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    Welbon Automatic Soymilk Maker TSM-2000 manual/ instructions

    Mon Nov 05, 2012 1:46 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    Hello, I'm so glad this forums here. Would anyone happen to have the instructions for using this appliance? I don't know how much dry beans or water to use or when to put in flavors. I received a lightly used one because I am lactose intolerant but it did not come with instructions. I've looked all day online for the manual to no avail. Thanks
    Mon Nov 05, 2012 7:47 am
    Forum Host
    Your best bet might be to try to contact the manufacturer. Another option would be to check the stores where the product is sold in your area and see if you can find someone who is knowledgeable. Perhaps someone in a health food store?
    Mon Nov 05, 2012 8:06 am Groupie
    Hi spammeknot! Welcome to Gadgets. wave.gif
    I wish I could find the actual manual for you, because I know how frustrating it is to have a machine and not be able to use it.

    However, I did find a brief How-To that might answer at least a couple of your questions. There is also a possibility that the person selling this product on Ebay would answer the amount of beans and water question for you.
    Good luck! icon_smile.gif

    Ebay Listing for Welbon Soymilk Maker
    1. Clean the 2 containers, add the dry/soaked soy bean and add water. (This new model can extract fruit or vegetable juice, cut the fruit or vegetable in small pieces, add water). Recommend to soak the soy bean in night time and make the soymilk in the morning.

    2. Lock the 2 containers in proper positions. Press "function" button to select the mode, then press "Power On" button, wait about 15-20 minutes, a hot soy milk is ready!

    3. Pour the upper portion of the soymilk to the bowl or glass, and add sugar for better taste.
    Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:51 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    icon_eek.gif This is an update to my first post looking for the instructions for the welbon soymilk maker.
    [b]I found out this info by calling the company :::888-412-3428 1234buy located at 9608 lower azusa st. El Monte, CA 91780
    If using soaked beans you put 1 cup (100ml) into top container then fill with water to top line of carafe and pour into top container put it together, pop it into the machine and turn on. (there is also 1 video on youtube in japanese showing a girl demostrating the use of the machine but no measurements) The instruction book says you can make repeated batches in this manner to fill carafe.
    This seems expensive compared to buying a quart of pre-made at the store for 1.99. Whole foods usually has weekly sales on various brands of soymilk.
    To me using this machine would only be realistic if one wanted to use organic soybeans, filtered water, organic flavorings and wanted fresh batches as desired.

    I haven't yet computed the cost of using this machine since I just found out this information today so after I do I might post that info.
    Note: it may be more cost effective to order soybeans in 25lb or 50lb bags off internet but then you can't be sure of the quality or chemical contamination of the beans.
    Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:28 pm Groupie
    Hi Spammeknot!
    Thanks so much for popping back in with the information you found. You never know who else might be looking for answers to the same questions, so thank you for sharing them with us. icon_biggrin.gif

    I agree with you that sometimes making it homemade may not be the most cost effective way. However, like you said, it may be the only way for someone who needs to be absolutely sure of every ingredient going into their body.

    I can't wait to hear how you like the machine and the final product after using it.
    Wed Nov 14, 2012 5:24 pm
    Forum Host
    You know, Rinshinomori over in the Asian forum makes her own soy milk tofu, etc., and I remember her saying that she ordered her soy beans from some place. You might want to go over there and get some tips from her. She is very very knowledgeable about Japanese cooking in particular.
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