Joyoung CTS1048 Automatic Hot Soy Milk Maker
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- Micro-computer Control, Totally Automatic Operation
- Patent "Water Diversion Technology" with Raphael Meshwork; Six intelligent protection functions for
- Easy to clean stainless steel jug, filter, blade, and heating element
- Makes up to 1.6 Liter of fresh milk from soy beans, rice, mung beans, and almonds
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|Item Dimensions||—||12.2 x 12.2 x 9.1 in||9 x 10.2 x 14.2 in||8.8 x 10 x 14 in||9 x 10.4 x 14.3 in||10.24 x 8.86 x 14.17 in|
Discover the many health benefits of soybeans with the Joyoung CTS1048/JYDZ-17A soy milk maker. A great addition to any kitchen, the Joyoung CTS1048 offers a winning combination of excellent soy milk output quality, convenient automatic operation, and stainless steel construction for easy cleanups. No complicated setup or assembly required - just add water and soy beans, press one button and have delicious fresh soy milk ready in less than 20 minutes! The user's manual contains easy to follow recipies and suggestions for adding your own creative twists. Produce flavorful and healthy milk drinks from a variety of beans, rice, grains, nuts, and dried fruits. Add natural ingredients such as honey, raw sugar, and vanilla to taste. Features - Micro-computer Control, Totally Automatic Operation - Patent "Water Diversion Technology" with Raphael Meshwork - Easy to clean stainless steel jug, filter cup, grinder, and heating element - Makes up to 1.6 Liter of fresh milk drink - User's manual with helpful and creative recipies to try - Six intelligent protection functions for safe operation Soy Milk Health Benefits - Reduced risk of heart disease due to cholesterol free and high fiber. - Reduced risk of digestive disorders due to high fiber content. - Dairy-free and ideal for people with lactose intolerance and milk allergies. - Great for dietary treatment of diabetes due to low glycemic index and cholesterol free. - Complete protein source of essential amino acids. What's Included - Joyoung CTS1048 Soy Milk Maker - AC Power Cord - Plastic pitcher - Metal strainer - Cleaning brush & scrub pad - One year USA warranty
Top customer reviews
-Best Price for this type of soy milk maker
-Fast, does a batch in 15 min
-Attractive, much better looking than some of the other soy milk makers I've seen
-Filterless, Makes it easier to clean (though not easy per se)
-Saves a TON of money over time compared to buying soymilk. This thing has already paid for itself in these savings
-Makes pretty good tasting soy milk if you are willing to experiment with reciepes
-Easy to use, just add soaked beans and water and press one button
-Comes with good accessories: screen, pitcher, removable cord, brush, book.
-Difficult to clean. This may go for all soymilk makers but it is not easy to clean and you have to make sure to keep water off of the top part while cleaning the grinding and heating elements (attached to the underside of the lid) in the sink. I've heard that this kind (with an external filter screen) is easier than those models with an internal filter.
-Gets really hot. I don't mind this at all but the outside of this machine, as well as the steam coming out of it when you pour off the soymilk are super hot! Wear oven mits when pouring.
-A little noisy, but really not bad especially since it runs for maybe 15 minutes and 2 of those are noisy
Overall I am really please especially with the savings compared to buying soy milk in the store. I wish it made more soy milk at a time since I drink so much (I make 2 batches at a time) but I think the capacity is pretty standard for soy milk makers. Make sure you clean everything as soon as your are done and I think you'll be really happy with this soy milk maker. I am very happy with my purchase overall.
The soymilk comes out silky and tasty, much better than the one from the supermarket. Of course, it is organic, and fresh. I also add various nuts, red dates to make the taste of milk various.
For the leftover from soymilk, I mixed with 2 egges, add salt, pepper and green onion, pan fry two sides. It tastes like frying toufu, but has better texture than that. So please try before you throw this away.
Overall, it saves money in long term, so I highly recommend.
***Update 12/30/12- it's been nearly 2 years since I purchased this soymilk maker and it's still running like a champ! I make 3 to 4 batches a week and have used approx. 75 lbs of soybeans in that time ($43/25#). Even with a little honey and salt added, the cost is under 50 cents a quart. I actually prefer my soybean milk to any other on the market! I routinely use all soybeans, adding about 1-2 T. grated unsweetened coconut and 1 T. oatmeal. The milk comes out creamy white and really delicious. ***
This makes excellent soymilk. I've had it for about a month now and I am very pleased with it. I usually drink a pint a day of Silk brand's plain original. The Joyoung soymilk tastes more like Silk lite than Silk original, but is far superior because it's made fresh with the ingredients you put into it. The amount of calories and fat in a quart of the freshly made soymilk is about half of Silk original, and equivalent to Silk lite, so I think their original may be concentrated during processing.
I chose this soymilk maker based on many reviews here and especially N. Tucker's. I used her soymilk recipe as a base, adding some modifications. I like it much better than any soymilk from the market. Using all organic ingredients, my recipe is:
Place 1 T. barley in the cup provided by Joyoung and fill to the top with soybeans. Empty beans into a container, add 2 T. rolled oats, and cover with plenty of water to soak from 8 hrs to overnight. Drain the soaking water and rinse the mixture well. I use a wire strainer to catch all the oats. Fill the machine to the lower water level, add the washed bean mix and process on nutrition. I strain the milk twice using the pitcher and strainer that came with the machine. The second straining reduces the "grainy" texture by removing additional bean mash. I add 4 teaspoons of raw sugar and 1/8 teaspoon sea salt while it's still hot, to dissolve well. This makes a plain milk that's not too sweet, but a little more palatable to me than the straight stuff. The barley and oatmeal add a slightly thicker, cream-like quality to the soymilk. Delish!
I made rice milk from brown rice without soaking and processed on dry bean setting. It is creamier and tastes better than Rice Dream, but still has a raw rice flavor. When I heat it in hot cocoa, the raw flavor is gone. You'd have to add sugar and salt or vanilla to match the taste of commercial rice milks, such as Rice Dream.
The okara is great for composting if I don't use it all, but I have added it to soups, egg dishes, meatballs, and even mixed in with filling for enchiladas! The dishes were delicious, although the okara itself doesn't have much flavor of its own. Okara gives more structure and substance to egg dishes while they still remain tender and moist. I imagine it would be great mixed in with ricotta for lasagna, or a good substitute for the eggs and cheese.
One major problem with this machine is that the stainless steel exterior gets so hot while processing that a person could be burned touching it. This is especially dangerous for a household with children. The company could improve it immensely by designing a protective thermal exterior that would remain cool to the touch.
I wash the unit immediately after using by rinsing with cold tap water to cool it enough so I can touch it with my bare hands. I remove the inner screen surrounding the blade area and wash it separately. Then I fill the container about 2/3 full with warm soapy water, reassemble it, and let it sit on the counter to soak for about half an hour. It cleans up easily without any scrubbing. I dry the unit thoroughly with a towel right after cleaning.
Many people have mentioned cost savings. It's true. I'm saving at least $25 a month making my own soymilk instead of buying it. This machine will have paid for itself in 4 months!
My favorite recipe, use the scooper provided full of dry soy beans. Let soak in water over night. Rub the soaked beans between your hands and remove the hulls (they float to the top of the water). Rinse. Add filtered water to the bottom line, add soaked beans, 1/2 tsp of salt and 2 TBLS of raw honey. Process on soybean milk. Strain twice. LOVE IT!
Agree that the outside gets pretty hot, and I wish there was an on off switch. Other than that, no complaints yet!