Nut Milk Filter Bag-Organic Cotton – Well Earth Goods

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1 Gallon Nut Milk Filter Bag_Well Earth Goods
1 Gallon Nut Milk Filter Bag_Well Earth Goods
1 Gallon Nut Milk Filter Bag_Well Earth Goods
1 Gallon Nut Milk Filter Bag_Well Earth Goods

Nut Milk Filter Bag-Organic Cotton

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Nut Milk Strainer Bag for making loose nut milk that’s easy, super healthy, and zero waste.  

This heavy duty 1 gallon Nut Milk Filter Bag is perfect for nut milk, yogurt, and larger straining jobs.

It's so easy to make and tastes so much better than commercial products. There are no preservatives or additives like carrageenan, making it much healthier than store bought, and the left over pulp makes delicious gluten free almond flour. No plastic packaging for either the raw almonds or the milk that's always destined for the recycle bin or landfill. 100% Zero Waste, NO Plastic & Healthy.

CoffeeSock NutMIlk filters are durable and may last a year or more and are a reusable alternative to paper filters and nylon sacks. These filters out-perform any comparable disposable and reusable filters. Made in the USA with Certified Organic Cotton. Cotton imparts no flavor on the finished brew unlike paper.  All filters are sewn and packaged by happy human beings making a fair and living wage.
Packaged 1 Filter to a pack.

ReUsable | ReNewable | Economical | Simple

  • Made to Fit: Canning Jar
  • Manufactured in Austin, Texas USA
  • Organic
  • Easy cleanup - Just empty nut blend, rinse, and hang to thoroughly dry.
  • High quality and less expensive than many market alternatives.
  • Made from Organic Cotton - a responsibly produced, renewable resource

Shipping practices - All Well Earth Goods products are packed in 100% recyclable paper based materials including recycled paper tape, recycled labels, recycled mailer envelopes and recycled paper for cushioning.  No plastic is ever used, and the smallest boxes or envelopes possible are used to reduce materials.