SoyaJoy uses presoaked soybeans, a process which I prefer for several
reasons. First of all, the volume of soymilk produced is greater.
This is especially important if you like making homemade tofu, as
I do. With three quarts of homemade soymilk (two batches) made with
presoaked Laura Beans, I can produce almost 19 ounces of fresh, delicious
tofu. Also, I consider the taste of soymilk made with presoaked soybeans
to be superior.
It really isn¹t
a big deal to presoak the beans and you can let them soak from six
to sixteen hours. Generally, when I set the beans to soak the night
before, I make the soymilk in the morning. When I set the beans
to soak in the morning, I make the soymilk later in the day. The
process is effortless. Just fill the canister with water to between
the raised lines, place the beans in the filter cup, plug in the
electric cord and press on. That¹s all there is to it!
My Soy Talk
board members have also recommended filtering fresh soymilk through
a "gold" permanent type coffee filter for maximum creaminess.
I have tried this and find that this method does add a silky texture
to the soymilk. I love making homemade soymilk and tofu, and have
never experienced a problem with my SoyaJoy Soymilk Maker. I recommend
this handy machine to anyone who is interested having in fresh,
delicious soymilk on hand reasonably and deliciously! To view videos
demonstrating making homemade soymilk and tofu using the SoyaJoy
Soymilk Maker, go to: www.vegtv.com.
Oser is the VegSource Host of Soy Talk.
She is a bestselling author, columnist, and on-camera chef at www.VegTv.com
Her latest book is More Soy Cooking, John Wiley & Sons,
gets VegSource's highest rating!
Jeff and Sabrina have been having a ball with their SoyaJoy Soymilk
Maker, coming up with a variety of different flavors and consistencies.
You can't go wrong with a SoyaJoy -- we love it! Don't be fooled
by imitations and Johnny-come-lately ripoffs -- SoyaJoy is the original,
the granddaddy that started it all! The quality of construction,
the safety and the power of the machine are the best out there.
It's made of the finest materials available -- a surgical stainless
steel cooking pot with smooth edges all around -- and it's built
for safety and ease of use. It's not only the best, it also happens
to be the most reasonably priced! Compared to SoyaJoy, other soymilk
makers look like toys! We will be giving away SoyaJoy Soymilk Makers
during the VegSource