How To Make Soy Milk
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Hi friends! I’m super excited about my new SoyaJoy Milk Maker.
I decided to purchase it because I love soy milk, but buying it at the store can get pretty expensive pretty fast, and many brands contain preservatives that I’d rather avoid.
Now, with this device, I can easily make soy milk (and a ton of tofu) at home without any fuss.
It’s super easy to prepare; I just soak the soybeans, add them to the machine with water, and let it do its thing. The result is fresh, delicious soy milk that’s free from any artificial ingredients.
Plus, I can customize the flavor and sweetness to my liking. I’m looking forward to experimenting with different recipes and enjoying fresh soy milk whenever I want. And hopefully, share newer soy-based recipes with you.
How to make soy milk
- 1/2 cup soy beans
- 6.5 cups water
- Wash and soak the soy beans in a bowl for 8 hours or overnight.
- Drain and transfer to your SoyaJoy Milk Maker. Add 6.5 cups of water (~1500 ml.). Place the cover and set it to 'Soaked Beans' settings.
- The beep goes off after 36 minutes, which means your soy milk is ready. Let it cool down a bit and strain using a nut milk bag.
- That's it. Homemade, preservative-free soy milk is done. Let it cool completely and transfer it to an air-tight jar. Refrigerate for 2 days (max 3).
If you liked this How To Make Soy Milk recipe, check out these delicious Matcha Hazelnut Chocolate Cookies (made using soy milk) I posted earlier.
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