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Tribest Soyabella SB-130 Soymilk and Nut Milk Maker, Stainless Steel
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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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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. Soyabella is the sleek and elegant soymilk maker that is as pleasing to the eye as it is to the body.
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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. Not only is the soymilk excellent, but it makes a great-tasting tofu, as well. The okara (leftover bean mash - you're not throwing that stuff out, are you? It's a powerhouse of nutrition and a free bonus) is of similarly high quality, and has become a staple mixed into doughs for our breads, muffins, and even cookies.
I must tell you I had been making almond milk using my Blendtec blender and straining through a strainer and then a nut milk bag- TIME CONSUMING!!!
This Soybella grinds finer and thus gets more milk from less almonds- Savings there too!