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Created on: 01/12/12 05:15 PM Views: 613 Replies: 2
Making nonfat soy milk - oops
Posted Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 5:15 PM

I got the notice in the mail box that my defatted soy flour was at the post office to be picked up. Yea!!

I found a recepie on the internet and brought 3 cups of water to a boil then add 1 cup defatted soy flour.

It immediately overflowed and I lost about a cup on the stovetop.

I simmered it for 20 minutes (per directions) and then poured it in a cheese cloth where it just sat.

I took it out of the cheesecloth and poured it in a colander and go 2 cups of thick milk. I added Truvia (is this vegan???) and vanilla. It's more like a vanilla chalky shake. OK but I think it will just sit on top of my oatmeal in the morning.

Any suggestions to improve. I still have 4.5 lbs of defatted soy flour to experiment with.

Thanks!
NFV Don

RE: Making nonfat soy milk - oops
Posted Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 6:17 PM

Truvia is vegan. But I don't know how to improve your project, although it sounds fascinating.

Susan Levin, MS, RD
PCRM Director of Nutrition Education

RE: Making nonfat soy milk - oops
Posted Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 9:37 PM

The only time I tried to make soymilk with with a SoyaJoy or something like that with whole soybeans. Sorry I can't help with this one.

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