Cotton Nut Milk Filter Bag

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This reusable, multi-purpose and very easy to use filter bag has two main uses, both for growing sprouts as well as for making plant-based beverages.

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Material: 80% recycled cotton, 20% hemp blend
Origin: grown in Europe, spun and woven in Spain by an OEKO-TEX Standard 100 approved business
Use: for sprouting, we recommend using the bag inside out so that the seams don’t get tangled up with your newly growing tender sprouts.
Dimensions: 21 x 29,5 cm

Washing instructions:

  • Wash in cold water.
  • The bag can be washed under the tap, rinsing it after every use and allowing it to dry thoroughly. Even though you can put it in the washing machine, we recommended that you wash it by hand with a neutral soap.
  • As this bag is used for preparing food, we do not advise using fabric softeners, detergents or other chemical products.
  • As this fabric has not been treated with a chemical wash, whitened or dyed, the bag may shrink a little during the first wash.

How to make almond milk: 

  • Ingredients: 100 gr almonds + 1 litre of water + a sweetener such as banana, figs, agave syrup, rice syrup, stevia, …
  • Put the almonds in a blender, and add just enough water to cover the almonds + your sweetener
  • Blend, making sure the almonds are chopped well
  • Add the remaining water and blend again
  • Leave for 2 minutes for the mixture to settle
  • Strain the mixture through the bag and squeeze the bag to make the most of every last little drop
  • Enjoy and don’t forget to reuse the almond remains in the bag in you favorite falafels, pancakes, vegan cheese, …
    Important note: the average shelf life of homemade almon milk is 2 to 3 days when sealed in the fridge

How to grow sprouting seed using this bag:

  • Which seeds to choose: lentils, soy, alfalfa, fenugreek, quinoa, azuki, wheat, barly, radish, broccoli, millet, chickpea, sesame, almond, sunflower, … It is recommended that you use organic seeds from specialised growers
  • Leave the seeds to soak overnight (8 to 10 hours) so that the enzyme inhibitors that cover and protect them stop working and the seed can start to develop
  • The next day rinse the seeds and place them in your sprouting bag
  • Wet the seeds with a spray water bottle each time you notice that they start to dry out (3-6 times a day depending on the air temperature)
  • You can start eating sprouted seeds once the first green leaves appear (4-8 days depending on the seed type you chose)
  • The shoots keep well for 7 to 10 days in the fridge