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Tribest Soyabella SB-130 Soymilk Maker
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- 110V Model
- Makes soymilk, nut milks, porridge, rice paste, and much more in just 15 minutes
- Makes raw almond milk, cashew milk, and other raw nut milks in as little as 30 seconds
- Easily converts into a coffee grinder with the included accessories
- Concealed heating element for safe operation and easy cleaning
- Temperature-controlled cycle yields perfect results every time
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When buying an appliance, it is important to know what to expect - and not to expect - from it; many of the negative reviews for the Soyabella (and other soymilk makers) seem to be from people who had the wrong idea about what soymilk makers actually /do/.
When made the old-fashioned way, making your own soymilk consists (a) soaking the beans in cold water, (b) grinding the soaked beans into a paste, (c) two to four hours of simmering, skimming, and keeping pots of water and soybean-paste from boiling over, (d) straining resulting hot liquid to get out the bean fiber, and (e) seasoning to taste. It's not hard to do at home, but it's tiring and very time consuming. Automatic soymilk makers replace the hours of heating and processing beans and water into a milk-like solution with a casual 15-minute wait, and do some of the straining for you. They do /not/ fully strain the liquid (that takes too fine a sieve - it would clog incessantly) or conjure seasonings out of thin air.
If you're serious about getting the price savings (about a quarter the cost), energy and resource savings (no packaging or fuel used to get it to you) and convenience (no need to run to the store when you need more), be realistic about what the Soyabella will do for you - and you'll find yourself enjoying the best soymilk you've ever tasted.
1) Soak your beans for 8-12 hours.
2) Run the soymilk maker.
3) Pour the resulting soymilk through cheesecloth or a /very/ fine sieve, to remove the last 'gritty' particles.
4) If desired, season with a bit of salt, sweetener, and whatever else you fancy (vanilla anyone?)
We've been using our Soyabella for several weeks now, and have had consistent, delicious results.Read more ›
Other reviewers have complained about...
The sound - I actually enjoy the sound because you can hear it working & can stop the machine if you just want a coarse grind or what not. Really it is not that loud.
A sharp blade - well yeah I'm glad I haven't had to send it back to be resharpened. Just be careful when you are handling the unit and you won't cut yourself - you know how to use a knife right? Same principles apply here.
Hard to clean - just make sure you clean the screens right away & don't let them sit or else it might be a bit more difficult. Most of the time I can just empty out what I was making, add water, and run to clean it thoroughly.
The milk doesn't taste good - well this is probably the operators fault. There are recipes you can follow and if you expect to just throw some soy beans or almonds in there with some water and expect it to taste like the store bought with tons of other stuff added it really isn't going to happen. Try adding dates, vanilla, agave, sea salt, carob - whatever - be creative!
Some have mentioned that they got water on the electrical components & had to wait for it to dry out...this has never happened to me. I would think as long as your not throwing things around and spraying water all over your kitchen you shouldn't have a problem with this...calm down, open your eyes, and operate the machine properly.Read more ›
I add a bit of sugar and vanilla, and the kids didn't say anything this morning when I served it up nice and cold from sitting in the fridge overnight.
I also add flax seed right it.
No where does it say how many beans you'll need, but you can figure it's less than 1/4 cup soy beans for each 1.3L of milk you get back.
So after my trip to the health foods store, and dividing down the cost, I figure it costs me about .40 per Half Gallon to make my own soy milk. (Using all organic products... soybeans, sea salt, flax, sugar cane, and vanilla)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have made milk through blending nuts/seeds in vitamix and squeezing with a nutmilk bag. The soyabella does not make milk as creamy/rich as "manual" method, but for a... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Amazon Customer
I have been making nut milks for quite a while now and didn't mind the clean up of the Vita Mix and the Nut milk bag because at least I knew the milk was fresh with no additives. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Lori Grace
Great product. Easy to make almond milk... makes it in minutes! I paid for fast shipping and it arrived 4 days later then expected. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Katie
Disappointed with the quality of soy milk. The final product is very chalky, and if you want it better, you have to filter it again yourself, thus spending a lot more time. Read morePublished 2 months ago by T. Wiedman
Broke in the first week of using it, can't return as I don't have the packaging since moving house :(Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I've only used this for almond and cashew milk, so I can't speak to its soymilk making abilities. But for my purposes, it's great -- easy to use and makes milk far more delicious... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Me
I have made almond and cashew mylk. They have come out good. Its hassle free and quick.Published 5 months ago by Manisha
Excellent economical and easy almond milk, other nut or seed milks, and great crackers from the pulp. So worth it!Published 5 months ago by Vegetarian for Jesus