How to make soybean milk?

soybean milk - We love it so much
China
March 8, 2009 10:07pm CST
My husband and I love soybean milk so much, so I want to make it for our breakfast, but I do not know how to deal with it, can you help me? Happy mylotting!
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@aprilten (1966)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
I'm sorry but I can't tell you how. My suggestion is to search it on the internet. I'm sure the internet will have lots of results for that.
@aprilten (1966)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
Here's one of the links. It's looks like it's a lot of work before you can have your soya milk. But, of course, homemade is always better. http://www.soya.be/how-to-make-soy-milk.php
@mizcash (686)
• Canada
9 Mar 09
Purchase the juiceman's latest juicer and that has the attachment to make soya milk with instructions
@Ritchelle (3797)
• Philippines
9 Mar 09
2 cups fresh soybeans water salt to taste sugar to taste 1) Soak soybeans in water for at least 6 hours. 2) Rinse thoroughly. 3) Grind soybeans or blend with water at high speed. 4) Extract soybean milk by squezzing, using cheese cloth or mulin cloth. 5) Add water to soybean milk to make 8 cups of liquid. 6) Cook soymilk in a kettle over medium flame. 7) Bring to a boil, stirring occasionally. 8) Lower fire and keep kettle uncovered. 9) Simmer for at least an hour. 10) Add salt and sugar to taste. 11) Let cool. 12) Serve hot or cold.
• United States
9 Mar 09
If you like soybean milk and you want to learn to make it yourself, I have the perfect book for you. I have had this book for many years and love it. I looked it up on www.amazon.com and it is still available and has a five star rating. The book is The New Vegetarian Cookbook, by Hagler and Bates (Paperback-1988). Amazon has it listed to buy it new or used. This book gives several methods of making the soy milk with some black and white pictures. You can pick which recipe you like best or want to try first. There are many recipes in this book for Tofu (Banana Cream Tofu Pie - guests love it), Nutritional Yeast Flakes (golden yeast gravy - husband loves this), soy burgers, tempeh, tvp, beans, etc. I am surprised at how many non-healthy people love these recipes as long as I don't tell them it is healthy and the ingredients. The book I have is a paperback. That is not a problem. I cover the cover in clear contact paper and I can keep it clean in my kitchen. Happy cooking, I hope this helps.