Forage Nut Mylk Bags / Seed Sprouting Bags - Standard size (1 bag per pack)
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Forage Nut Mylk Bags / Seed Sprouting Bags - Standard size (1 bag per pack)

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Forage Nut Mylk Bags / Seed Sprouting Bags - Standard size (1 bag per pack)

Nut Mylk  / Seed Sprouting Bags

These bags are the right size for straining almond mylk made from 1 cup of soaked almonds to 2 - 2 1/2 cups of water. If you are straining larger quantities, then the Green Juice/ Nut Mylk bag would be the more suitable option and the mouth of that bag will fit over the top of the blender mouth.

Sprouting with the bags has the following benefits

  • Takes up less space - you can just hang the bags off hooks or taps over a sink etc
  • Reduces mould and fungal issues due to the freer draining of the bags and the circulation around them.
  • Easy to rinse either straight under the tap or by dunking in a bowl of water and hanging straight back up again.
  • Easy to wash, sterilize and generally keep clean.
  • Storage is simple when bags are not in use and they take up minimal room.
  • The bags have multiple uses including being able to be used for making and hanging seed cheeses in.

They are available in two sizes.

1 - One large and 2 - two standard sized bags. Each pack includes recipes.

How To Make Almond Mylk

1. Soak raw organic almonds for 18 hours in filtered water

2. Blend 1 rounded cup of soaked almonds and 2 cups of water in a high-powered blender.

3. Strain through nut mylk/ seed bag and now it's ready to serve.

How To Sprout Seeds

1. Measure out appropriate amount of seed, visually inspect and remove any debris.

2. Rinse seed and place in sprout bag.

3. Soak seed in water in a bowl for appropriate time. Small seeds like alfalfa, broccoli, red cabbage and kale only need 4-6 hours while wheat, chickpeas and lentils can soak for 8-10 hours. (Adding 3-5 drops of Grapefruit Seed Extract to the water helps to kill off any fungus or bacteria.)

4. Once soaked, rinse off the seeds and hang up over wash tub or sink out of direct sunlight.

5. Rinse seeds morning and night.

6. Once sprouted and at the desired height for consumption, empty into a large bowl.

7. Drain the sprouts in a sieve and place in a container with paper towels on the bottom and over the top of the sprouts which helps lengthen their life in the refrigerator.


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