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Soyajoy G3 Soy Milk Maker - The Only Maker That Makes Fully Cooked As Well As Raw Milks From Beans, Almond, Hemp, and Grains

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  • The best milk maker from the most trusted brand with 2-year warranty. A new model, the SoyaJoy G4 is just introduced to replace this model
  • The only milk machine that makes fully cooked as well as RAW vegan milks from beans, seeds, nuts and grains.
  • 3rd Generation filter-less design for easy of use, clean up in minutes. Dish washer safe stainless cooking pot
  • Full automatic, one-button operation, longer cooking cycle for thorough cooking and better taste
  • Large 1.6 litter capacity. 90-day full refund policy. A newer model, the SoyaJoy G4 is available, now on sale on Amazon
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 9 x 6 inches ; 7 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8 pounds
  • ASIN: B00420JV6S
  • Item model number: SJ-11
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (129 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #92,320 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Attention: the next model, the SoyaJoy G4 is just started sale on Amazon!

The SoyaJoy G3 (TM) Soy milk Maker is a complete redesign based on over 10 years' experience with the best-selling SoyaJoy and SoyaPower soy milk maker models. We have made numerous improvements in this 3rd generation soy milk maker, thus called it G3. The G3 is the newest and greatest soy milk maker on the market, guaranteed! It offers increased soy milk cooking time for worry free and better tasting soy milk. The has the raw function for making uncooked milks, such as hemp milk and almond milk, to retain more of the natural nutrition.

The SoyaJoy G3TM boasts the following Improvements in addition to all the features and proven quality of the original SoyaJoy:

1. Improved machine head handle gripping comformt.

2. Higher soy milk yield - thanks to the Tornado Funnel filter-less grinding technology.

3. Easier to add soybeans - directly add to the pitcher.

4. Longer heating element - more even heating with no chance of burned soy milk on heater.

5. Easier to use and clean - simply wipe to clean with paper tower or cleaning tower. The easiest to wash of any soy milk maker. The machine head can be placed in upright position on flat surface while cleaning the pitcher .

6. The only milk maker than can make fully cooked as well as raw milks.

7. Include 2-year limited warranty ($20 value), the only milk maker brand offering free 2-year warranty.

In addition to above listed, SoyaJoy G3 (TM) retains all the award-winning original SoyaJoy features and advantages.

Check out the video review from VegTV just posted here at Amazon on Jan. 12th, 2012.

Sanlinx Inc. brought the original SoyaJoy soy milk maker, the first soy milk maker to the NA market. . 110V 60Hz for US power supply only



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is very easy to use and clean up.
felicia
After months of research, I originally bought the SoyaPower Plus, which I was very happy with.
MariaSmiles
So far I have made soy milk and almond milk.
char

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

252 of 255 people found the following review helpful By MariaSmiles TOP 500 REVIEWER on July 25, 2011
After months of research, I originally bought the SoyaPower Plus, which I was very happy with. Then, MacGuffin, another reviewer, was very thoughtful and told me about this new model, the SoyaJoy G3. I looked into and decided it was a better option for me than the SoyaPower Plus. The MAIN reason being that this G3 has the ability to make RAW milks and juices. I really enjoyed my previous model (it really is great and if you don't care about RAW, then go for it), but I am SO happy I "upgraded"! The raw milks are done faster (no water heating/cooking time) and they can be drank right away (no "cooling off" time). The milks come out at a perfect temperature (not too hot, not too cold).

STYLE:

I also prefer the "aesthetic" of the G3 over the SoyaPower Plus (which looked nice, in its own right). However, for me, I have NO white in my kitchen, but I do have a lot of other stainless counter-top appliances in view (toaster oven, blender, ice cream maker, coffee maker). So, this blends right in. In addition, the dark ring around the top and line in the handle is a deep burgundy brown, which matches my cabinets. Also, the lights are the super-cool glowing blue color, with illuminated outline images of what is being used (beans, etc.). The previous model had a single red LED for each function button.

None of this has anything to do with making milk, but since MacGuffin covered the function so well :), I thought it'd be helpful to cover the aesthetic.
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77 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Marie Oser on January 11, 2012
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We tested the new Soyajoy G3 and it was easy to use. Liked the quick clean up and it Soyajoy G3 Soy Milk Maker - Newest and The Only Model for Making Hot As Well As Raw Milks From Beans, Almond, Hemp, and Other Seeds and Grainsmade soymilk in about 16 minutes and raw almond milk in just 3 minutes. Both really tasty.
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65 of 66 people found the following review helpful By MacGuffin VINE VOICE on July 14, 2011
I'm very proud to be the first Amazon reviewer of the new Soyajoy G3 Soy Milk Maker. I've been a happy SoyaPower owner (not the Plus--mine is the previous generation) for a number of years but I couldn't resist the opportunity to test-drive the latest technology and as good as my SoyaPower is, this is even better.

The G3 utilizes a recent upgrade in grinding technology, the patented Tornado Funnel. This replaces the filter basket found in earlier Sanlinx releases (including mine), although it's also found in the SoyaPower Plus. Basically, a stainless steel cone fits over the blade shaft and creates a tight vortex so that virtually nothing escapes; as well as the filter basket worked, it wasn't uncommon to find an unprocessed bean or seed or two, besides which the basket is MUCH more difficult to clean than the new strainer. I have yet to see this occur with the G3--the resulting okara is completely and consistently ground. In addition, you can up the amount of dry matter to a full 6 ounces which means you can make even richer milk than the previous models, especially if, like me, you prefer to use the minimum amount of water. As good as my previous milk was, this manages to trump it.

The G3 also provides somewhat longer processing times (most of them cooking, I think) that benefit the quality of the milk; it seems to have a somewhat greater depth of flavor than that made with my SoyaPower. In addition, the grinding modes for the G3 are brand new and exclusive to it--they are "BEANS/NUTS," "GRAINS/SEEDS" (for when the proportion of beans is exceeded by that of grains/seeds), "SOUP/PASTE" (this is the one you want for rice milk), and "RAW/JUICE" (this is a cold cycle and is also for raw nut milks).
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By john r on January 29, 2012
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i bought this after buying 2-3 litres of soymilk at the supermarket and randomly wondering how much it would cost to produce it myself. needless to say the markup for organic soymilk is bombastic and absurd.

I already soak beans for my regular meals so soaking soybeans seemed like a no brainer. The machine was offered on discount, and i decided to give it a try.

compared to the rest of the appliances in my kitchen, this thing seems like it has a mind of its own. grind a little here, grind a little there, and occasionally give a little wiggle on my countertop (it still stays quite firmly planted). after a half hour the device beeps contentedly, letting me know the milks ready.
my first batch of rice milk ended up with the consistency of heavy cream, and an amazing savory flavor and natural sweetness that rice milk at the supermarket just doesnt have. its also a brilliant icy white, as opposed to the stuff at the store that has a rather grey color. I had no problem consuming it all in a day and wondering where it went the day after.

my first batch of soy milk was refreshingly unadulterated. warm from the machine, it has an inviting texture and deliciously clean finish. cold out of the fridge its just as good, and with a little agave i think its actually better than silk. okara is left behind during its manufacture, which is a fluffy cream colored soybean paste that i cant find any immediate uses for, but doesnt disappoint when added to the things i cook. when i added it to marinara i was simmering, it adulterated the color a little but made the sauce much thicker and more adherent to pasta.

my first batch of almond milk was delicious.
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