Monday, August 18, 2014

#1 Rated Nut Milk Bag from Everyday Kitchen Essentials

I received this product in exchange for an honest review.  We are moslty all lactose intolerant in my house.  We drink usually coconut or almond milk when we can afford it.  We have to use it sparingly.  I being the ever diy'er wanted to try making my own.  That is where this product comes in.  It is amazingly simple to make your own almond milk.  I buy almonds from Costco monthly and use them to make it.

This bag is a great for making almond milk, It holds up well and is reuseable.  It is perfect size and not too flimsy.  I use it every time now and love it.  I highly reccomend this bag. 

PS.... if you want my recipe just leave a message and I will post it. 

Product Description
Premium Nylon Nut Milk Bag that can be used over and over — and will produce nut milk to die for!
We know that attaining the perfect consistency for your nut milk can be hard when you’re working with low-quality bags that tear after one use, or messy cheesecloths that rip and leave milk in places you don’t want it.
This revolutionary nut milk bag is…
Durable and Long-Lasting. Premium nylon fabric holds up to the most strenuous nut milk-making around.
Large Enough to Hold It All. Unlike other bags, at 10 X 13 inches LARGE, this bag fits over bowls for easy straining.
Equipped with a Handy Drawstring. Its easy-to-use drawstring keeps nuts in while straining.
• Keeps pulp OUT of your drinks
• Cleans easily (no more moldy bags!)
• Perfect for the first-time nut-milk maker

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