Soy Milk & Yogurt

Just an outline to show how easy it is to make milk and yougurt (and cream cheese.. )

We have been making soy milk for years. First without a machine and I have to tell you it’s easier with the machine than without. It is Far cheaper than buying Mooo milk. You get to use the Okara too, the by-product left – in veggie burgers.

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Soy milk and Okara

 
So you buy organic beans for next to nothing.
This machine makes about a quart of milk from 2/3 cup of beans.

Add a pinch of baking soda (sodium bicarbonate .. lol) and a pinch of salt. Cover with water. Stir up abit.  Put it in the fridge to soak for about 8 hrs.
After soaking, put water in the metal jug, beans in that little pot, screw onto end of that head you see and it does the pre-heat etc. The results are the okara – which you add to your burgers and milk, hot – so immediately make some yougurt.. 

Going green here…
 

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To make yogurt, purchase some commercial yogurt as a starter.

Let the temp of the milk drop to about 100 F (puttie finger in hey..)

 

 

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Yogurt making additives

If using soy milk, you will need to add a little sugar, honey or agave etc.

Decant a little milk into a bowl, add sugar and about 1/2 the tub of yogurt and mix well.

Add the mixed ingredients to the warm milk. Put in best quality (?) yogurt making machine for about 8 hours.

It’s as easy as that. Try it.

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2 thoughts on “Soy Milk & Yogurt

    1. admin Post author

      Hi Jerry,
      I use a soy milk making machine which may also be used to make almond milk etc. so I just follow the directions. But …. There’s a lot of recipes on the net to make without a machine. Remember to add the baking soda and salt. Also, my wood burning oven is coming along nicely and I will post the whole construction soon. I hope to bake pizzas, sourdough and yeast Artisan bread, veggies, rice pudding, yogurt etc to suite the whole range of temperatures as it cools down. So an update is forthcoming. Lol. Mike

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