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Soy milk maker, assembled
interior of soy milk maker base
Top and core part of soy milk maker
Filter barrel at bottom of soy milk maker core, with grinding blades
Grinding blades of soy milk maker, one with guard removed
Diagram of parts for soy milk maker
Accessories at bottom of soy milk maker box
Box for Soy Millk Maker

Soy Milk Maker

Regular price
$89.79
Sale price
$89.79

Info: Electronic Appliance to Grind and Heat Soy Beans to Make Soy Milk

This soya milk maker can produce ready-to-use / drink soymilk using just soybeans and water in only 18 minutes, at a fraction of the cost of packaged versions and with none of their waste. It can even work with dry soy beans to start (you just need to rinse them, first), and you can make almond milk with it, as well.

Info: Electronic Appliance to Grind and Heat Soy Beans to Make Soy Milk

This soya milk maker can produce ready-to-use / drink soymilk using just soybeans and water in only 18 minutes, at a fraction of the cost of packaged versions and with none of their waste. It can even work with dry soy beans to start (you just need to rinse them, first), and you can make almond milk with it, as well.

Product Notes:

Soymilk has a creamy texture and is a delicious alternative for those who are lactose intolerant or want a change from traditional dairy. Naturally high in protein, fiber, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals while being low in cholesterol and sugar, soy milk tastes great in coffee, iced lattes, hot/cold cereals, smoothies, sauces, baked goods, as well as on its own.

Please note that as a clearance item, these soymilk makers are final sale.

Dimensions and Capacity: The Soy Milk Maker is some 12 inches (30 cm) high, not including the handle, and about 7 inches (17.5 cm) across (not including the handle or small spout).

To make the soya milk, you start with about 80 grams or a volume of about four fluid ounces of beans, plus between 1.1 litres (the minimum amount) and 1.3 litres (the maximum) of ordinary drinking water.

This device was imported into Canada by Jacal Trading Co Ltd, of Vancouver. Its principle components appear to be similar to units issued under the Soylove brand.

What's Included in the Box:

1) The main device, which consists of:
- a plastic outer base with a swivel carrying handle, within which there is a stainless steel water tank;
- a head unit, which contains the electronic components on top, a motor (situated inside a plastic cover), a water overflow detector, a low-water detector, a thermal sensor, grinding blades (which have plastic protective slip-on covers to put on before cleaning the surrounding areas), which are encased with a metal filter barrel (which twists on or off), and a heating element.

2) Accessories, including a cleaning brush; a sieve/strainer for washing the soybeans; measuring cups for the soybeans; a large plastic immersing bowl (not shown: it stores inside the main base when not in use) to hold and immerse the bottom part of the core in after its production cycle is complete so it can cool down and stay humid to make it easier to clean; a scrubbing pad for the heating element; and of course the three-prong power cord to plug it into a standard grounded wall outlet.

Suggested Usage:

1) Prepare the soybeans. If you do not have the time or inclination to presoak the beans first (which likely produces better results), select the taller of the two included measuring cups, fill it with dry beans, and then use the included sieve to rinse them under water to clean them. Or, using the shorter version of the two cups, measure out up to two of these shorter cups of beans, put them in a bowl or some other container, and cover them in water and soak them for 4 to 12 hours to ready them for use. (Either way, judging by similar products, this would appear to be about 80 grams of dry beans, to start with.)

2) Place either the freshly rinsed dry beans or the presoaked beans into the metal filter barrel, where they will get ground up. (To get to that barrel starting with the fully assembled device, just pull up on the handle on the head unit to remove it from the base, and twist the metal filter barrel slightly to the right to unlock it, and then wiggle and pull it down to remove it. Then reverse that procedure to reattach it.)

3) Remove the white plastic cooling and soaking container from the base (if it has not been already), fill its tank with between 1,100 and 1,300 ml of cool or room temperature (but NOT hot) water, such that the water level is between the two measuring ridges which appear about halfway up the tank, underneath the spout. In some cases, where there is lower water quality, it may help to add a little salt to the water, if you find it tends to overflow while boiling. (Although that can also happen if various parts of the machine are not clean, or if the soy beans are too stale.)

4) Place the head unit back onto the base / pot and orient it correctly (with the pins lined up at the back, and the indicator lights facing forward, on either side of the spout).

5) Plug both ends of the power cord in, to the socket at the back of the head unit, and to a grounded wall outlet. The power indicator on the right should immediately turn red, to show it is receiving power, and then turn green about five seconds later to show that the heating operation has commenced (as long as the unit's water level indicators do not report anything amiss).

6) The unit will then operate for 18 minutes, and sound a buzzer when the processing is complete.

7) Unplug the unit, and fill the white plastic container with cool water and bring it next to the machine.

8) Remove the head unit from the base by pulling up on its top handle and lifting it out of the base, as before, and place it into the white plastic immersing bowl to cool down and soak, for easier cleaning. Caution: the bottom surfaces will be hot: do not touch them with bare hands.

9) The prepared soy milk can either be transferred to another container to be cooled, flavoured, or consumed, as desired.

10) Clean the machine to prepare it for the next use, using the included brush and scrubbing pad.

Warnings:

Do not connect and plug in the power cord until everything is in place ready to operate: it turns itself on as soon as it gets plugged in.

Nor should you unplug the unit until its whole cycle is complete. If the power gets interrupted during the operation, you should discard the contents and start again with new ingredients.

Do not use more than one of the taller cups of dry beans or two of the shorter cups worth of presoaked beans to make soy milk, to prevent the heating element from getting charred.

Do not use hot water.

To avoid cutting yourself while cleaning the rest of the underside of the head unit, be sure to out the plastic blade covers back onto the cutting blades as soon as you brush them off first.

Do not get the top part of the head unit wet; doing so may lead to the motor spinning or heating element operating constantly, rather than just as needed. (If you do so by accident, either let itself dry for a few days before using it again, or use a hair dryer if you can't wait that long.)

UPC / Barcode: 6924594102107