The two models shown above are, on the left DJ13C-D08D(S) and on the right is DJ12C-A11D(S) both with ultra fine grinding, 360 degree heating and Intelligent Temperature Control.
Upon purchase the soymilk maker comes with a plastic jar, metal strainer, scrap pad, measuring cup (1 cup = 90g soybean) and a small brush for washing the blades.
DJ13C-D08D(S) comes with an Ultra-Fine grinding (超微原磨技术) that ensures the beans are grinded in the small compartment at high speed which release the full nutrition and aroma.
This soymilk maker will only works with at least 900ml of water and hold up to maximum amount of 1300ml. Just a note, do not over heat the machine with more than 3 continuous run.
Happiness (Pte) Ltd is the sole distributor for Joyoung Soymilk Maker (九阳豆浆机) and they have channel out the products to retail at Audio House, Best Denki, Gain City, Harvey Norman, Isetan, Mustafa, Courts and NTUC xtra major electrical stores.
Retail price for the two available models are; DJ13C-D080D(S) (this is the one I am using for the recipes) at S$268.00 and DJ12C-A11D(S) at S$218.00.
There are quite a number of readers and friends asking me whether is it worth getting one of this Joyoung Soymilk Maker (九阳豆浆机) and my reply is, it all depend on individual needs and usages. Like what you have read from the above plus the launching post (HERE), I am sure you already have a rough ideas of what this machine can do.
Other than a basic soymilk maker, it can also help to cook rice gruel for babies, prepare cream soup for western food or even make some fruit jam or kaya with just a button away.
|Joyoung Soymilk ||Black Soybean Soymilk ||Snow Fungus With Red Date Soup (coming soon) |
|Okara Omelette ||Okara Mantou ||Okara Butter Cake |
|Pandan Kaya |