Eco Peaceful Nut Milk Bag & Cheesecloth Product Review

After living a plant-based, raw pure living lifestyle for 5 years now, I finally had the experience to use a nut milk bag and cheesecloth. To be honest, I have never heard of such a product before going vegan.

As I was searching online for a good supplier for a nut milk bag, I came across some interesting investigative research that Lena Mumma from EcoPeaceful.com had conducted regarding the deceit happening in the nut milk bag industry…

Lena loves educating herself and others about eco and peaceful ways of living, and every now and then exposing people and companies that are not acting in the best interest of the public. She is a vegan activist who really isn’t afraid to speak her truth.

According to Lena, several other nut milk bag producers/sellers claim that their bags are 100% natural or organic, BUT she has found that their bags are in fact sewn with polyester threads! Polyester ARE chemicals! Here video below gives the FULL details along with a Textile Burn Test of threads she did! Watch below and beware buyers! 

This information was quite alarming to me, but was relieved to have finally found a trust-worthy supplier like Lena who use truly 100% organic cotton made in the U.S.A and are not looking to deceive the people. That’s why, I was excited to have been sent a nut milk bag and cheesecloth so I can share and review here.  

Eco Peaceful Nut Milk Bag and Cheesecloth

Both the nut milk bag and cheese cloths are made with TRULY 100% ORGANIC cotton, free from GMOs and pesticides. The nut milk bag does a great job at removing any excess water in things like sauces and dehydrated goods. Now, making my own plant-based nut or seed mylk just got easier! Simply take soaked and sprouted nuts or seeds and blend them up in a high-speed blender with 2 cups of filtered water until a creamy and smooth consistency. Pour the mylk base in your nut milk bag and strain the liquid out of it. You will be left with the by-product or pulp, which can be used to make dehydrated treats, such as cookies, bread or even pizza crust! Get creative and have fun with it. You’re using your food wisely and this way is eco-friendly, as well. 
 
The cheesecloth is perfect to make your own homemade cultured cheese. All you do is strain any excess water from the cheese and let the cheese harden inside the bag. I will embed a video on how to make raw vegan, dairy-free cheese so you have an idea. 
 
I love how new the bag and cloth feel after they have been washed. I had to clean my bag and cloth in boiling water with a few squirts of Dr. Bronner’s soap to disinfect it. Now since everything strained with the bag is clean, I give it a basic wash by letting it soak in warm filtered water with a couple of squirts of soap or a drop of Bragg’s apple cider vinegar. Works very well to keep the bag and cloth clean and avoid getting any mold from any residue. 
 
I HIGHLY recommend a nut milk bag and cheesecloth to those adopting a plant-based lifestyle and ditching dairy. 

You can purchase your nut milk bag and/or cheesecloth on either Amazon, Ebay or on her Etsy shop. The shopping cart on Eco Peaceful’s website does not work, so you can purchase them from those 3 online stores. 

You can learn more about this in her Destruction vs Deceit post here. She totally exposes the chemicals commonly used to make nut milk bags and cheesecloths. 

 

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Miliany Bonet is an ambitious 19 years young, world-renowned, raw vegan teen blogger, author and entrepreneur who is passionate about sharing her love and desire for a plant-based lifestyle. She’s also the main contributor at 0medz0.com. Her passion for writing shines through her posts.

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