Reusable Nut Milk Filter

Nut milk filters are made with organic cotton, a renewable resource.  They are a durable and cost effective alternative to paper filters.

What can you do with nut milk?  You can drink it or add it to coffee and smoothies.  You can pour it over cereal.  You can cook with it.  Bake with it.  Boil rice in it.  Make cheese.  Ice creams.  Almost anything you do with dairy can be done with nut milks.

It's good for you, and the cows can sleep in.  

How many nuts can you milk?  Almond nut, Macadamia nut, Cashew nut, Walnut nut, Brazil nut, Peanut (not a nut), but don't stop there.  Soy Beans, Rice, Oats (so quick, easy, and affordable to make!), Spelt, Barley, Coconut (also not a nut, it's a seed!), Sesame seed, Hemp Seed, Rice (Horchata).  Also teas, Black, Green, White, Hibiscus, Chai.

* Please note this product will soon be archived from the shop. Wondering where to find this product in the future? Email us and we’ll be happy to help you find another source for the product.

Use & Care

large funnel

Hand wash the filter and hang to dry.

Compost your remaining nut pieces or use them in blended butters or as bases for soups, smoothies or baking.  


Recyclable kraft cardboard box.


Made from a renewable resource, sewn by hand and by machine at a family owned and operated company in Texas.  Cotton is sourced from both Texas and India, to source organic cotton in the most sustainable ways.

Simply compost the remaining nut pieces or use them in blended butters or as bases for soups, smoothies or baking.  Then hand wash the filter and hang to dry.

End of Life

Cotton nut filters can be composted.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Jackie R. (Seattle, WA, US)
Worth it!

I have tried using tshirts, linen cloths and a cotton produce bag in an effort to purchase less. However, that deterred me in making my own milks at home. This is such a useful tool. It cuts down so much time and is relatively easy to clean (boil for 10 mins after use and dry completely). The ring that slides in helps to squeeze further any liquid out. I also purchased the wide mason jar funnel and together it makes it so much easier to do.

Alyssa (Seattle, WA, US)
No longer buying alt milks!

Decided I wanted to start making my own oat milk so I bought this filter to help me achieve that. Worked great! I ended up straining my oat milk twice for extra smoothness, and the filter rinsed out very easily between uses!

KB (Seattle, WA, US)

This handy little bag is the best to make any sort of non-diary milk at home! Great design, easy to use, and strains all the pulp beautifully. Once you start making your own milk, you’ll never be running to the store last minute again. So delicious - and this bag will encourage you along in the process.

Michele (Seattle, WA, US)
Hello coconut milk

I've used other mesh strainers but this one worked way better! I strained the milk again with a a wire strainer just in case but I didn't need to, it did a snazzy job the first time around. I also really loved the tapered design of the bag which made the process of squeezing it easy and relatively mess free.

Elizabeth (Seattle, WA, US)
Best Hemp Milk!

This has revolutionized our hemp milk making. Gone are the days when we had chunky hemp milk in our coffee! Easy to use and wash. Highly recommend it for homemade non-dairy milks.