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NEW Soymilk Maker - SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker 930P

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  • With SoyQuick's New Grind Right TechnologyTM make unlimited combinations of delicious bean, rice, nut, seed and grain milks is quick and easy.
  • The new Filter-less design means clean up is a snap. It's never been easier!
  • Includes a multi-language manual with over 27 new quick start recipes.
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 12.8 x 10.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B001EUA0V4
  • Item model number: SQ930P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,729 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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SoyQuick's "Revolutionary leap in milk making technology" makes the 930P Premier Milk Maker simple to use and quicker than ever to clean up! You've never seen a more versatile, yet easy to use machine as this one. Make smooth, flavorful beverages for only pennies per gallon! The SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker is more than just a soymilk maker, with its Grind Right TechnologyTM, the machine can make any type of milk, perfectly! Get amazing results with any type of rice; nuts, like almonds or hazelnuts; grains, like oats, millet, or wheat groats; and mung beans. You can also add dates, raisins, coconut, sesame or flax seeds, coffee or vanilla beans, and cranberries to your milks for more unique flavours. The possibilities are truly endless! The SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker's precise programming ensures maximum performance. The 930P's Grind Right TechnologyTM is programmed to achieve A Perfect Grind Every TimeTM! The SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker is up to 40% more efficient than other milk makers on the market, resulting in very little waste. The SoyQuick Refreshing Rice Milk Recipe offers a 99% yield, with no pulp waste! Designed with easy cleaning in mind, the new filter-less design of the SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker creates a superior milk making experience from start to end. Since the SQ930P does not have a filter cup, cleaning is easy and is done in 30 seconds or less! Rinse and quickly scrub the heating element and grinding cover, clean the jug, wipe the machine head with a damp cloth and you're done! That's it! It couldn't be any easier! Kitchens' Best feels so strongly about making sure that you have the best shopping experience possible. That's why we want to make sure that you can purchase hassle free with our 90 day unconditional guarantee! Unbeatable customer service and support is our priority.

Customer Reviews

I can not believe the product is that great!!
VU VINH VUONG
I highly recommendate SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker 930P.
Wei Wei
It makes soy, rice, nut and mungbean milks perfectly.
Amazon Customer

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121 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 19, 2009
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Though I've made nut milks by hand for years, I've never had a soy milk maker before so I have no comparison with using other home milk makers. I have however been drinking commercial soy milk since before the major companies figured out the 180 degree process and got rid of the bitter flavor - so I know what soy milk tastes like when that's done wrong! Urk!

I can say for sure that the 930P does what it should - keeps the soy beans at 180 degrees F for the whole grinding and cooking process. It's easy to set up, a snap to clean (truly takes 2 minutes) and is totally simple to use. It makes soy, rice, nut and mungbean milks perfectly. The soy milk tastes clean and fresh - and like soy beans :D

So many people seem to get a soy milk maker and want the soy milk to taste like what you drink in the store. For that, you have to add what they add to commercial milk: sugar, salt, vanilla, calcium, vitamins A and D, carrageen/guar gum and various other possibilities. I like the straight soy milk, but my kids want something more familiar and I wanted soymilk that I could use as creamer in my tea, so I've been working with various recipes to get as close to their familiar Soy Dream as possible.

My closest attempt so far:
*1/2 cup soy beans, soaked over night and de-skinned (crush and rub the soybeans, the skins will collect in the water above the beans to remove)
*1/3 cup of millet (this does 2 things - gives that thicker creamier feel and a light sweet taste)

Put these in the Soy Quick and make milk according to the Soymilk setting.
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71 of 76 people found the following review helpful By M. Su on March 7, 2009
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I use to make soy milk using a stone grinder back in China. Now, I'm fatter & lazier, got this machine to make life easier and hopefully better soy milk! Unfortunately, there's some things about this machine that just doesn't work right.

1. The accessories are extremely poor. For an almost $200 machine, didn't expect to find a $0.99 brush, strainer, measure cup & a plastic jug with the handles detached.
2. Because the strainer is so bad, you get bits of beans that's not fully grinded in the soy milk.
3. The grinder motor isn't powerful enough so the blades are ultra sharp, and still doesn't grind the beans all the way. Which makes the cleaning a bit harder.
4. The cleaning is reasonable, but by all means not easy. It's heated in high temp, so the soy does stick to the metal, and requires some scrubbing to clean.

If this machine is the 1st one I've used or have nothing to compare it to, I would give is 4 stars. Still have to deduct 1 star for the terrible accessories. But when compared to a Blendtec, this one has to be returned.

Suggest using this:
Blendtec blender - grind the beans. ( yes, this blender is very expensive $400, but seriously one of the best investments I've ever made. I've got dozens of kitchen gadgets, this is the only gadget that stays on the counter all the time. ultra useful) 1 small rice cup beans dried to 16oz of water. Add more or less beans based on taste preference.

Use a Rice Bag or cloth to drain it, then the soy milk is really smooth. There is a really Chinese method, use pantyhose. Don't laugh now, try it and you'll see just how crappy the strainer is compared to this.

Bring the soy milk to a full boil for 3 minutes or so using medium / small heat.
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45 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Vicky C. Shaw on September 23, 2008
So I haven't even had this thing for 24 hours and I love it!I jumped right into making a batch of soy milk. Just so happens I like to keep a supply of soaked re-hydrated beans in the fridge ready for the next batch of milk. All you need to do is give them a good rinse, and toss them into the pitcher with the water. Put the top on and push the button for soy milk. (it has 3 count them 3 settings,for Soy, Grains, and Mung beans) 15 minutes later I had soy milk. I just poured the milk through a hand strainer (which comes with the maker) and the milk was done. First thing I noticed is the color and texture of the soy milk was really milky. I love the milk that my SDZ5 made, but WOW! Silk Soy eat your heart out. Add some chopped dates and even more WOW! Well I'm going to be making soy milk more often. Like almost every night now compared to 2 or 3 times a week. I really want to try the Soy Latte. Just add some coffee beans to the mix it says. Well I'm all for trying that. Think I'll do that tomorrow morning for my coffee. Oh and also on my list of to try is making some milk from oats.
Oh, did I mention that this machine is filterless. Really nice, makes for a faster easier clean up. The top starts out looking the same but it has a blender guard that has big holes in it and no bottom. The guard just slips right off everything scrubs up really easy and fast. It was all cleaned up in a matter of minutes. No filter to scrub and make sure it was cleaned good. Just run the milk through the hand strainer that's provided with the machine. You don't even have to worry about another pitcher or container to strain the milk into. It comes with that too! Did I mention that I'm loving this machine. I thought my SDZ5 was the greatest, it figures the only thing that could do better is also made by Soy Quick. I highly recommend that you give this a try.
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