Like many Asian who are used to the Asian sweet soybean milk, I cannot stomach the American soybean milk. What worst is most soybeans produced in the U.S. is GMO (Genetically Modified Organism) product. Anyway, it doesn't matter to me as I don't like the American soybean milk anyway. I buy my dried soybeans at the Asian grocery store here as it was imported from other Asian countries. I remembered I helped my mom made soybean milk before but I forgot how easy it is to make our own. Until I saw Noobcook's soybean post. I was like wow it is very easy to make our own sweet soybean milk at home.
I measured the amount I used to give my readers a guide. 1 cup of dried soybeans made 1 pitcher of soybean milk for me. I keep it in the refrigerator because I like it cold. It should be able to keep for a few days in the refrigerator. If you like to make your own American style soybean milk, just omit the rock sugar.