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A couple nights ago we soaked some soy beans in the fridge to make soy milk. In order to make soy milk, you have to soak the beans*, strain the beans, remove the hulls, add water, blend the beans, filter the mix and heat the liquid with a bit of salt and honey. Removing the hulls was quite the task but worth every second once we tried it as a Green Tea with Ginger Soy Latté! So tasty and sweet in flavor - because of the honey. We'll definitely be trying it again soon! The left over soy pulp is called 'okara'. Okara can be made into tofu and applied to different recipes!


* If the anti nutrients in soy are not removed by extensive preparation like fermentation or soaking, soybeans are really bad for your health. Learn more about it here.

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Tags: beans, milk, organic, soy

Comment by Cornelia on June 30, 2012 at 9:18am

Thanks so much for sharing this, Gabriela. What is the recipe that you followed? I'd love to learn more about your process!

Comment by Gabriela on July 1, 2012 at 5:35pm

I have posted the recipe on my blog- take a look:

http://ourearthland.blogspot.ca/2012/07/how-to-make-organic-soy-mil...

Good luck and enjoy!

Let us know how it goes:)

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