Reusable Nut Milk Filter
Alternative to cartons of nut milk.
These filters are durable and may last a year or more. Made with Certified Organic Cotton, this material imparts no flavor on the finished brew unlike paper. Cotton is 90% cellulose, which is a tasteless and odorless compound that is insoluble in water. High quality and less expensive than many market alternatives.
Packaged 1 Filter to a pack.
Made to Fit: Canning Jar
Goes Great With:
Made from Organic Cotton - a responsibly produced, renewable resource
Nut Milk Recipe (64 ounce serving)
- 2 cups of Raw Nuts (soaked or blanched)
- 4-8 Medjool Dates (optional to sweeten)
- 1 Whole Vanilla Bean or 1/2 tsp. of vanilla extract (optional)
- 1/2 tsp of Nutmeg or Cinnamon (optional)
- 1/4 tsp of Sea Salt
- Pour boiling water over nuts to cover and let stand for an hour. Alternately soak refrigerated in cold water overnight.
- Drain nuts and place in a blender.
- Cover nuts with filtered water.
- Add other ingredients as desired.
- Blend thoroughly until nuts are finely chopped.
- Secure filter on the neck of jar.
- Pour liquid nut mixture into filter and let the liquid pass into the jar.
- Twist the neck of the filter, wrap strap around twisted fabric, fit ring over twisted neck of filter, drop filter into the jar.
- Fill jar with filtered water to 8 cup mark.
- Let rest in refrigerator for 6 hours to overnight.
- Remove filter while wringing out liquids.
- Slowly twist and lower ring to squeeze out all milk.
- Remove filter from jar and enjoy!
- Turn Nut Meal out into a container if saving, meal can be dehydrated or toasted for use in baking, or added to cereals, or fed to chickens.
Easy cleanup - Just empty nut blend, rinse, and hang to thoroughly dry.
Once every 6-8 weeks, boil filters in fresh water for 10 minutes to remove accumulated oils. If the filters are soiled with perishable food at anytime, boil for at least 10 minutes to sanitize. Additionally, you can add a scoop of baking soda to further enhance your filter.
End of Life Instructions
Cotton can be composted. Each pack lasts about 1 year.
Where It Comes From
CoffeeSock filters are made in Austin, Texas. All filters are sewn and packaged by happy human beings making a fair and living wage.