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Soymilk Maker - SoyQuick Automatic Soy Milk Maker SDZ-4


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  • Makes Fresh Soymilk, Rice Milk, Almond Milk, Oat Milk, Raw Milks and more!
  • Fast 13 minute Cycle, Easy to operate - Award of Excellence Winner
  • Free Deluxe DVD Guide, Recipe Booklet, Soybean Starter Package
  • 90 day Unconditional Guarantee - Toll free customer service 1-888-769-5433 Mon-Fri 8am to 4:30pm PST
  • 1 year warranty - Lifetime warranty on grinding blade and filter cup

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.2 x 7.3 x 13.5 inches ; 6.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.3 pounds
  • ASIN: B000971GRA
  • Item model number: SDZ-4
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (24 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #294,336 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Make delicious fresh organic milks for just pennies per quart using the easy to operate, fully automatic SoyQuick Soymilk Maker! It makes fresh soymilk, rice milk, almond milk, oat milk, raw milks and more in just 13-15 minutes! The SoyQuick Soymilk Maker has been rated #1 over all other soymilk maker brands on the market! With a history of over 16 years in product development, the SoyQuick is well tested, and is trusted by many families. The SoyQuick Soymilk Maker is the best choice when it comes to quality and performance. When comparing the SoyQuick to similar machines, you will see great differences in craftsmanship and manufacturing quality. Kitchen's Best guarantees that SoyQuick manufacturing is a step above other machines in the market today. The SoyQuick Soymilk Maker is a milk maker that performs with excellence! Features include: boil-over protection, programming options to suit your needs, soft audio finish alert, power indicator light, a microprocessor control using Motorola CPU, a high quality seamless stainless steel jug with non-drip pour spout, large 1.6 quart capacity, and a laser perforated stainless steel filter cup. Included in your package is a deluxe cleaning kit, a long detachable cord, a recipe guide, a deluxe multi-lingual support manual with instructions in English, French, Spanish, and Chinese, and a soybean starter package. Easy to clean and easy to use-the SoyQuick Soymilk Maker provides a way for families to incorporate tasty organic milks into their diet and to bring true freshness and substantial savings into their home. Kitchen's 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. If you have any questions, please contact our customer service team at 1-888-769-5433 Monday to Friday between 8:30am to 4:30pm PST.

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Customer Reviews

So my rating is for both the machine and customer service.
Karen Squires
In addition to soy milk, this machine makes wonderful rice milk and both cooked and raw nut milks.
Verne BEDWELL
So you need to hold the heavy head when washing the grinding part.
N. Li

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113 of 122 people found the following review helpful By N. Li on February 17, 2006
February 17 2006
I did some research online and read people's review then decided to buy this soy milk machine. I know all the time that soy is very good to people's health especially for women so I had great expectation that this thing would work out. I ordered online from their own website and got it after 1 week. It was much bigger that I had imagined. Back in China, my mom used to use a handy soymaker. Anyway, I used it 3 times and it was good. Just that the soymilk didn't taste as fully cooked. Also washing the machine is a bit complicated since the head (where the electric parts are)is undetachable from the grinding part. So you need to hold the heavy head when washing the grinding part. You need to be very careful not to splash water onto the head. It's a bit tricky.

At the 4th usage, it only heated up without grinding at all so we pretty much harvest whole boiled beans. I called the company to fix it but they said I have to pay the mailing. Even though I found online that they have a retailer in my city but they insisted that I mail it back. Also if I still decide to return it later after fixing it, the 30 day warranty won't be extended. It still starts from the date of purchase, not from the date after you fix it. So I decided to return it for refund anyway. I paid $20+ for the mailing.

Another thing I found out about the manual is that, there is inconsitency among different language versions. One version says "push the grind button 3 times", the other versions says "push the grind button 4 times". I don't know which one to follow.

It's quite a lesson to learn. Well, I'll have to look for my soy machine again. I didn't the machine from Amazon so I wouldn't know if the experience would be different if I did.
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38 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Robin on July 6, 2005
I have made many, many batches of soy milk with this machine and had no problems. I have made tofu as well with excellent results. It has more than paid already because we drink a good amount of soy milk. The milk is not quite the same as "silk" because I don't sweeten mine at all, but I have gotten used to it. The machine comes with suggestions for adding sweeteners and other flavors as well.
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39 of 41 people found the following review helpful By urban hermit on November 16, 2005
I use this at least 4x per week and it makes consistently great soymilk with ease. Not too hard to clean, and mine came with a tofu press, tofu coagulator, sample soybeans and instructions. It's heavy, durable and looks like it will stand up to hard use over a period of years.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By S. Le on August 17, 2006
I bought this product from the maker's website and it came sooner than I'd expected. The filter cup was damaged when it arrive and I'd e-mail the site about it. Customer service's reply came faster than I'd expected and my filter cup was replaced. But after weeks of waiting for it to arrive, I e-mailed customer service again and they sent another one by air-mail because the first one might have been lost and that impressed me.

Our house use to buy about six or seven gallons of soymilk per week (I'm Asian and actually liked soymilk more than milk before I was became a vegan); and while this soymilk maker is handy, I was disappoint at how much soymilk is actually made given the size of the product.

When I was first washing the soymilk maker, I found the filter cup to be hardest to detach and wash but it's a little easier with practice.

The soymilk itself is more grainy than I'd expected given how smooth I've read it is in other reviews. I think I've read somewhere on the site that if smoother soymilk is desired, a gold filter should be used but I don't know which to buy so I just filter it again with the broken filter cup (so I don't have to worry about clogging) and that helps.

The user manuel is really helpful and it even came with an instructional DVD for lazy readers like my brother.

The head is a bit heavier than I would like and is tricky to wash but it has gotten easier with time.

My mom loves drinking it because she can control the flavor (or lack of). I experiment with blending the soymilk with different fruits [blueberries and soymilk don't mix well and one should drink it instead of leaving it waiting around]; the results are better than expected.

Overall, this product makes it easy to have soymilk and I think it is worth it. I won't write about all the good points because the list is too long and the soyquick website has all that.
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40 of 45 people found the following review helpful By W. Dong on October 30, 2005
This is a good soymilk maker. My friend bought it. I searched the web and bought the exact same machine from a US distributor at $10 less. It has a different brand name (soyajoy) but exactly same machine because we compared the two machine in every detail. I always make sure I search the net to get the best price.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By C. Brown on January 9, 2007
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This machine works without a hitch. The big concern is that the milk tastes "beanier" than commercial soymilk, but with good bean prep and a little rice in the mix (as well as ginger, flax, and other nice additives) we were able to settle on recipes we like better than commercial soymilk (and MUCH cheaper and with a whole lot less sugar). If you want to make soymilk at home, this is the machine.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Vincent Paul on August 20, 2006
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I am very happy with my soy milk maker. It has been easy to use and trouble free thus far. My first attempts at making the milk turned out good but since then I have found some better recipes from the company's website. It seems the milk comes out less beanie tasting if after making the milk, you strain it through a cheese cloth. Now if I can just find a recipe for soy creamer I will be very happy.

I definitely recommend this machine.
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