Sojamilch selber machen

Making your own fresh soy drinks saves money and tastes better:

  • Have you changed your diet to not, or hardly, using conventional milk?
  • Are you sick and tired of carrying bought soy, almond, or rice drinks home all the time?
  • Do you want to do something for the environment and avoid pointless packaging?
  • Is your preference to cook using fresh and (if possible) regional ingredients?
  • You want to make sure that there are no added preservatives in milk substitutes?
  • You are already financially burdened and want to save some money, where possible?

 

Its easy with the and soy maker:

  1. Place the soaked soybeans into the machine (the soybeans should soak for several hours before processing – it makes the drink taste better and more wholesome).
  2. Add water up to the mark.
  3. Start the machine and wait for the sound to announce the end of the program (it takes 30 minutes).
  4. Strain the drink through the supplied strainer

And your freshly made soy milk is ready!

 

AND SOY saves money:

Natural soy milk costs €1.50 – 2.29 per litre in the supermarket.

From 500g soybeans you can prepare 8.3 litres of soymilk – at AND SOY, 500g of organic soybeans from Austria cost €2.55 – just a little more than 1 litre of your bought drink.

1 litre of homemade, fresh soy drink only costs 30 cents – the self-prepared drinks are up to 80% cheaper than comparable finished products.

You can easily make your own tofu with your homemade soymilk!

 

What to do with the leftovers that remain?

The solid components are already reusable! Don’t throw it out! Unfortunately, many people don’t know what to do with the leftovers – here are some tips.

With the so-called “Okara” – the solid components of soymilk, which settle on the bottom or get caught in the sieve when sieving the milk, can be used for patties, or Laberln: simply add flour, fresh garlic, salt, pepper and soup seasoning and bake in oil.

(Source: mitohnekochen)