Soy (soya) milk, is made from soybeans and
There are several types and flavors on the market,
but the basic
soymilk recipe is the
Which Soymilk is right for you?
If you are looking for a replacement for dairy
products, do not expect them to taste like cows
You shouldn't want that!
People were never meant to drink cows milk, dogs
milk, or any other animals milk, beside human milk,
for that matter, which is why so many people are
lactose intolerant, or why most people physically
react to dairy products in some way...
As I said above, there are many, many types and
flavors of soymilk, and other dairy milk
replacements, (almond milk, hemp milk, rice milk,
chocolate, vanilla flavor etc.) on the market. As
with any type of food, each of us have our own
preferences for taste, and should try different
ones to find the best for us!
You might like one for drinking and another for
Cooking with Soymilk.
BUT, for cooking with soymilk,
only use soymilk that has
soybeans and water on the label! (Unless you
have cooked with something else before and actually
ALL soymilks that have anything else on the
label, even just added vitamins, or labeled
"unsweetened" will alter the taste of what you are
Make sure there is nothing but soybeans and
water on the label!
Use plain, unflavored, unsweetened, soymilk in
any recipe calling for milk.
There is also a dry form sold, which is great to
keep on hand. But again, be positive there is
nothing else on the label, except soybeans and
water, unless you know what it is like, and are
using it as a beverage, instead of cooking with
If a recipe calls for
Evaporated milk is just
2 servings of milk in 1 serving of liquid. So to
get evaporated milk use twice as much instant dry
soy milk powder to one serving of soy milk, or take
ready made soy milk (with only soy beans and water
on the label) and use that in place of water for
mixing one serving of instant dry soy milk powder.
Or reduce (boil) soymilk to half.
milk is just concentrated milk with added
sugar, and usually oil added, which you can easily
make your own.
Click here for a non dairy
SWEETENED CONDENSED MILK
For great recipes using
soymilk check out veganwolf
SOYMILK SKIN. Also known as
YUBA is a wonderful biproduct of
making soymilk and tofu. Use it to make crispy
"skin" like textures on fake meats like homemade
tofurkey, or as wrappers, or other meatless meats.
Click here for more on YUBA.
for FabulousTofu Cooking
COOK WITH TOFU,
It tastes great!
it's good for you!
TOFUs Nutritional information
Tips for using soymilk
Best choices for a
non dairy soymilk