As we really like to have smoothies for breakfast in our home, I have been on the lookout for an easier way to make nut milks. The commercial milks available, although they taste good, come with a couple of additives and the price is not too shabby either!
Whilst browsing through Youtube a couple of weeks ago, as you do :), I followed a link which led me to a video introducing the Soyabella.
Of course I had to have one!
I received my new gadget about a week ago and have been making almond milk with it until now.
This is such an easy process, I am thrilled thus far.
To do this, all you do is the following:
- Measure out a cup of almonds in the plastic measuring cup that accompanies the gadget
- Place them into the sieve attachment and cover with water overnight
- Empty the water, fill your soyabella with the desired amount of filtered water
- I add 2 destoned dates for sweetness at this point
- Attach sieve to motorhead, and mill (I mill 5 times)
The resulting milk is great!
I have dehydrated the leftover pulp and ground it down to make almond meal.
Once I have enough almond meal I will be baking something with it, so watch this spot :)
I will be trying soy-milk soon and will let you know how that turns out!
Do you use a soymilk maker?
Can you tell me how to make rice milk with the Soyabella?