Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Soy Milk

I usually purchase soy milk from the grocery store but sometimes when I want plain old fashioned soy milk without anything added to it, I make my own.

It is quite simple and contains only 2 ingredients:

1 pound of plain soy beans (rinsed, then soaked overnight)
4 litres of water


1. Drain soaked beans

2. Add a small amount of the soybeans into a blender with water and puree

Ex. 1 cup of soy beans with 2-3 cups water

3. Pour puree into a straining bag and strain twice to ensure no pulp

4. Pour strained soy milk into a rice cooker

5. Repeat steps 2-4 until beans and water are all gone

6. Cook the liquid in the rice cooker for 30 minutes or until it comes to a boil

7. Add sugar to taste if desired

If you do not have a rice cooker, bring the soy milk to a boil and simmer in a pot for 15 min.
The soy milk can be served cold or warm. Enjoy!

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