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I an going to be writing several post on various practical ways of using soybean .In today's posting, I will be writing on practical steps involved in  making soybean  milk.
Making soybean milk at home is cheaper, healthier ,and easier than you think.The ingredients/equipment needed include:

  1. 1 cup or  160g  dry soybean
  2. 6 to 8 cups of water(1.5-2 liters)
  3. salt to taste
  4. Sugar to taste (optional)
  5. Vanilla,cinnamon,chocolate or flavoring of choice (optional)
  6. Strainer or fine sieve
  7. Muslin or cheese cloth
  8. A large pot.
  9. blender or food processor

  1. Wash and sort soybeans and place in a large bowl,and allow to soak overnight.
  2. Change water at least once and if needed ,add more water.
  3. Next day,check and be sure that they are soft and can easily be cut through.if not soft enough,rinse thoroughly,and soak longer.
  4. Once it is soft enough,grab some beans between your palms and start rubbing them together to remove the shells.continue to do this until the shells are removed from the soybean.
  5. Place beans back into water and stir with your hands.the shells.the shells will float to the top of the water or just above the beans.scoop them out and then continue to rinse until all  shells are completely removed .
In my next posting, we will continue with the practical steps of making a soybean milk.BUT REMEMBER GOOD HEALTH IS A CONTINUOUS HABIT NOT AN EVENT.


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