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    Making Soy Milk

    My method of making soy milk. Total time one hours and 30 minutes after the beans have been soaked. Soy milk is the basic ingredient for making Tofu. The finished product is excellent, and as the maker, at least you will know what has been used. Cost less than a dollar.
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    Default Soy Milk Residue

    http://www.durgan.org/ShortURL/?LNCIL 14 September 2008 Soy Milk Residue.
    This has been dried in the oven at 275F, and will be used as a morning cereal with cows milk. The residue has a most pleasant flavor, and would even make a nice finger snack.


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    Durgan, you are so resourceful and make it look so easy!

    Thank-you for taking the time to upload all the photos and actually showing us how it's done.
    Michelle in middle Tennessee!


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    Durgan,

    You're very ambitious! I never ventured into soy milk until we got a Soyabella. Makes it really easy. And we have the okara for cooking. Trouble is, we often run out of things to use the okara with. (It's just me and my husband.) Any good okara recipes?

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    Default Utilizing Soy Milk Fiber Residue

    http://www.durgan.org/ShortURL/?YUHVD 3 October 2008 Utilizing Soy Milk Fiber Residue
    Drying the soy milk residue fiber in the oven was found to be inadequate. Making paddies and cooking in the microwave for about three minutes dries the center of the paddy, then cooking in the oven at 375F for an hour browns the paddies to a nice consistency. I found cooking in the microwave individually does a better center drying than trying a a number of paddies on a plate-probably depending upon the power of one's microwave. These cooked paddies have a most pleasant taste, and may be utilized in many ways. Possibilities are serving like pancakes, or eaten like scones. This residue probably has as many nutrients as the soy milk, plus fiber. Mixing with vegetables and serving vegeburgers after the microwave treatment is another real possibility. Serving possibilities are only limited by one's imagination.


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