These Fine Mesh Straining Bags help eliminate excess waste from live, like those single use coffee filters, individually packaged tea bags, or standard cheese cloths.
These bags have a durable construction that will last for years. The extra strong exterior overlock stitching prevents strained particles from getting trapped in the stitching, and round bottom prevents debris in corners.
Made from a special 2.5 oz. single-ply organic cotton fabric with a relaxed woven, fine mesh construction, which allows the liquid to pass easier. This allows a lot less work to squeeze out those last drops, and keeps the strained liquid pulp and sediment free.
Perfect for all your straining needs!
- Almond nut milk
- Cold brew coffee steeping
- Loose leaf tea steeping
- Kombucha steeping
- Juice straining
- Canning straining
- Yogurt straining
- Sprouting bag
- Hop grain (beer) bag
- Herb, spice steeping in soups and broths
- … and much, much more!
Set of 4 sizes:
- Large – 12 x 13 in: perfect for nut milk, yogurt, and larger straining jobs
- Medium – 7 x 10 in: for wide mouth mason jars, perfect for larger batches of cold brew coffee
- Small – 6 x 8 in: for regular mouth mason jars, perfect for smaller batches of cold brew coffee
- X-Small – 3.5 x 5.5 in: sized for tea pots or large cups of steeping tea
ALL sizes can be used for steeping herbs and spices for soups and broths.
Care: After using, just flip the straining bag inside out, and rinse the contents off. Easy to care for, machine or hand wash them in COLD water and flat or line dry. They are made of unprocessed fabric, never washed or bleached, so they will shrink about 10% after the first wash.
This fabric is GOTS certified for both ECOLOGY and SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY for the entire production process, including growing, harvesting, spinning yarn, weaving/knitting fabric, and sewing bags. Since they're made of unprocessed cotton, they bring additional benefits to our health and environment by avoiding highly toxic pesticides, fertilizers, bleaches, and dyes used in regular cotton crops.
Designed, packaged, and shipped in the United States; cotton grown and bags manufactured in India.