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Well, I'm living here in China and I tried it today. So far everything is good but it's about 1/3 too much dough for the bread pan. I cooked it in a cast iron bread pan at 325 +/- 10F for 30 mins. Checked it and the top is pretty brown but other than that it's perfect :)
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Yeah, pressure cooker is the way to go. Make sure you cover with foil sheet to keep water drips out.
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Works, but a lot of time invested in allowing dough to proof as much as possible. Took me 10 hours, placed it on a dripping tray in oven because the butter was far too much. Next test is less butter
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No they don't
We don't care either way tbh
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I just made my first batch. I was easy from your instructionThank you. - Peadardublin
Are you using fresh, dried or frozen soya beans? - Ros Lamb
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I make vegan "meatballs" with the pulp, mixing it with very finely chopped onion, spinach boiled and drained, nutritional yeast (3 o 4 Tbsp) and lots of spices and possibly some other leftover vegetables, also chopped finely or ground in a robot. Then I make small balls, place them on a slightly oiled tray or oiled baking paper, sprinkle some more oil on top, bake them at 370 degrees for about 30 minutes or until they're golden. And you can also add the pulp, plenty of it, to any cake butter, it will not change the taste much but will improve the consistency, and make a bigger cake.
Yes, apricot kernels are toxic but are still eaten, it's also known as bitter almonds. My friend, who is Italian, uses it in a traditional Italian cookie recipe. It's also used in Chinese medicinal soups, which my mom often made until the Chinese herbal shops stopped selling them due to misuse. That woman might have eaten them like normal nut/kernels or simply used too much. But you can still get them (just a few grams) as part of a medicinal package, after seeing a Chinese medicinal doctor, if your prescription calls for it. The packages don't contain only apricot kernels but also other herbs which you boil with water into a tonic for drinking.
Hi thereI have hand knead the doughMy bread came out quite dry and a little hard. Is there any suggestions i can do to improve. Thanks
They look awesome!! Thanks for the pic!
Ooo nice idea! Definitely let me know how that goes.
Oh great! That's so good to hear :) Glad the family liked it.
Great pictures! Thanks for trying out the recipe!
Thanks for the tutorial! Is there anything you have made with the leftover soy pulp?
No, discard the water. It contains phytohaemagglutinin from the beans, which can cause gastrointestinal problems. And boil for 10 mins at 212F to deactivate any phytohaemagglutinin that's left. The 2-3 mins in this recipe is not enough.
Your skepticism is correct, and the request for primary sources is exactly what I encourage patients and students to do. Phytic acid (IP-6 Inositol Hexaphosphate) has not been proven to help cancer in humans. Some studies show that it MAY have an effect on cancer cells in vitro (aka test tube) but that's a far cry from being an effective treatment. In fact, the FDA has officially listed it as a "fake cancer cure consumers should avoid." Please see my above reply for more details.http://www.fda.gov/Drugs/GuidanceComplianceRegulatoryInformation/EnforcementActivitiesbyFDA/ucm171057.htm
You should make it without the sugar then add sugar (or other sweetener/flavoring) as needed right before drinking. That way, you can tell if you need sugar, and how much sugar, to meet your taste.
I think you've confused phytic acid with phytohaemagglutinin. Phytic acid is not generally considered a toxin. At worst, it binds onto certain nutrients, like iron, reducing its absorption into the body. That's why vegetarians often need to take supplements. Far from toxic, many even consider phytic acid beneficial because it has been shown to prevent cardiovascular disease, cancer and diabetes. On the other hand, phytohaemagglutinin is a toxin that can cause illness by destroying the intestinal lining. This results in extreme nausea, severe vomiting and diarrhea. Phytohaemagglutinin is highest in kidney beans, but is present in most beans, including soybeans.You are correct that discarding the soaking water is a good idea. In fact, changing the water several times is advisable for kidney beans. You should then boil the beans at 212F for at least 10mins to deactivate the phytohaemagglutinin that's left. The 2-3 mins in this recipe is not enough although soybeans contain a lot less phytohaemagglutinin than kidney beans. Interestingly, low temperature cooking, such as that in a slow cooker (which generally won't go above 180F), can actually INCREASE the level of phytohaemagglutinin up to 5x! So make sure to soak and boil the phytohaemagglutinin out of kidney beans before using a slow cooker, i.e. for chili.http://www.fda.gov/Food/FoodborneIllnessContaminan...
Love knowing I can use the soybean pulp instead of throwing it away or using it as compost. Thanks!
A very loosely woven cloth for straining liquids to make cheese; hence, the name.
Excellent info, thanks!!
Hey, ho! Making this again, only soaking the soybeans in the blender. One less pot to clean. Tomorrow, will make "cream" cheese!!
Thanks for posting this simple recipe. I Made It!, but didn't take photos. I made 1/2 batch as an experiment and it was so easy. Next time, I'm going to make a full batch and make "cream cheese", adding lemon juice just after the soy milk has boiled, then, nutritional yeast before straining in cheesecloth. Yum!
I dont have mixer to mix the dough. I used to make bread by hand. I had tried to make bread with tangzong but haven't gotten the sofr texturw i wanted. My question is how long will i need to knead the dough by hand? Thank you
Gorilla Clear Repair Tape doesn't leave bubbles. I put it on my phone, iPod, Fuze, and camera. The adhesive is really strong, but still removes cleanly (test it out on your vinyl sheeting). Though I doubt you'll ever need to take it off your iPod. Unfortunately, it is only 1.88" wide. So it can't cover a tablet seamlessly.
Gorilla Clear Repair Tape doesn't leave bubbles. I put it on my phone, iPod, Fuze, and camera. The adhesive is really strong, but still removes cleanly (test it out on your vinyl sheeting.) Though I doubt you'll ever need to take it off your iPod. Unfortunately, it is 1.88" wide. So it can't cover a tablet seamlessly.
Thank you for the recipe. The bread is soft and yummy . Stopped buying bread from the market we bake it. I have tried many variations like put raisins, dried fruits all turned out well. It's my family favorite. Thank you.
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Hi,I made these and after I formed them into croissants and before proofing I froze them. when i want some in the morning i take some out the freezer and place them on a cookie sheet and proof them in room temp over night.
Hey B Takes a Bite,Your post caught my eye as potentially optimistically profound in a midst of talk of toxicity. If you have the time, I would be interested in your sources so I have some primary source material to boost my confidence. Thank you for your time.
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