Thursday, January 15, 2015

Product Review: HaveSome Goods Nut Milk Bag ((GIVEAWAY ENDS Jan. 20 @12A.M. EST))

Hi everyone! Hope you are all having a great Thursday so far! You can just smell the weekend slowly coming our way! Have you all ever used a nut milk bag before? The name sounds a bit strange but it is just so multi-purposeful! Today I am reviewing the HaveSome Goods Nut Milk Bag. It is just a great cheese cloth type of design bag. I actually didn't use it for nut milk but for soup! Stay tuned for my giveaway! ((GIVEAWAY ENDS JAN. 20 @12A.M. EST)).  Let's get started!

About The Product
(From the product website and from the product itself.)
-Product's dimensions are 12 in. deep by 10 in. wide with a rounded bottom.
-Product is tear resistant and is made from the best premium quality and BPA-Free.
-This bag is durable with its double reinforced stitching while the tightly woven mesh delivers a good straining action allowing for good passage of liquid.
-The large rounded bottom fits any size container and is easy to squeeze.
-Product can be used to make nut/seed milks, vegetable milk, Vitamix juicing, sprouting, brewing coffee/tea/beer, herbal emulsions, tofu pressing, sifting/squeezing keffir milk grains or juice pulp and for soup.
-Comes with a unconditional lifetime warranty-no risk money back guarantee and free e-books with healthy recipes and tips for usage.

My Review
        This is quite a unique product. Typically when my mom made homemade soy milk she would use a cheese cloth which is much thinner than this product. To me, this almost reminds me of my curtains (not in a bad way) in terms of texture and the way that it feels. There is no doubt about it that it is definitely a great quality and very durable because it is double stitched and it does fasten with a drawstring. I love that there is a drawstring, it really helps prevent any liquids from going through the back.

        Now onto my demo! Like mentioned in my introduction I actually used this for my soup, not so much as an extracting part of it but more of a bag to keep contents inside. My mom also would use this if she was making fish soup and wouldn't want the bones in the soup. We made Chinese Vegetable soup which consisted of Pork bones with meat, carrots, spinach, Chinese leafy greens and dried seafood. It worked out great! I really dislike it when there are crunchy parts or bones in my soup when it could be prevented. Overall it worked great and I am so excited for this bag! In terms of washing it afterwards, it was a bit messy but that was to be expected. I will definitely try this with almond milk next (the e-book is just so helpful and has so many great recipes!). I would recommend this product. 


Question of the Day
What would you do with this nut milk bag?


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  1. I have never heard of a nut milk bag. However, we drink store bought almond now and it's the only kind of milk we drink. (except my son needs chocolate milk. lol) Anyway I would love to try and make my own almond mild. It would be perfectly fresh and I imagine it would taste really good. Your soup looks delish!

  2. Oh wow, I've never heard of a product like this! It looks awesome, and I think a great addition to my kitchen or a wedding present idea. Your demo is great, I'll have to enter the giveaway :).

  3. I saw these and was really not sure what to do with them. I'm so glad to see your post because I could probably really use these for soups! I could even make almond or coconut milk with them I'm sure! What a very cool item. Your demo was fabulous too, glad to know the uses now!

  4. Interesting! I have never tried a nut milk bag before. I also didn't realize that they are great for soups! But thanks to your post I now have a healthy alternative to cow's milk :) Thank you for sharing! - Cara of

  5. I never heard of this product. I totally need to get this because I love making fish soup and always have to search for bones. This dish looks delicious. Is this on your blog? I would like to try this out. I never would of thought using a milk bag for making fish soup. Thanks for the tips.

  6. I would never had known, except for your review - I could check it out, because I do love making soup and it may be fun - thanks for your review!

  7. I've never heard about this Product . It so interesting it can be used to make Soup of all things! Would like to try it

  8. This is so interesting. I've actually never heard of it before. I think it would be neat to test out with soup.

  9. I got a nut milk bag last fall for making my own almond milk. While I like the convenience of store bought, I prefer knowing there are no extra chemicals in my food. I had been thinking about using it for holding the 'bones' when making stock, but haven't tried it yet. Glad to know it works well.

  10. I have never tried a bag like this before! I would probably use it to make a soup or stew for the kids. Or even to use to make a homemade apple cider and put the cinnamon sticks and spices in the bag.

  11. I had never heard of these bags until I read your review. I honestly don't know what I'd use it for. I'd probably start off with a soup like yours. (Yes, I know I'm a copycat!)

  12. I like the idea of making my own almond milk whenever I'd like and controlling the ingredients

  13. I love me some almond milk, I think I would try to make my own with this, also this would be useful for straining jellies! :D

  14. Thank you for this giveaway! I had to go dairy free last summer and I love the idea of making my own almond milk...thanks for the opportunity.

  15. Nut Milk Bag is the need for all families as it benefits each one of the family member and easily available online with lot of options and at pretty low prices.