Magazine article USA TODAY

Putting Cow's Milk out to Pasture

Magazine article USA TODAY

Putting Cow's Milk out to Pasture

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With a growing waistline and a son who is highly allergic to anything that contains even a single drop of milk, it was time for a change--to soy milk. While the store-bought brands are fine, we really enjoy hunkering down in the kitchen and preparing things ourselves. Now, this doesn't mean we used to keep a cow in the backyard as a source of fresh milk, but it does mean we picked up the new Soybella Soy Milk Maker from Tribest Corporation. Its design, versatility, convenience, and advanced safety features make it easy for practically anyone to make fresh soy milk--and a variety of other recipes--in the comfort of your own home.

The Soybella ($139) features a stainless steel carafe with a sleek black trim and different program settings that control temperature and grinding time. By simply adding soybeans and water, it takes as little as 15 minutes to prepare fresh soy milk right on the kitchen counter. Once made, you can add brown sugar, vanilla, or any other desired sweetener--or simply enjoy its natural flavor. Soybella also can produce raw almond milk in about 30 seconds and is great for producing a variety of different milks from a wide array of beans and rice, while its dry food grinder accessory enables the grinding of dried beans, nuts, and grains that result in a rich, smooth consistency. …

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