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@The_King Can teach us the steps on how to make soya milk?

 

 

Step 1: wash and then soak the soya bean (soak for at least 8 hr) water have to be at leeast 4 times the height of the bean

 

step 2: put the soya bean into a blender and add water then blend for 1 min nutil all smooth (mine blender is 2200watt motor so 1min is enough, for normal blender try 1.30min to 3min)

 

step 3: pour soya in a cheese coth and squeeze into a pot

 

step 4: mid heat until boil and keep striring it then simmer for 5 to 10min or even longer depend how beany taste you like.

 

step 5: enjoy

 

 

 

ps: i used 250gram soya for 1.6 to 1.7 lites of water, very thick and shock, never drink such a thick soya milk before but i really like it. much much better the water down soya milk outside selling

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Step 1: wash and then soak the soya bean (soak for at least 8 hr) water have to be at leeast 4 times the height of the bean

 

step 2: put the soya bean into a blender and add water then blend for 1 min nutil all smooth (mine blender is 2200watt motor so 1min is enough, for normal blender try 1.30min to 3min)

 

step 3: pour soya in a cheese coth and squeeze into a pot

 

step 4: mid heat until boil and keep striring it then simmer for 5 to 10min or even longer depend how beany taste you like.

 

step 5: enjoy

 

 

 

ps: i used 250gram soya for 1.6 to 1.7 lites of water, very thick and shock, never drink such a thick soya milk before but i really like it. much much better the water down soya milk outside selling

 

Thks alot for the detailed explanation. I tried making soya bean milk years ago but i remember it not being nearly as sweet/flavourful as what is sold outside. Even after adding spoonful of sugars, the taste still came up short.

 

Do you add any salt, sweeteners or flavouring to it.

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Thks alot for the detailed explanation. I tried making soya bean milk years ago but i remember it not being nearly as sweet/flavourful as what is sold outside. Even after adding spoonful of sugars, the taste still came up short.

 

Do you add any salt, sweeteners or flavouring to it.

i add a little stevia, nothing else.

 

outside sweet/flavourful because they add lot of chemical inside

 

 

now i love thick soya milk

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i add a little stevia, nothing else.

 

outside sweet/flavourful because they add lot of chemical inside

 

 

now i love thick soya milk

 

So what happen to the Bean curd?

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Vatt this, good for the kidney, vare is my beaf steak or roast pork?

 

tis evening, I only got tapau, nasi not lemak.

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@The_King @zwong i make soyamilk/almond milk without cheesecloth coz too stingy to buy

 

me using the normal food strainer instead but the liquid all kena stucked

 

anyway not nice de lah

 

king u say u diabetes right? then you still eat white rice??!!! doc say i got pre-diabetes liao :(

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@The_King @zwong i make soyamilk/almond milk without cheesecloth coz too stingy to buy

 

me using the normal food strainer instead but the liquid all kena stucked

 

anyway not nice de lah

 

king u say u diabetes right? then you still eat white rice??!!! doc say i got pre-diabetes liao :(

try low carb high fat diet

 

i saw all video using cheese cloth, so i use, there a shop in amk near s11 whole saler selling cheese cloth for 2.50

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Steak leh.. Cannot tell ah :(

 

Because of religious reason, cannot eat steak, so abit blur blur. Ps ps

 

Rooks good though.

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Because of religious reason, cannot eat steak, so abit blur blur. Ps ps

 

Rooks good though.

Ohh. Okok. :)

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@zwong you are buddhist?

 

haiz that time me like this girl, bring her out to jiak mcdonald, me jiak dbl qtr pounder she scold me then ignore me le

 

:(

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@zwong you are buddhist?

 

haiz that time me like this girl, bring her out to jiak mcdonald, me jiak dbl qtr pounder she scold me then ignore me le

 

:(

 

Yeah buddhist but moi ish do not mind ppl eating beef infront of moi.

 

Just your luck chiu met a gal who is more particular about such religious practise.

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Vatt this, good for the kidney, vare is my beaf steak or roast pork?

 

tis evening, I only got tapau, nasi not lemak.

Purple cabbage and corn soup

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nice & looks succulent... a bit raw for me though

 

Ya.. This part was abit too rare coz its slightly thicker.. But the rest was medium rare so just nice.. :)

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Steak leh.. Cannot tell ah :(

 

It seems like ah Khaw just died and you are already feasting on it. This is cannibalism, anyway when will you be feasting on this fella or another Khaw, we can gather every1 here for a BBKill.

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that one is leftover pulp

 

and pulp can be use for this

 

Nice.

 

If those pulp are turn into writing material the world will be much happier, happy feasting.

 

So where is my bean curd, just teasing.

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