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I. What Is Soy Beans? _ History Of Soy Milk

II. Preparing Soy Beans

III.Making Soy Milk At Home

IV. Nutritional Of Soy Milk

I.What Is Soy Beans _ History Of Soymilk

Nutritional values of soybeans

Soybeans are very rich in nutritive components. Besides
the very high protein content, soybeans contains a lot of fibre and
are rich in calcium, magnesium . The soy protein has a high
biological value and contains all the essential amino acids.

Soybeans are rich in unsaturated fatty acids and low in

saturated fatty acids, which need to be avoided.
Nutritional Of Soy Beans
Water 8.5 g Phosphorus, Mg 704 mg
Energy 416 kcal Potassium, K 1797 mg
Energy 1741 kJ Sodium, Na 2.0 mg
Protein 36.5 g
Fat (total lipid) 19.9 g Zinc, Zn 4.9 mg
Fatty acids, saturated 2.9 g
Fatty acids, mono-unsaturated 4.4 g Copper, Cu 1.7 mg
Fatty acids, poly-unsaturated 11.3 g Manganese, Mn 2.52 mg
Carbohydrates 30.2 g
Fiber 9.3 g Selenium, Se 17.8 µg
Ash 4.9 g Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) 6.0 mg
Isoflavones 200 mg
Calcium, Ca 277 mg Thiamin (vitamin B1) 0.874 mg
Iron, Fe 15.7 mg Riboflavin (vitamin B2) 0.87 mg
Magnesium, Mg 280 mg
Niacin (vitamin B3) 1.62 mg
Panthotenic acid (vitamin 0.79 mg
Vitamin B6 0.38 mg
Folic acid 375 µg
Vitamin B12 0.0 µg
Vitamin A 2.0 µg
Vitamin E 1.95 mg
I.What Is Soy Beans _ History Of Soymilk

- made in China by Su Ping during the period A.D. 25-220.

- came to Europe the earliest in 1665 by Domingo
Fernandez de Navarrete.
- came to the US. by Henry Trimble in 1896 in the
American Journal of Pharmacy .
- produced in 1931 by Madison Foods, Tennessee.
II.Prepairing Soy Beans

Large Pot Colander


Cheesecloth Blender Or
Food Processor

300 gram soybeans

4 litre of water

Sugar, vanilla, salt

II.Prepairing Soy Beans

1.Clean the soybeans with

2.Remove debris or damaged
3.Soak the soybeans overnight
in plenty of water.
4.Drain and rinse the
soybeans in a colander
III. How To Make Soy Milk

1.Grind the soybeans in a blender or food processor with just

enough water to cover them until it makes a slurry.
III. How To Make Soy Milk

Steps 2: Pour the slurry into a pot on the stove and add some water.
Steps 3: Bring the slurry to a boil, stirring constantly.
Steps 4: Turn it down to simmer for 15 to 20 minutes. Keep stirring.
III. How To Make Soy Milk

Steps 5:
Filter the slurry through a cheesecloth, saving the liquid in a bowl. This
is the soy milk. Discard the ground up soybeans.
Steps 6:
Add some sugar, some vanilla or little salt.
IV.Nutritional Of Soy Milk

Benefit 1: Soy milk contains only vegetables proteins

Benefit 2: Soy milk contains no lactose

Benefit 3: Fewer people are allergic to soy milk

Only 0.5 percent of the children are allergic to soy milk.

Benefit 4: Soy milk reduces cholesterol

Soy protein can decrease cholesterol levels.

Benefit 5: Soy milk contains no hormones

Benefit 6: Soy milk does not cause insulin dependent diabetes

Benefit 7: Soy milk is rich in isoflavones

IV.Nutritional Of Soy Milk
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