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Soy Milk Makers
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My wife would like to start making her own soy milk. Can anyone recommend a brand/model of soy milk maker?

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Not sure about a maker, but there are instructions for making soy and/or other milk which doesn't require anything special at all. For soy and nut milks, it often involves using cheese cloth to strain it. I think the basic idea is to cook soy flour in water, strain it, and add vanilla and sweetener if desired. A little xanthan gives it a nice creamy consistency, which is what you'll find listed on the ingredients list of most brands of non-dairy milks.

Nut milks are perhaps the quickest to make, as there is no cooking required. Just put some nuts in the blender with water, process until smooth, add sweetener, etc. Straining is optional, but probably won't be necessary if your blender's blades are sharp enough, and you run it for a sufficient amount of time.

A search for recipes should turn up plenty, though there's really no trick to it IMHO.

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I know they can't be that expensive or complicated because my sister has one. I'll ask her what kind she likes when I talk with her next!

ETA: This is what she directed me to. She says she had a SoyQuick, but she broke it by washing it. Also probably because she is a klutz (she and I are so alike ... )

Review of soy milk makers

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