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Will soymilk keep well in the freezer?

Since I found out that I can't use soymilk faster than it expires, I'm looking for a better solution. If I were to portion out the soymilk into containers, could I freeze all but a week's worth in ...
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Why is my soymilk going off so fast?

Long before the expiration date on my soymilk, I'm having to toss it and buy a new container. I use soymilk only for my morning tea, and it develops this strange metallic and bitter flavor (it may ...
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Is soy milk in America similar to the type in East Asia?

Finding soy milk in the States isn't very difficult - it's generally stocked in supermarkets and used as an alternative to dairy. However, I'm not sure if the flavour of typical American soy milk ...
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Preparing soy milk at home

How to prepare soy milk at home?, is it as simple as soak soy then blend and strain the milk or some centrifuge technique is used
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why does soy milk curdle when salt is added

Why does soy milk curdle when salt is added? Does it have something to do with starch?
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Why does soymilk take longer to expire?

Normally, milk itself takes about two weeks to expire, at least from my experience buying it from our local grocery store. However, after buying a carton of soymilk, I noticed a shocking thing; it ...
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Soy milk compared to other bean milks

Is there any reason why soy milk is so popular compared to other bean milks? I mean, there really aren't any other bean milks sold in grocery stores unless you make it yourself. For example, why not ...
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Does the order of preparation steps for soy milk make a difference?

When making homemade soy milk with a blender, what is the difference between: cooking beans -> blending --> straining blending raw beans -> cooking --> straining blending raw beans -> straining --> ...
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Why does salt prevent soy milk from curdling in hot coffee?

As many people have experienced, soy milk will often curdle in hot coffee. I've experienced this myself with both instant and fresh coffee, and with my homemade soy milk (not my favorite soy milk ...
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Substituting soy milk for regular (cow) milk in crepes/pancakes

I normally make my Swedish pancakes with soy milk because my SO has a dairy sensitivity. But today I used cow's milk, and I noticed that my pancakes seemed to brown a lot faster than they usually do, ...
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Is it possible to make soymilk without a “beany” taste?

I've made soymilk several times using dried beans. I've done it using a pot of boiling water to cook the pre-soaked beans, blending in a blender, and straining. I also have a SoyaJoy soymilk maker. No ...
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Cooking Chemistry: lemon juice/soymilk buttermilk substitute turning bitter and 'rising'

I made a soup recipe the other night (mainly potato, spinach, and veggie broth) that called for buttermilk. I substituted soymilk and lemon juice, reading online that that was a good substitution for ...
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How can I fortify homemade soy milk?

Commercial soy milk is fortified with lots of different vitamins. Is it possible to add these vitamins to homemade soy milk? If so how would you do it? I'm not sure if we absorb the vitamins or if ...
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How to include soy milk in bechamel

A visitor has left a nearly full bottle of soy milk in our fridge. Personally, I hate the taste of soy milk, I find it too sweet and nutty for me, yet I feel compelled to use it up somehow. I am ...
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Can I use fresh okara without cooking it?

I started to experiment with home-made soy milk, which means that I have a lot of okara and I am looking for various ways of using it. I grind the soy beans before boiling the milk, so that the okara ...
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Can I substitute Soy Milk when a recipe for cooking (not baking) calls for regular (or 2%) milk

This question asks the question for baking. For for regular stove-top cooking, will it work. Other than minor adjustments for cooking time. EDIT 3/22/11: the specific items I am making are white ...
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Why is my soy milk frozen?

I bought a quart of soy milk for the first time ever last week. It has been sitting unopened in the door of my refrigerator since. I pulled it out today to use it in a bowl of cereal and it was frozen ...
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How can I make my icecream soft as it is too hard to carve straight from the fridge?

I have made my recipe with many changes and the most successful effort was the addition of a Instant Pudding mix. All others were much too hard to carve and serious effort was needed to just get the ...
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Making soy milk: best way to separate okara?

When making soy milk, what is the best way to separate the okara (fibrous material) from the hot liquid? My observations: When pouring through any kind of a screen, the screen becomes clogged ...
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If Soy Milk gets congealed at the bottom, is this a sign that it's going bad?

It happens a lot with vanilla flavored soy milk - the congealed portions sit at the bottom of the container and looks like whip cream - does this mean that it's going bad?