Best Nut Milk Bag Review

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The Secret to Pulp Free Nut Milks and Juices, Without the Mess, Lumps, Frustration, Waste and Tearing You Get With Cheesecloths or Cheap Nut Milks Bags!

These Nutmilk bags from Vita are so cool and innovative. This is a reusable 12×10 mesh strainer bag. It is perfect for almond milk, cold brew coffee, juicing without and juicer and more!

I personally used this for juicing without a juicer. I really like the idea of this. It’s an easy way to add fresh fruit juices to our meals, without the hassle of pulling out the juicer! It is great to keep the seeds away from our food and drinks. We used this to squeeze lemons, limes, and oranges.

This is better than other bags like this because it is very well made! It is a great quality mesh that doesn’t rip easily. The tight weave and heavy duty fabric allows you to squeeze more juice or milk out. These bags dry quickly after you wash them, so no worries about molding!

I would recommend this to anyone interested in juicing or making almond milk! It has a very low price and can easily be purchased HERE on AMAZON! Enter for your chance to win below!

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  1. I have wanted to make my own Almond Milk. Just too afraid. This would definitly push me to do it. Great idea to juice with it. I like that idea as well.

  2. I would make calendula infused healing skin oil. Using argan, grapeseed, jojoba and sweet almond oil in a mason jar with dried marigolds and a sunny spot for a month, then strain with the nut bag.

  3. I would actually give it to my sis n law because she is just starting the juicing thing 🙂

  4. I would use it for juicing if I kept it, but I would most likely give to my son who would def get more use out of it.

  5. I really like this Milk Bag because you can use it for so many things. Not only can you strain just about everything you can also use it over and over. Get addition to anyone’s kitchen!

  6. I’d use this for juice. Then, after some investigation into finding out more about it, I’d love to try making yogurt cheese.

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