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Have Some Goods Nut Milk Bag Review and #Giveaway



        A couple weeks ago Kevin and I started looking at some new ideas to help our family financially.  This all started when we were looking for homes and really got a little excited about some farm land we discovered.  It motivated us to save money in creative ways like utilizing my surroundings and become even more eco-friendly than I already was.  One of the first things that of course popped into my head was making my own ANYTHING!

        When it comes to making your own products, I quickly discovered you almost always need to have something like a cheese cloth or milk bag to help with things like straining.  When asked to review the Nutnet Nut Milk Bag from Have Some Goods, I knew it would be a tool I wanted in my kitchen! Right away I noticed it was made from a premium nylon fabric and the double reinforced stitching which holds stronger than other bags.
        Not only is this BPA free but it is sure to hold more than the average cheese cloth or cheaply made milk bags.  I love the drawstring which makes it easy to lift anything, keeping it all together.  I've been using this for a variety of tasks not just straining either!  And best of all I was able to clean this easy as running it through soapy water and tossing it on my drying rack.
Available to purchase/Cost: $8.45 Nut Milk Bag
Recommendation:  I totally loved this and all the other uses it has!  I think $9 is reasonable for it and would recommend having one in your home at that cheap price.

Giveaway:  Have Some Goods is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers a Nut Milk Bag of their own!
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17 comments:

  1. I would love to use this to try making cashew milk!

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  2. My daughter loves to make her own almond milk, so she would use this for that. She also wants to try cashew milk.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  3. I would use this for fruit smoothies

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  4. As a surrogate for cheese cloth, I'd use the Nut Milk Bag to make panir, which is an unaged cheese consumed in the sub-continent of India.

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  5. I would use it for making my own almond milk, which I drink a lot of. I'm wondering if it would also be good for squeezing all the moisture out of cauliflower when making cauli pizza crusts

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  6. I would use this to make milk, juices

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  7. My mom has gone dairy free so I would gift this to her because I'm sure she would love using it!

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  8. I would like to see if this would work for making my own cream cheese products.

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  9. I would make homemade almond milk! olivia41393@yahoo.com

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  10. i would use this for making home made almond milk or for kava tea. yum.

    danielle marie xdanimarie(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  11. I do like all of your terrific products reviews very much.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  12. I would use this for almond milk, primarily, and then some soy milk or cashew milk as well.

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  13. Almond Milk would be my choice!

    theyyyguy@yahoo.com

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  14. I would try to make homemade cashew or almond milk. I have never tried before and I bet it would save a lot of money.

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  15. I have no idea, since I've never heard of one, so I'd have to look up some recipes to see what I could make.

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  16. I would love to give this a try.

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