I planted my soy last weekend. Yep, I’m beginning right at the beginning lol. Today they already have 2 true leaves on them…they are fast growing little things! 2 years ago
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How I did it: I sprouted soy beans (a LOT of soy beans) for three days (well, soaked for one, sprouted for two), and on the third day blended beans and water in a specific ratio till all the beans were blended. Squeezed out all the extra material produced by the beans (okara, save it for later) through cheesecloth a couple of times and then simmered the milk for half an hour.
Sieved once more, let it cool, put it in containers and added a little bit of salt for flavor and dimension.
As you simmer the milk, you'll see a skin form on top. Carefully skim it off as it becomes more solid and drape it over chopsticks or similar devices. This is yuba, and you can use it as fake meat or wrapping. Read how I did it… 3 years ago
I got a soymilk maker that we imported from the US and it’s great. It tastes quite different from the one you buy but you get used to it, I add salt, baking soda for taste I also add sugar if I’m using it for other things than cooking. It’s much cheaper if I buy soymilk it costs me about 20 SEK for a liter and I can buy soybeans for 15 SEK for a kilo and I use 100 grams of beans every time giving me slightly more than a liter, I haven’t measured how much I get though. 5 years ago