Now i can do it by myself~~~but not easy to clean the staff.
My review is really late; but here it is. It makes great soy milk, nut milk, rice milk. It doesn’t take long either. Enjoy home-made vegan milks and use the solids in a variety of ways.
I bought this soy machine july 2012 by may 2013 it stopped working. While it was working, it produced wonderful soy milk. I used mine mainly during the winter season, making fresh soy milk, but it suddenly stopped working the other day while making almond milk. First, i noticed a burning electrical smell half way through the process, then the machine seized up and failed to grind the almonds into milk. I cleaned the machine and tried running it through a cycle with just plain water, all it did was heat it up, the motor never turned on, and it ended with a long beeping sound. I’m not sure what i’m going to do now, i really love having the ability to make fresh homemade soy milk on demand. I think the problem here is that it’s made in china. I would love to find an american made machine with standards and safety requirements. Here are the specifications for the SoyaJoy G3 Soy Milk Maker – The Only Maker That Makes Fully Cooked As Well As Raw Milks From Beans:
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- The best milk maker from the most trusted brand with 2-year warranty. A new model, the SoyaJoy G4 is just introduced to replace this model
- The only milk machine that makes fully cooked as well as RAW vegan milks from beans, seeds, nuts and grains.
- 3rd Generation filter-less design for easy of use, clean up in minutes. Dish washer safe stainless cooking pot
- Full automatic, one-button operation, longer cooking cycle for thorough cooking and better taste
- Large 1.6 litter capacity. 90-day full refund policy. A newer model, the SoyaJoy G4 is available, now on sale on Amazon
It is very easy to prepare milk and juice from seeds, beans, nuts and even vegetables. I am outside of usa and it will be useful that this kind of product will come with a multi voltage. I had to buy an big adapter (1000 watts).
I make coconut milk in my soyajoy every few days. I love it – how it works and how quick and easy it is to use. I also love that i can make healthy nut milks, soups and broths and juices that are 100% healthy and cost way less being home made’soyajoy’ is a bit of a misnomer since it does so much more than soy.
Reviews from purchasers :
- Love the hot and cold processing settings!
- Love this thing!!!
- Easier than expected
This is not just good looking soy milk maker but also working good too. Other then made regular soy milk i also made fresh soy bean ( green soy bean ) milk with juicer feature. I love the idea of no switch for less electrical problem and ‘no cord’ feature for the convenience during rinsing.
I received my new soyajoy g3 this week and love it. I especially love the ‘tornado’ funnel that means that i no longer have to use and clean a filter basket. I also really love that the soyajoy has so many settings that i can tailor the processing and temperature to what i am looking for in my end product. I have had a soylove soymilk maker (only hot processing) with the filter basket and used it to make my own soymilk for years. It worked great, but cleaning up the filter basket was always a huge mess. I have now switched from making and drinking soymilk primarily to making and drinking almond milk – more calcium, lower calories than cow’s milk, and tastes great. My old soylove was one of the soymilk makers that did not require that you soak your soybeans or almonds before processing them – which was convenient. But now that i am soaking my almonds overnight before making my almond milk, i do agree that soaked beans/nuts makes better grain/bean/nut milk. And it is really not a hassle either. I am now going to start making my own soymilk to make my own tofu.
We show our friends how easy it is to make soy milk from only 1 ingredient and how it tastes pretty much exactly like the stuff you buy at the store at probably 50 times the cost. We’ve had ours for almost a year and make about 2 batches every week (the batch size is about 1 liter); clean up is easy and you’ve got delicious hot soy milk ready to go.
We make soymilk with it every morning and tofu occasionally. The machine itself is very simple to operate and clean. There is one thing i don’t like about it, and it is the filter that comes with the machine. About 1/5 of the milk is undrinkable because the filter is not filtered well.
It is called a soy milk maker, but it can be used to make milk from any grain, nut, bean. After several batches, i have sort of settled on a mixture of 80% soybeans, 10% brown rice and 10% almonds. Makes a nice milk with nice taste and consistency. Use of the maker is very simple. Add the beans (presoaked)/grains/nuts to the pot, add water, place the top on the pot and push the appropriate button (grains/nuts/beans). It takes about 1/2 an hour to produce the milk. The milk is hot when it is done so i don’t use the supplied plastic pitcher to catch the strained milk, i got a glass pitcher. It makes a little more than a liter at a time. That lasts me 3-4 days, depending on how much cereal i eat. During the 1/2 hour of production, the maker can occasionally make some loud grinding noises, like a blender.
Works great this the way to go for ur ceral milk ice cream milk 50 lbs of dry soybeans last you all year with all the milk you can drink.
