a tapered bag when looking for a nutbag, folks.