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How to Make Soy Beans Milk

Updated on October 8, 2012

Soy Bean Milk Production

At this troubled times, global economic crisis, I want to share my readers a great business idea I learned and hope this will not only benefit them but all who read this may initiate to help other people to make a living too. Sometimes, I just give what business idea is good and let them research other things related to the business idea I gave but now it is totally different giving step by step on how to do business working at home.

I have in my topic today about soybean milk production. Soybean is a very healthy food. It is a very good small business idea to start at home, serving the neighborhood and at the same time helping your family earn extra income.

It is not as hard as you think to complete the process how to make soybean milk. Here are the steps in soybean milk making:

The first thing to do is to take one pound of soybeans which you have purchased at the supermarket, and put it in pail then soak them overnight, well covered with water.

The following morning, wash them thoroughly and changed water with fresh water and bring to a boil.

If the water is changed a couple of times and brought to a boil, it will help remove the soybean taste after the milk is made.

Afterwards, drain and grind. Get a sugar sack or cheese cloth that is not coarse and put it in to tie the top securely.

Put the sack of ground soybeans in a large dish or pail. Then pour two quarts of water over them; warm water is preferable as the milk has fat in it.

Knead the sack of ground beans well, washing and squeezing the milk out—pour off in large pan or pail.

Pour on two more quarts of water—knead and squeeze out well again. Put this second two quarts with the first two quarts of milk in large flat bottomed dish, and boil twenty minutes or more—stirring constantly with a pancake turner from the bottom of the pan until it boils. When it is boiling it will not stick to the bottom of the pan.

Sweeten with malt honey, honey, or malt sugar but do not make it too sweet then salt to taste. Note: Do not use aluminum utensils.

After making the soybean milk, and while the milk is boiling hot, add enough citric acid so it will curd at once. It takes three to four tablespoonfuls of citric acid to a quart of boiling milk.

Stir briskly and let set. The curds form within a few seconds. It won’t take long until the milk is curded.

Skim the curd off the clear water and place in double cheesecloth, squeezing out all the water, making the cheese as dry as possible.

If a smooth cheese is desired, use less citric acid. If a granular cheese is more desired use more citric acid.

Soybean milk may be used in the same way as cow’s milk. This milk is highly alkaline and people love to eat, drink and consume healthy food.

This kind of business target all kinds of people who love to eat healthy food. There is no reason you can’t make extra income with this kind of business. Just be persistent, who knows this makes you make even more money during this troubled times. Good Luck!

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      Chiio 

      3 years ago

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      noenhulk 

      9 years ago

      Thanks! Everybody needs to be healthy. Helping others cope during these times and engaging in healthy life make them feel good too.

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      ChristineComaford 

      9 years ago from San Francisco, CA

      Great idea and healthy business too. Thanks for sharing

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