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Home Brew Ohio K7-0SHH-5IIE 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;|
|Item Weight||0.8 ounces|
|Lower Temperature Rating||40 degrees_fahrenheit|
|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".
Indicationssprouting, straining juices, Teas, Cheese, Fruit Sauce, Almond milk
Top customer reviews
this bag does a great job and is so far, very durable. The cleaning is easy too because the food doesn't stick to it. I simply turn it inside out, rinse it really good, then use dish soap, turning it inside and out to wash it, and then I simply hang it over the metal hose of my water filter system and in an hour it is dry. Before using it, I rinse it in filtered water so that the bag pores are receptive to the almond milk in the next round.
I will buy more of these bags in the future.
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.
We ordered a couple of other bags in the past, but the weave wasn't tight enough and it allowed too much pulp through. This one has been just right for us, so I really recommend it.
For those who may be new to making nut milks, here is my super-yummy nut milk recipe that works great with this nut milk bag:
Super Yummy Maca enhanced Almond milk:
1. Soak (fully covered by water and inch above the top of the almonds) about 1 cup of almonds overnight (they'll absorb some of the water and puff up a bit...)
2. Drain and do a basic rinse of the almonds
3. Add to your vitamix (or other high-powered blender) and add fresh water until the blender container is about 3/4 filled.
4. Grind it up well till the bits are pretty tiny and no big chunks are seen.
5. Strain it out with a nut-milk bag. The way I do this is: have a very large bowl, put the bag in, holding the top up and open, then pour the ground up nut/water mix into the bag. set the bowl below a kitchen cabinet and hang the string of the nut milk bag on the knob of the upper cabinet (so you have the filled bag hanging over the bowl.) Twist the top a few times so that when you squeeze the bag the goop doesn't come out the top into your bowl, then squeeze the milk out of the bag. What will be left is just the almond pulp. Some folks use this for cookies or other baking, or you can feed it to your chickens (if you have some) or toss it - your call.
6. Pour the nut milk back into your vitamix/blender and add the following:
1 tbsp vanilla
1/4 - 1/2 tsp salt (start with less, but don't omit - it won't taste right...)
1 heaping scoop of maca powder (do two if you like it, but start with one to see...)
sweetener to taste: 6-8 pitted dates, or a couple tbsp's of honey
If planning to drink right away put in ice cubes & water till about 1 1/2 inches from top of blender, or just use water if you don't care to have it cold right away.
7. blend until dates have no big chunks, or until well blended if not using dates.
8. taste test and see if you need more sweetness. If it is sweet but is "missing something" it is the salt - the salt enhances the sweet and makes it richer (always use some salt in sweet dishes...)
This will keep about a week in the fridge, but ours is usually gone w/in 4-5 days max.
Once you drink this you'll never buy store bought again and you'll love your nut-milk bag!