I'm not sure how to rate this but I did comment on my experience with this. The things I like about this are that you can make your own soymilk and know what is going into it. Also, you can adjust the flavor and sweetness to taste. However, some cautions to first-time makers. It is more complicated than it looks -- the straining is quite difficult, as quite a large amount is strained out. I ended up squeezing mine through the cheesecloth; otherwise it would have had to sit and strain for quite awhile! I think I let a bit too much through, but it is fine and not noticeably thick. Also, I had hoped that this would be a money-saver, but you have to use quite a lot of soybeans to get a little bit of milk, so I don't think it's economical in the long run. Also, I did think the taste was very good, though I could get used to it. My other question is why is the calorie and fat content so high? I used artificial sweetener rather than sugar to cut back on calories, but I am concerned about the fat.
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I'm not sure how to rate this but I did comment on my experience with this. The things I like...