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Soy Milk

  • 100 g organic soy beans
  • 1 tsp apple cider vinegar, or substitute with whey from yoghurt making
  • 1 litre filtered water
  • 1 tbsp Maple syrup, substitute with rice malt syrup, honey or other sweetener to taste
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract, optional
  • 1/2 tsp calcium carbonate, **see below
  • 1/2 tsp salt

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Recipe's preparation

  1. Add soy beans to a non reactive container such as Tupperware or glass. Cover with filtered water to 10cm or so above beans. Add ACV or whey and gently stir. Leave to soak for at least 24 hours.
  2. Cooking
  3. 1. Drain soaked soy beans in basket and rinse well.

    2. Place into TM bowl with 400g of the filtered water, the maple syrup, salt and vanilla.

    3. Blend on speed 9 for 1 minute. Scrape down.

    4. Add remaining water and cook for 10 minutes/90/speed 3.

    5. Scoop off any foam.

    6. Cook for 2 minutes/100/speed 3. DO NOT LEAVE. It may boil over, so you need to watch during this step.

    7. Add calcium carbonate and blend a little to mix.

    8. Strain using a nut milk bag into a jug and pour into a glass bottle.

    This will keep in the fridge for about 4 days.


* The calcium carbonate (and the salt to a certain extent) is added to alter the pH thereby preventing the soy milk from splitting when added to coffee.
It is available at Health Food Stores or from The Melbourne Food Depot -

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    Recipe is created for
    TM 31

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  • 13. June 2020 - 15:24

    Cruicky: I haven't made this for some time! Pandan leaves are for flavour only - they taste a little like vanilla.
    I think it does need to cool prior to straining.

  • 21. May 2020 - 11:18

    The Bush Gourmand:hey. I looked for the recipe on cookidoo. it has no calcium powder and instead has pandan leaves. Does one replace the other? yours is the only recipe I've found that doesnt end up with a slurry in the bottom of the bottle or separate when added to coffee.. I've just noticed my latest batch hasn't worked. I'm in the process of straining it and its completely separated. not sure why. Last time I let it cool a little before straining... I do hope I can work it out, this recipe was amazing last time!

  • 20. May 2020 - 12:53

    Absolutely brilliant! I cant understand why this is not more widely known. The calcium completely solved the problem of the milk separating in my coffee and I have no sediment in my bottle! THANK YOU!!!

  • 27. June 2018 - 15:24

    poppyb: How did you go with this recipe?

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  • 1. December 2015 - 09:49

    Yummy milk, a bit complex compared to other recipes though. i will see how long it lasts as to weather I make it again

  • 18. February 2014 - 18:42

    This is a variation of the recipe in the Thermomix Asian Cookery Book.

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