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The elegantly easy way to make fresh soymilk, veganmilks, and hot soups at home! With Soyabella, you can make fresh milk from beans, rice, and nuts in your own kitchen. Soyabella makes delicious drinks like fresh soymilk, almond milk, rice milk, and cashew milk in as little as 15 minutes. And for raw vegans, Soyabella makes delicious raw nut milks in seconds! Soyabella is also great for making delicious puréed soups and porridges like split pea soup, butternut squash soup, and rice porridge. Soyabella can even grind coffee beans and other dry ingredients with its convenient milling accessories. Soyabella is extremely convenient with different program settings that let you easily control temperature and grinding time with a single touch. Soyabella’s multiple attachments allow you to create a cornucopia of recipes without difficult cleaning. Unlike other soymilk makers, Soyabella does not have an exposed heating coil, but instead features a safely hidden heating element inside its stainless steel boiling chamber – offering easier cleanup and added safety. Soyabella’s advanced safety features also prevent overflows, dry heating, and overheating for safe and reliable operation. The Deluxe Soyabella Soy Milk Maker package comes with a tofu kit. Making homemade tofu has never been easier -- simply make soy milk using your Soyabella automatic soy milk maker and add a coagulator, then use the handy tofu press to squeeze soy curds into delicious tofu ready to eat.
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Five stars because I didn't find anything negative about the product whatsoever. So far it seems a solid, quality appliance. Read morePublished on August 9, 2013 by Erik S. Jorrick
I bought this for soy milk since it would pay for itself in less than a month, it has, but it's weird when you're first getting used tasting it made fresh. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by iowastudent