I grew up on my mom’s freshly made soya milk. She made it using soaked soybeans and we always finish it by the day we made. This soya milk powder is good if you like soya milk. It has got a milder flavour than I expected. It is difficult to mix but I would suggest to use lukewarm or cold water to make a paste first before pouring more water. I always use a mini frothed for mixing. Also the seal was not working properly so I had to put it into another sealed bag. Hope they improve the package next time.
does not taste good like soy milk and will not mix well in most drinks. want to re think my review. I used in cold milk and cereal and it mixes great. love it is low in sugar and I refuel and feel great when I mix soy and cows milk together.
At first I made soymilk with boiling water and it was creamy and frothy and tasted pretty good. But it didn't dissolve very well. The second time I added it to my morning coffee with hot water and it dissolved better. I like that this is organic as soybean is one of the top GMO foods. Update:I know now to use warm or cold water to mix .
Just buy for making drink as milk supplement as I cannot drink milk. The taste is raw and good for me, I enjoy to add sugar, sometime with salt. Just add what I want for the drink. And sometimes add to make a cake and make soup, many recipes can do, thanks. I have purchased so many times, and sometime it will stock out that I need to wait for a long time. Thus now I buy 7packs in order to give my mum, mother-in-law, and auntie as they all like that. will purchase again and again and hope the stock won't stock out.
Just ordered my second bag. This soy milk powder is a fantastic addition to Matcha Latte with Probiotics (also sold on iHerb). I also enjoy making hot cocoa with it. This powder is also great mixed into a hot bowl of oatmeal. It mixes right in and makes the oatmeal creamy! It's the best replacement for regular milk that I've found. Soy milk in a carton just doesn't compare. I trust Now Foods for high-quality products. And it's organic!
It mixes without any problem if you premix it in cold or hot water. The more powder you use, the thicker it gets, so you can use it to make a really creamy drink. It has a very mild taste so you may want to add a little salt or sugar to it. It's enjoyable on its own and it tastes good on cereal. Just take care with it as it is a very fine powder that dispereses very easily. I would definitely consider buying it again.
I am thinking to use this as a meal replacement for dinner, i will take 6 tbs of this and add some Himalaya salt and cocoa powder to increase the nutrition🤓 so it will have all the macros fat carb and protein + nutrition + tasty and satisfying It sounds amazing to me do u agree🤨 Pls i need a like so don’t forget to press a thumbs up 🤍
When it's hard to find plant-based milk with clean ingredients, this will be the best option. Premium quality and it's organic! It's also economical and can last for a long if you don't use milk that much. I recommend using a blender to make soy milk to have better consistency and to make sure it dissolves well. It has a strong soy taste on its own..you can improve the taste by adding a sweetener. I find it more convenient to use in cooking and baking rather than putting it into coffee/tea/hot chocolate because of the thick consistency.
I followed the directions, and this made a wonderful soymilk, thick and delicious, just as a good quality soymilk should be. It is of course a little plain, so you may want to add things like a vanilla flavor, some sweetener, etc., or just use it plain. I used my whisk, and it dissolves well. The only downside is that it takes a lot of powder to make not much soymilk. That being the case, I'm not sure whether this saves any money over buying fresh soymilk. Of course, this is shelf-stable in the way that fresh is not.
i'm a little disappointed with this product. it's all organic which is awesome, but i'm having difficulty figuring out how to use it and make it taste good. it doesn't work well to stir directly into a hot coffee or tea, which is what i had bought it for and planned to do. so right now, after doing some research, i mix it with cold water and make a bottle of milk according to the instructions. it still tends to separate and doesn't dissolve the way i thought it would after adding the milk to my coffee etc. maybe blending it or boiling it would work, i have to experiment with that. otherwise the price was pretty descent and i think cheaper than buying organic soy milk, and of course lasts longer. i does have a somewhat bitterish taste, but maybe i'm making it too strong. i'm not so sure i'd recommend this to others if they want it for hot drinks.an update: I blended the powder(less than recommended)and water in my vitamix and it became very smooth and mixed well in my hot drink!