Tuesday, October 7, 2014

Nut Milk Bag

Nut Milk....
 Stop laughing, don't be dirty 
... okay, okay my husband laughed like a 1st grader when I told him I was making nut milk for the first time....
 I have never tried to make any type of nut milk ever before, so when I agreed to try this out I was excited and nervous. I mean how the heck am I going to be able to make the almond milk that my family drinks? But we feel that homemade and natural is best, so I was going to give it a shot! I figured it was worth what ever headache I was going to have if I was going to get drinkable almond milk from it!
 I did some research online to start to figure out what I needed and needed to do.  You receive a free card with your purchase, which goes on to explain what you need and how to do things.
I was quite impressed with this bag, it's strong and durable.The stitching and seams are strong and aren't going to rip and break about the first time that you use it.
And since the mesh is so fine there isn't anything but liquid getting through. Although I haven't tried it yet- but have plans to-  you can use the pulp left over to make  butter out of. I can't wait to make some, my family is going to be so excited!
 The milk it's self came out smooth and creamy.
Washing the bag was easy too, I just used a tiny bit of dish soap and rubbed the bag down and rinsed with warm water, and then just left it over the top of a cup.  There was just a tiny bit left in the seams and when it was dry I was able to shake it all out and then I just rinsed again and put it over a cup to dry again. Easy as that! I can't wait to try juicing with this bag! The thought of no seeds excites me! HAHA!
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