Joyoung CTS1048 Automatic Hot Soy Milk Maker
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- Micro-computer Control, Totally Automatic Operation
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- Easy to clean stainless steel jug, filter, blade, and heating element
- Makes up to 1.6 Liter of fresh milk from soy beans, rice, mung beans, and almonds
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My friend's maker was an old SoyaJoy that she bought off of Craigslist. I liked the quality of the milk, and came home raving about soymilk makers and how much money we'd save if we got one, and proceeded to research new soymilk makers online. My husband, dearheart that he is, bought me this one for Christmas after I subjected him to yet another evening's worth of research and raving! He's very patient. I was over the moon ecstatic. He also bought us 25 pounds (you read that right) of soybeans.
It is now 3 weeks later, and I have made & drank several quarts of soymilk, as well as a quart of almond milk, and a quart of pecan milk. Pecan milk is amazing and I suggest making hot chocolate with it - it will knock your socks off.
I find the easiest way to clean the machine is, after straining the milk into a big bowl or glass pitcher, to fill the pitcher part of the machine with hot water and a squirt of dishsoap, and reassemble the machine to soak for a little while. Cleanup is super easy and you won't have to use the scrub brush included in the kit.Read more ›
Well, 6 months later, the soymilk button (the right button) stopped working. So I used the middle button instead. This woked fine and I was still very satisfied.
Last week, the middle button quitted on me. So did the 3rd button.
If the product can last, say, over 3 years, I'd be satisfied.
If the product can last, say, over 5 years, I'd be satisfied, very.
However, if the product lasted only 1.5 yrs, I'm not satisfied. That's why I gave 3*s.
In conclusion, This product has a very good initial quality.
But it lacks reliability. It cannot maintain the good quality over time.
I hope that the manufacture put more effort in improving product reliability.
***Update 12/30/12- it's been nearly 2 years since I purchased this soymilk maker and it's still running like a champ! I make 3 to 4 batches a week and have used approx. 75 lbs of soybeans in that time ($43/25#). Even with a little honey and salt added, the cost is under 50 cents a quart. I actually prefer my soybean milk to any other on the market! I routinely use all soybeans, adding about 1-2 T. grated unsweetened coconut and 1 T. oatmeal. The milk comes out creamy white and really delicious. ***
This makes excellent soymilk. I've had it for about a month now and I am very pleased with it. I usually drink a pint a day of Silk brand's plain original. The Joyoung soymilk tastes more like Silk lite than Silk original, but is far superior because it's made fresh with the ingredients you put into it. The amount of calories and fat in a quart of the freshly made soymilk is about half of Silk original, and equivalent to Silk lite, so I think their original may be concentrated during processing.
I chose this soymilk maker based on many reviews here and especially N. Tucker's. I used her soymilk recipe as a base, adding some modifications. I like it much better than any soymilk from the market. Using all organic ingredients, my recipe is:
Place 1 T. barley in the cup provided by Joyoung and fill to the top with soybeans. Empty beans into a container, add 2 T.Read more ›
The soymilk comes out silky and tasty, much better than the one from the supermarket. Of course, it is organic, and fresh. I also add various nuts, red dates to make the taste of milk various.
For the leftover from soymilk, I mixed with 2 egges, add salt, pepper and green onion, pan fry two sides. It tastes like frying toufu, but has better texture than that. So please try before you throw this away.
Overall, it saves money in long term, so I highly recommend.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not working and can't return! Used it for a few times. I would not recommend it to anyone any more. We bought 3 within 3months.Published 23 months ago by SavingCost
If you want to make your own soy milk at home then this is pretty good. It's easy to use and easy to clean.Published on February 4, 2014 by BigKahunaBerger
I've used this once and it's pretty easy to use; just attach the filter, add water, add pre-soaked nuts, put lead on and activate. Read morePublished on December 30, 2013 by jGriff100
Arrived on time. Attractive. Very easy to use and clean. Makes much smoother better soy milk than my previous soy milk makes by this same company but about 12 years old I think. Read morePublished on December 16, 2013 by Buyer
I bought one for my mother in law. She loves it! I also want to buy one for myself. It makes your life so easy!Published on October 29, 2013 by Lucy