The Benefits

Soy milk is said to help fight against cancer, osteoporosis, and heart disease. Not only that, but since soy milk contains no lactose or cholesterol, it helps lower your cholesterol. Soy milk is the leading dairy-free milk alternative when it comes to protein, it is packed with a high protein content, making it a great way to enhance your vitality.
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The History of Soy Milk

The oldest evidence of soy milk production is on a Chinese mural incised on a stone slab. It shows a typical kitchen scene showing tofu and soy milk being made. Circa 25-250 A.D. According to popular tradition in China, soy milk was developed by Liu An for medicinal purposes, although there is no historical evidence for this legend. This legend first appeared in the 12th century and was not clearly stated until late 15th century in Bencao Gangmu, where the development of tofu was attributed to Liu with no mention of soy milk.
The Process

Soy milk is made from whole soybeans. The dry beans are soaked in water for a minimum of 3 hours or more depending on the temperature of the water. The rehydrated beans then undergo wet grinding with enough added water to give the desired solids content to the final product. We make sure to strain out undesired particles and then refrigerate the final product.