no because soy milk is now called soy beverage. soy beverage is made out of the soy plant, so it is not milk because milk is from cows.
Soy milk can be used instead of milk when baking, but one has to make some adjustments. Regular milk has natural salt; not plain soy milk : minor adjustments may be needed. Then, there are flavored soy milk (e.g. vanilla soy milk).
Yes, soy milk come from a soy bean. To get soy milk they simply, just like they would a cow, milk the soybean.
Soy milk does not 'activate'.
soy milk is made from soy beans which is esp.good for women while cow's milk is a kind of animal product.
Cow's milk condenses better than soy milk. It keeps the baked recipe more moist than soy milk through the dehydration process. The soy milk has an oily effect as it cooks.
It is the opposite, tofu is made from soy milk, not into it
no, soy milk does not contain estrogen.
No, because soy milk is a liquid, not a solid
Soy milk contains 118 mg of potassium per 100 g of soy milk (3% in dry weight).
Soy milk does not have caffeine, although soy milk is often sold with added flavoring such as chocolate, which does include a small amount of caffeine.
Yes, soy milk is free from lactose and casein.
Soy milk does spoil and turn sour after the carton is opened.
Soy, more healthy and fewer calories.
soy milk.Dont try silk soy milk its gross
Yes, you can have unsweetened Soy milk on a Daniel fast.
Yes, soy milk can be made from pressed soaked soybeans.
There is no scientific reason for soy milk to stunt your growth.
The Ph Level of Soy Milk is 7- which is neutral on the PH scale.
no they do not serve soy milk cause is is not everyones favorit
Yes, there's no meat or animal products in soy milk.
Yes, you can boil soy milk in a pot on the stove.
In some ways, yes. Many people have lactose and/or casein intolerances, both of which (lactose and casein) are not present in soy milk. Soy milk also has no saturated fat.
49 calories is in 250 ml of light soy milk. Light soy milk also has 7.3 grams of carbohydrates.
For general information on soy milk, visit http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soy_milk. If you are concerned about the health effects of soy milk, you can consult your physician.