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Joyoung CTS1068 Automatic Hot Soy Milk Maker

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  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • ASIN: B002RD0REM
  • Item model number: CTS-1068
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #151,695 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Z. Jin on April 18, 2010
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I didn't write my review because I want to see how it works in the long run. Now I can confidently claim that I have bought an excellent product that fits my needs and expectation. We use it almost every week and we really enjoy the soy milk it produces, especially drink it while is still warm!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By D. Chieng on March 24, 2010
From what I can tell, this is the same as Joyoung JYDZ9C. It takes 1/2 US cup of soybean (pre-soak overnight) to make 1 load of soybean milk. It looks sturdy and all interior parts (touching soybean milk) are stainless steel. Cleaning is pretty easy and best if done immediately after using it (otherwise they stick), rinse and light scrubbing is needed. Personally, I have to filter it before drinking it using the included strainer. Taste wise, it tastes a little "raw" compare to one made old-fashion way, not sure if the maker doesn't bring it to a boil or not enough soybean if you follow the instruction. No on-off switch, just plug or unplug. Very quite. Overall, I am pretty satisfy with the product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on November 15, 2010
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It works well, but for whatever reason the manufacturer deleted the "dry beans" function. This function was present in its predecessor, CTS1048. I used this function a lot in the past. It allowed me to make soymilk any time. Now I have to make sure to soak the soybeans over night before I can enjoy the soymilk.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Bad BAd Cook on March 28, 2010
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I chose this model as opposed to the SoyaPowerPlus, because it was fulfilled through Amazon. Recipients of the SoyaPowerePlus reported damaged boxes in shipping, and I like Amazon Prime. The machine is sturdy and appears well-made, except that the metal locking catches seem thin and flimsy. The outside of the unit gets hot, but not hot enough to burn, except for those metal locking catches! It does what it is supposed to -- make soy milk. We made plain soy milk and it had a kind of peanutty taste to it which we did not find unpleasant. We made pecan milk, which, sweetened with maple syrup, was delicious!

I wish the manual was better. I don't mind too much the oddly-worded statements such as "Be careful, the milk is thermal!" because I still get it -- the milk is HOT! The directions are understandable. What is missing is a clear explanation of what each of the four cycles do, so that I could figure out which one would best suite what I want to do. The "Recipes Prescription" section lists 7 recipes only: Rice Soymilk, Typical FiveCereals Soymilk, Cooking Soymilk, Full Bean Soymilk, Black Sesame Soymilk, Mung Bean Soymilk, and Millet & Mung Bean Soymilk. None of these recipes are for nut milk alone or rice milk alone. I saw someone on youtube make peanut milk on the soymilk setting, so that is how I made the pecan milk. None of these recipes use the "Rice Paste" button. What is rice paste? Is it a type of glue? Do I want to eat it? Will I ever use that function? With out an explanation, how will I know?

My other burning questions have to do with the electrical system. The SoyaPowerPlus, which appears to be an identical machine, is UL listed.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rose on February 27, 2011
I bought this in Aug 2010 and made soy milk almost everyday. It's pretty easy to make soy milk. However, it suddenly didn't work since Jan 2011. It doesn't heat, keeps beeping without stopping!!!! I regret to buy this junk and I have to buy another brand now.
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