Friday, January 23, 2015
Looking for something a little bit different to drink? Have you tried making Nut Milk using a Nut Milk Bag yet? Homemade nut milks are quite healthy. I really love almond milk! It just taste so much better than dairy milk. To make it easier, I'd recommend using a nut milk bag. The Zimtal Nut Milk Bag has 75 micron count, which is the perfect nylon thread count to create the most delicious nut milk you've ever tried!
Loving My Almond Milk, Thanks To This Awesome Nut Bag!For this review, I received one Zimtal Nut Milk Bag! After reading, Vegetarian to Vegan I decided that I would give up dairy milk and start drinking Almond Milk. It's a great option that's becoming very popular. Making Almond Milk is quite easy. Take a cup of almonds and soak them over night in a bowl of filtered water. The next morning, just strain and rinse them. Next, you'd put them in a blender, with some filtered water and blend them for five minutes on high. The next step is where you'd use the Nut Milk Bag, so just empty the blender into the bag and squeeze the milk right out of the bag, into a bowl. You can add a sweetener or flavoring. I like added vanilla or almond extract.
Besides making Almond Milk, you can use other types of nuts or seeds. Some people even brew their cold coffee, with a Nut Milk Bag. There are many things you can do with a Nut Milk Bag. Many people use it to strain their homemade juices, but you can get creative and use it for sprouting, greek yogurt, cheese and ice tea.
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