Friday, September 5, 2014

Everyday Kitchen Essentials Nut Milk Bag Is A Keeper! #EKENutMilkBag

Have you ever wondered how they make nut milk or soy milk? It's not like you can go out and milk an almond tree or a soybean plant.

It's not as hard as you think and you can do it at home. Making your own nut milk you will know exactly what ingredients are in it as well as what is not in it!

Everyday Kitchen Essentials has a wonderful Homemade Nut Milk Bag to use for just that purpose; making your own nut milk.

Here's a little about the Nut Milk Bag:

  • Made of durable and reusable premium quality nylon and can be used endlessly
  • Measures approximately 10"x13"
  • Has a sturdy draw string, great for soaking and keeping everything inside during use and for hanging the bag up.
  • Has rounded corners that help the down flow of liquids and preventing pieces getting stuck in a corner while straining.
  • Made of high quality food grade materials with a No Risk Money Back Guarantee.

When you purchase your Nut Milk Bag you also get a link to a small recipe book to help you get started making your own nut milk! What I like about that is it gives you several recipes to start and once you have the basics down your imagination can run wild with ideas for flavors and uses!

But the Nut Milk Bag is not just for making your own nut milk! The Nut Milk Bag is great for straining other things too and since it is washable you can use it over and over knowing it will be safe for your food. If you have ever used cheese cloth you know there is no way of washing that to use again. All the yards and yards of it I have gone through over the years would add up to much more that I care to think about! The Nut Milk Bag will save you money.

Since the bag is made of durable nylon you can use it to strain berries for making jam and jelly. Did you know juicing your own oranges in a blender and then straining them through a bag is easier and you get more juice than the traditional squeeze methods we all know? The Nut Milk Bag is perfect for that, as well as lemons and limes, or even grapefruit. Just peel them, whir them up in the blender and strain! No pulp, no seeds, and quicker and easier to get fresh juice! And don't forget those veggies! They can be blended and strained through the nut milk bag too.

I like using the bag for soaking leafy greens. It keeps all the greens in one place and you can get all the little bits of grit out by allowing the greens to soak a little longer in the bag.

Another way to use the Nut Milk Bag is for growing your own sprouts. It's perfect for large batches and the light gets through the bag just enough to help the sprouts grow fast! It's easy to rinse the sprouts in the bag too.

I love my Everyday Kitchen Essentials Nut Milk Bag and it will be in use for many years in my kitchen!

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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