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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 Technology™, 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 Technology™ is programmed to achieve A Perfect Grind Every Time™! 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.
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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. When done, strain through the strainer and then strain again through a permanent coffee filter (I really do recommend this second straining - the wire mesh included strainer is great, but anyone used to commercial soymilk expects absolutely no particulate. It's an extra 5 bucks and well worth it.). Now add:
*1/4 cup of brown sugar (we like brown, it may be way too strong for others though)
*1/2 tsp of salt
*1/2 tsp vanilla
*(calcium carbonate if you want it - provides calcium, but also gives that heavy creamy after-taste you are familiar with from commercial soy milk)
Stir and let cool. Refrigerate in an air-tight container.
I want to try barley malt as sweetener - I think it would give an even better flavor than brown sugar for the kids :)
I have also made mung bean milk (a nice addition to other milks at about a 1:3 ratio - it has good medicinal qualities), hazelnut milk and almond milk. They all turn out great! I particularly like hazelnut milk and think it makes great smoothies. I would love to try ice cream made from hazelnut milk!
A word to the wise - almond milk is probably the easiest transition for anyone who is used to commercial milks. You don't have to add much of anything to get it tasting like something familiar :)
I've used this machine for about 2 months so far and my overall experience with the product has been OK/Fine (that is, not extra-ordinary). The product does exactly what it says and does a pretty decent job at it. Here are some of the issues/reasons why I rated this product a 2-star:
1) Maximum milk quantity that can be made at one time is less than 0.5 gallons (0.4 gallons to be precise). Which equates to triple the work for making soymilk for the quantity we need. We are a family of four (2 kids & 2 adults) and we go through about 1.5-2 gallons a milk every week. It takes 3 times of making milk to have about a gallon. Which means I have to make milk about 6-times per week. So, unable to make adequate quantity of milk with one preparation is the biggest gripe I have with this product. Additionally, I don't recall seeing anywhere (in product description or manual) where it states the amount of milk that can be made in one time.
2) The second issue is the plastic container that you're suppose to use to filter the milk into when it's piping hot. I wish the platic container/jub was of better quality.
3) Third gripe is with the filter which get's filled w/ the okara (left-over of soybeans after milk has been made) while you're filtering the milk in the jug. You you have to wait or discard the okara in the middle while you're trying to filter the milk in the jug. The filter should be bigger in size to avoid the inconvenience of dumping the okara out in the middle of filtering process.
I'm debating whether or not I should return this product in the hopes of finding something better.
-----------Updated Jan 22, 2010---------------
I've changed my rating of this product from 2-star to 3-star to be fair. The machine functions as advertised. My complaint on the product is more on the feature (eg: being able to make more soymilk at a time) side than the core product functionality.
-----------Updated Feb 2, 2010---------------
After reading several articles that claim the cost of producing soymilk at-home is a few pennies/gallon (typically less than $0.10/gal), I decided to do the measurements myself. Turns out that making soymilk at-home is nowhere close to the claims. Also, note that this cost does not include any multi-vitamin fortification or any other additives that one might want to add for flavoring. So, here's a breakdown of how and what I came up with:
True/Actual Cost of Soymilk made at home:
- Organic Soybeans: $1.79/lb
- 1LB Soybeans = 6 cups (cup included w/ the product) of dry beans
- Soymilk maker Container capacity: 52 fl. oz. (or ~1625ML) equating to about 0.41 gallons
- 1 cup of dry soybeans yields 0.41 gallon of soymilk
Thus, 1 pound of soybeans yields 6 x 0.41 = 2.46 gallons of soymilk
So, true cost of soymilk is $0.73/gallon
In summary, it will cost $0.73 to make 1 gallon of plain no-additive organic soymilk. This is a significant cost savings as compared to the options at a typical grocery store (about 8 times cheaper, assuming typical cost of $6/gallon). Now, if you add the cost of fortifying vitamins and flavoring then you're looking at closer to $1.50/gallon).
The SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker 930P is very easy to use, you simply follow the instructions in the book and within 20 minutes you have your milk. Cleaning the maker is very easy and takes a few minutes after you are done making your milk. The only thing I would say is a downside to the maker is that it doesn't make a lot of milk with each batch. I tend to drink quite a bit of rice milk, and have to make more every 2 days, so if you have a household with more than 2 people in it, then you might want to make 2 or 3 batches at a time to have enough. Otherwise I recommend this product for everyone, it will also save you a lot of money at the grocery store.
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