DIY SUGARFREE SOY MILK
2 cups of raw soya beans
2 tsp vanilla extract
Photo #1: Pre soak soyabeans overnight 2cups soya beans = 4 cups water
Photo #2: This is how the soya beans will look after soaking it overnight noticed that it became bigger in size. I drained it using the strainer and manually remove shell skins.
Photo #3: Blenderized half of the beans with 3 cups water until somewhat smooth, repeat the procedure for the beans remaining
Photo #4: Line a saucepan and strained the blenderized soya, I use a stainless fine strainer with lampin (sterilize using ny ecomom) on top of it. Stir with spoon occasionally and collect all ends of muslin cloth and squeeze the remaining mixture.
Photo #5: This is the strained solid part of the soya beans, some use it for baking but will probably use this as fertilizer for the soil.
Photo #6: This is now the strained mixture
Photo #7: place the saucepan in medium heat, add the vanilla extract and stir occasionally until it boils. Turn off heat and let it cool down before straining it again and transferring it in a bottle.
Photo #8 This is the finish product. I bought this plastic container from SM to be use exclusively for my son’s soy milk, washed it and sterilize it. Transferred the soy milk and keep refrigerated. According to the recipe this will last for 7 days provided that it will remain inside the refrigerator.
I tried to taste it before and after boiling it since I read somewhere from a co mommy that hers tasted bitter after and so I made sure of its taste. It’s actually delicious, creamy and bland since I opted not to add sugar but there is a hint taste of sweetness and taste like plain taho. So how much did it cost me? I bought the soy beans from divisoria for 55 pesos per kilogram. I used 2cups which is I guess roughly 500grams and I made 800ml of soy milk for approximately 30 pesos. A 250ml of local brand soy milk is around 35-40 pesos and a liter of west soy ( imported brand from healthy options) unsweetened is around 150-160 pesos.
This is homemade and you are 100% sure that no chemicals or preservatives were added making this healthy, cheap and safe for your child. #homemadesoymilk