Tips to Make the Best Homemade Soy Milk with Milky Plant

A common fixture in many homes, soy milk is a rich and creamy dairy substitute that may be used by anybody with a variety of dietary needs or limitations. With Milky Plant, you can easily and healthily make soy milk at home for anybody who is lactose intolerant, vegan, or just likes to try various flavors. However, when it comes to using soybeans, there are various methods to consider, including using cooked soybeans and soaking soybeans overnight then boiling the milk. Let's delve into these options and determine the best approach for making homemade soy milk with Milky Plant.

Cooked Soybeans vs. Soaking Soybeans Overnight and Boiling the Milk: Which is Better?

Each method of preparing soybeans for making soy milk offers its own unique advantages.

Cooked Soybeans: Opting for cooked soybeans offers simplicity and convenience. Ensure that your soybeans are thoroughly cooked until tender before adding them to the blending compartment of Milky Plant. Cooking the soybeans softens them, making it easier to blend and extract milk from. Additionally, cooking the soybeans can help neutralize any enzyme inhibitors present in raw soybeans, enhancing digestibility.

Soaking Soybeans Overnight and Boiling the Milk: Soaking soybeans overnight and then boiling the milk is another popular method. Begin by soaking the soybeans in water overnight to soften them. After soaking, drain and rinse the soybeans before adding them to the blending compartment. Bring the obtained soybeans milk to a boil and simmer for about 20-30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Once cooked, allow it to cool, then refrigerate.

Now that we've explored the options, let's delve into the process of making homemade soy milk with Milky Plant:

  1. Whether you opt for cooked soybeans or soaked soybeans that have been boiled to make milk, ensure they are ready for blending. Add the soybeans to the blending compartment of Milky Plant, being careful not to exceed the designated maximum line.
  1. Fill the water tank of Milky Plant with clean water, ensuring it meets the minimum level requirement.
  1. Once your ingredients are in place, initiate the blending process by activating Milky Plant. The machine will begin blending the soybeans and water, extracting the milk in the process. As blending progresses, the pulp is separated from the milk, resulting in a smooth and creamy beverage.
  1. Don't let the leftover soy pulp go to waste! This nutrient-rich residue, also known as okara, can be repurposed in various culinary creations. Use it in baking recipes like bread, muffins, or cookies, or incorporate it into savory dishes like veggie burgers, soups, or stews. Its mild flavor and soft texture make it a versatile ingredient that adds nutritional value to your meals while minimizing food waste.

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Whether you opt for cooked soybeans or soaked soybeans boiled to make milk, preparing homemade soy milk with Milky Plant is a rewarding endeavor. By following these guidelines, you can enjoy the creamy goodness of soy milk with convenience and ease. So why not give it a try and enjoy the wholesome benefits of this delightful dairy alternative?

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