Homemade soy milk has a good taste and contains essential nutrients such as proteins, vitamins and minerals. This is a good substitute for milk of animal origin. It is easy to make and very inexpensive.
What will you need?
1 cup of dried soybeans
6 cups of water, not including the water needed to soak the grain
a pinch of salt
2 tbsp. l. sugar.
How to cook
Put the beans in a large saucepan, pour water and leave overnight (but not less than 8 hours).
Rinse the beans and remove any excess debris.
Place 1 cup of beans into the blender, adding 3 cups of water.
Mix until smooth. This will take about 30 seconds.
Strain the milk in a large saucepan through a sieve or gauze.
Mix the remaining beans with 3 glasses of water. And pour into the same pan.
Bring the milk to a boil, add sugar and salt, then reduce the heat to a minimum, and mix for 5-10 minutes.
Remove the resulting foam.
Milk will be ready when you smell a strong soy flavor.
Pour the milk into a suitable jar or jar using a sieve.
Keep milk in the refrigerator.