Nice product, very good value in the long term.
Our primary use for this is the production of fresh almond milk, and for this purpose, the soyajoy g3 is the best gadget ever. The mechanical process takes just a few minutes, and straining the resulting product (with the tools supplied) takes only a few minutes more. The result of making it fresh is the best almond (or soy) milk you’ve ever tasted, and the machine cleans up in a snap. The only thing i should mention is that first time you use it (with water only), the entire machine should be set in the sink, because the water will splash out a bit. (this does not happen at all with normal use.
I got the product yesterday. Really easy to use and super fast. 20 minutes my soy milk is done.
First time using soymilk maker. It arrived fast, and is super easy to use. It’s a little loud when grinding beans, but the milk came out great. I’d suggest adding more beans then the receipt says to make thicker and more flavor milk.
Received the product in a timely manner. It has worked perfectly for 4 batches of soy milk this far. The biggest success is that we have successfully switched daughter from store bought soy milk to home made using an internet recipe. Very easy to use and clean up.
I was initially hesitant to purchase a soy milk maker, unsure of whether i would like the taste of fresh soy milk and unsure of how much work each batch would take. The first batch of soy milk put my doubts to rest. Making soy milk in the soyajoy g3 is as easy as letting dry soybeans soak in water overnight, adding the beans and water to the soy milk maker, pushing a button, and then straining the soy milk through the included sieve about 20 minutes later when the machine beeps. As long as you clean the maker before it dries the clean-up process is easy – just a quick rub with the included scouring pad, taking less than a minute. The milk itself is rich a beany, and has some of the fresh cooked flavors you get with fresh bread. It does taste different than most store-bought soymilk – as one of my friends described it, it tastes like soybeans being soybeans rather than soybeans trying to imitate milk. Pure soy milk can be a little thin, but i found that the recommended solution (adding a handful of rolled oats or other grain when filling the soymilk maker) gave it the creamier texture that we’re used to with milks. We’ve also made tofu with it a couple of times, and again the difference between fresh tofu and the tofu you find in western grocery stores is dramatic. You can find tools and instruction in the soyajoy total tofu kit. Tofu is a bit more work, however – probably an hour in the kitchen to make two to three batches of soymilk, heat them together, add the nigari to congeal, and then put the curds in a press.
I am so happy with this machine. This is not my first soy milk maker, and is nothing like the ones that were made years ago. It far exceeded my expectaions after reading the raving reviews. It is exceptionally easy to clean. It makes fabulous tasting milk very quickly. It really is the best one on the market.
After months of research, i originally bought the soyapower plus, which i was very happy with. Then, macguffin, another reviewer, was very thoughtful and told me about this new model, the soyajoy g3. I looked into and decided it was a better option for me than the soyapower plus. The main reason being that this g3 has the ability to make raw milks and juices. I really enjoyed my previous model (it really is great and if you don’t care about raw, then go for it), but i am so happy i ‘upgraded’. The raw milks are done faster (no water heating/cooking time) and they can be drank right away (no ‘cooling off’ time). The milks come out at a perfect temperature (not too hot, not too cold). Style:i also prefer the ‘aesthetic’ of the g3 over the soyapower plus (which looked nice, in its own right). However, for me, i have no white in my kitchen, but i do have a lot of other stainless counter-top appliances in view (toaster oven, blender, ice cream maker, coffee maker). In addition, the dark ring around the top and line in the handle is a deep burgundy brown, which matches my cabinets. Also, the lights are the super-cool glowing blue color, with illuminated outline images of what is being used (beans, etc. The previous model had a single red led for each function button. None of this has anything to do with making milk, but since macguffin covered the function so well :), i thought it’d be helpful to cover the aesthetic.
Simple to use, effective at what it does. The soyajoy g3 is built well, looks quite stylish, and scares our cats. They come and listen to it while it’s warming up, then run for cover when the motor starts grinding the soybeans. Straining the soymilk through cloth provides for a smoother soymilk, and adding a little oatmeal thickens it up a bit. We get about a litre of soymilk and about a cup of soymeal, which we mix with, flax, and almond or coconut flour to make waffles with. Now the only thing left is to see how long the soyajoy lastsone thing to add. My mother in law made soy milk for years to sell at the local market in bangkok, thailand. My wife says what the soyajoy makes tastes exactly like her mom’s soy milk. Can’t have higher praise than that.
I used to make soymilk with the blender and then cook it with a ricecooker. This product saves me so much time for making the same milk. Besides, it works on making other kinds of milk, too. I’ve tried some, and none of them failed. Most important of all, it’s easy to clean with the provided brush.