NEW Soymilk Maker - SoyQuick Premier Milk Maker 930P
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- The new Filter-less design means clean up is a snap. It's never been easier!
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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.Read more ›
1. The accessories are extremely poor. For an almost $200 machine, didn't expect to find a $0.99 brush, strainer, measure cup & a plastic jug with the handles detached.
2. Because the strainer is so bad, you get bits of beans that's not fully grinded in the soy milk.
3. The grinder motor isn't powerful enough so the blades are ultra sharp, and still doesn't grind the beans all the way. Which makes the cleaning a bit harder.
4. The cleaning is reasonable, but by all means not easy. It's heated in high temp, so the soy does stick to the metal, and requires some scrubbing to clean.
If this machine is the 1st one I've used or have nothing to compare it to, I would give is 4 stars. Still have to deduct 1 star for the terrible accessories. But when compared to a Blendtec, this one has to be returned.
Suggest using this:
Blendtec blender - grind the beans. ( yes, this blender is very expensive $400, but seriously one of the best investments I've ever made. I've got dozens of kitchen gadgets, this is the only gadget that stays on the counter all the time. ultra useful) 1 small rice cup beans dried to 16oz of water. Add more or less beans based on taste preference.
Use a Rice Bag or cloth to drain it, then the soy milk is really smooth. There is a really Chinese method, use pantyhose. Don't laugh now, try it and you'll see just how crappy the strainer is compared to this.
Bring the soy milk to a full boil for 3 minutes or so using medium / small heat.Read more ›
Oh, did I mention that this machine is filterless. Really nice, makes for a faster easier clean up. The top starts out looking the same but it has a blender guard that has big holes in it and no bottom. The guard just slips right off everything scrubs up really easy and fast. It was all cleaned up in a matter of minutes. No filter to scrub and make sure it was cleaned good. Just run the milk through the hand strainer that's provided with the machine. You don't even have to worry about another pitcher or container to strain the milk into. It comes with that too! Did I mention that I'm loving this machine. I thought my SDZ5 was the greatest, it figures the only thing that could do better is also made by Soy Quick. I highly recommend that you give this a try.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this for my mother so she can have fresh soy milk. She likes it and it is easy to use since she doesn't know English well.Published on March 30, 2014 by Yan
It is one of the best purchases I've made in my life. I have improved life because it saves me a lot of time to prepare vegetable milks. I love it!Published on January 20, 2013 by olmagra
I cannot advise anyone to buy this machine, even though when it works, it's fantastic - versatile, easy to clean, simple to use, and comes with an excellent instruction manual. Read morePublished on August 9, 2012 by Kilidonia de Acero
After almost daily use, this is still flawless after 2 years. We save about $90 bucks a month using this. I use the pulp in pancake batter!Published on March 15, 2012 by greenpapi
I bought this soymilk maker even though it was about $50 more expensive than its closest competitor because of the seven-year warranty and the praise for the customer service. Read morePublished on June 8, 2011 by Amazon Customer
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After owning (and loving) and regularly using this SoyQuick 930p for nearly 2 1/2 years, it mysteriously stopped working yesterday. Read morePublished on March 10, 2011 by FurryEyeball
I've had this for a few years now, and I've used it just about every week since then. It's very simply to use - just add pre-soaked soybeans, fill with water up to the fill line,... Read morePublished on January 16, 2011 by Corina
I love it. This equipment is so easy to use and clean, and it is so quick, Takes me about 2 minutes to do so. The soy milk was done much quicker then I expected. Read morePublished on December 27, 2010 by JOJO