My husband and I love to drink soy milk, but homemade equipment really isn't good enough, and it's too much of a hassle to make. Soaking beans, grinding beans, straining leftover beans, and boiling soy milk is best, and my husband is really good at speaking, and he won't drink leftover beans if he's not okay. After many years, I finally got out a long-sealed manual soy machine and used it once, dried it this time and immediately resealed it, I was so tired!Materials Appropriate amount of soybeans Appropriate amount of water Practice
Pre-wash soybeans and soak them in water
Place soybeans in cooker, add some water to break them up
Pour in whipped soy milk and filter it with fine sandpaper
I usually filter at least three times, you can’t be lazy here, it really affects taste
If you find filtered soy milk too thick, you can add a little water to adjust taste
Cook on pot. My mother-in-law used to say that soy milk is not like other milks. It does not boil at all after a single boil. It must be boiled at least three times. When pot overflows, immediately turn off heat and then turn on low heat to continue cooking.
Cooked soy milk. If you don't like initial taste, add appropriate amount of sugar and mix well.