HaveSome Goods Nut Milk Bag Review #nutmilkbag

by Heather


It’s the start of a new year which means many of us are taking steps to get healthier. We all have our own way of doing things. Be it exercising, eating healthier, meditating, taking “me” time, the list goes on and on. This year, why not try something new?

What about making milk, sprouting, or juicing?

Okay, so there are a few things that even make me nervous. I’m still not completely sure what sprouting is. I haven’t perfected the art of juicing. BUT, making milk … hmmm … maybe, just maybe I could do that. It can’t be THAT hard, right? The real question was where to begin.

Almond Milk! We have all seen the commercials for it. If you’re anything like me, your first thought was probably something along the lines of “Huh?” The next question was probably “Milk comes from cows, how exactly does start with almonds and end up with milk?” Third question is probably “I wonder what it tastes like?” Your fourth question was probably “I’ll bet it’s expensive.”

Yes I know number four wasn’t really a question.

Now there is an easy way to find the answers to all your questions. The Nut Milk Bag from Havesome Goods.

So, how does it really work? It is actually kind of simple. Take some almonds and soak them in water for a day. One key point here is to not let them sit for more than a day. The water gets this fuzzy stuff on top that doesn’t look super appetizing. I think they call it mold. Not that I’m sharing this from personal experience or anything.

After the almonds have soaked for up to but not more than a day, you drain off the water, and blend them up in a blender with some fresh water. Then you pour all that into the nut milk bag inside of a large bowl. Squeeze it out and you have fresh almond milk. Add in some natural sweetener like maple syrup and a little cinnamon and you have a tasty milk replacement. It’s a lot healthier and tastes a lot like regular milk. Yum!

Nut Milk Bag


  • Reusable, Sturdy, & Durable
  • Strong reinforced double stitching stops waste
  • High quality nylon fine mesh, draw string
  • 10” X 12” bag
  • Rinse to clean
  • Easy to use round bottom



Disclosure: Free product was received to facilitate this review in conjunction with Tomoson.com. Regardless, all opinions expressed are still 100% my own. Please note, this post may contain an affiliate link.

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barbara langley February 6, 2015 - 12:04 pm
Healthy milk replacement,and it only takes a day,wow,amazing. Thank you.
lindamanns February 7, 2015 - 11:41 am
This is a very interesting concept. I would love to give it a try. Thank you so much for sharing
lisa February 7, 2015 - 12:32 pm
I might pick one just out of curiosity. This sounds pretty good, if not a bit strange. Sprouting? I need to look that one up.
ranadurham February 10, 2015 - 8:16 am
i love this. very creative way of milk replacement. I learned a lot and should invest in these.
jeffrey Molnar February 19, 2015 - 12:39 pm
this looks like it would be great for sprouting. I love to make my own sprouts and put them on my salad and I've been looking for something just like this.
Heather Pfingsten February 19, 2015 - 1:56 pm
What you said here just reaffirmed my fear of "sprouting." I need to do more research and figure this out. hehe
denise low March 16, 2015 - 11:53 am
Never have tried this and I really don't know if I will. Thanks for the information
Lara C. October 1, 2015 - 11:13 am
This is cool! The idea of making my own almond milk was intimidating but a product like this makes it seem a little easier!
Elizabeth Johnson November 26, 2015 - 11:00 pm
I love nuts! I can put away a whole can just by myself. (Not something to be proud of.) I also really love almond milk, so this looks really cool.
Edna Williams December 4, 2015 - 10:13 pm
Healthy concept! I love this! Thanks for sharing!

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