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SoyQuick Soy Milk Maker

SoyQuickThis soy milk maker is very popular in the USA and Canada. The SoyQuick is a medium sized soy milk maker, consisting of a stainless steel boiling container, which has a white plastic handle and bottom. The soy milk making process is controlled by a microcomputer. The filter consists of a stainless steel mesh filter which is easily screwed on the head of the machine (it screws on anti-clockwise, direction LOCK is mentioned on cup). The soybeans can be put in the filter cup beforehand or through a special opening (feeding window) in the head of the soy milk maker. The grinding knife consists of 2 blades and is attached to the head. The heating is done by a heater element, which is attached to the head. The SoyQuick has three buttons: one for milling (MOTOR), one for heating only (HEATER) and for making automatically soy milk (START). We only tested this soy milk maker for producing soy milk, but the machine can also make rice milk, almond milk and more.
Included with the SoyQuick are a portion of Laura soybeans (enough to make one batch of soy milk), a DVD (with instructions for making soy milk, tofu and recipes), a tofu press, tofu coagulator, a measuring cup (holding 100 g dry soybeans), a cleaning brush, a scrub sponge and a special cleaning powder.

The SoyQuick is very similar to the SoyaJoy but not the same. The main difference is that safety warnings and level indicators are printed or stamped on the SoyQuick but are on removable labels on the SoyaJoy. Both machines have now a coated circuit board and same internal seal to extend life expediency.

Operating instructions

These are the operating instructions as described by the manufacturer of the SoyQuick.
  • Fill the plastic measuring cup with dry soybeans. In a large bowl, wash the soybeans thoroughly and rinse with fresh water. Repeat three times until water is clear. Cover the soybeans with 2-3 inches of water ad soak 8-10 hours at room temperature. Soaking overnight is most convenient. After soaking, be sure to wash your soybeans thoroughly.
  • Fill the jug with water up to the maximum water level.
  • Place the soaked soybeans directly into the filter cup and re-attach the filter cup to the machine head.
  • Position the SoyQuick head onto the jug with the contact power switch resting on the rim and not placed in the pour spout area and the the soy milk maker in a safe area.
  • Attach the power cord to the SoyQuick. The appliance will beep and the power indicator light will be green.
  • Press only the START button. The soy milk maker will automatically start the cycle. The process takes 13-15 minutes. Multiple audio beeps with flashing power light indicate that the cycle is completed.
  • Unplug the power cord from the wall outlet first and then from the SoyQuick. Remove the machine head from the jug and discharge the pulp. Clean the heater element, the inside of the jug and the filter cup. Very detailed instructions to clean the SoyQuick are mentioned in the manual.

Test results

For this test, 105 g dry soybeans were used in 1400 ml cold water.
  • Mixing temperature. The temperature at which the first milling will start should be high enough to avoid beany taste. We tested by using cold (15°C) and warm (35°C) water. In both cases, the milling started at a temperature of respectively 80°C and 81°C. This means that a thermostat correctly controls the start of the milling.
  • Yield of soy milk.
    The strength of the soy milk is 4.3% dissolved solids and total quantity is 1341 ml. The soy milk contains about 12% suspended matter, mainly fine okara. Total yield calculated from these figures is 54%, which is good.
  • Taste.
    The taste of the milk produced by the SoyQuick is good and comparable to commercial soymilk without additives (such as salt and sugar).
  • Cleaning
    It is easy to clean this soy milk maker. Most of the heating takes place before grinding process so there is nearly no build up of dirt on the heater element. You can actually wipe it clean with a damp paper towel. It is important to flush the filter cup immediately after use and before allowing it to cool. The parts of the head that get dirty can be flushed under streaming water.


  • High yield of soy milk.
  • Large quantity of soymilk per batch.
  • The SoyQuick looks nice.
  • Feeding window makes loading of soybeans easy.
  • Easy to dismantle and clean.
  • Quality finishing
  • Machine comes with a very illustrative DVD.


  • High pulp content of soy milk.


Replacement parts

I need a new power cord. Any ideas where to get one?
Kimberly - 07/04/2015

soymilk maker

This is Lisa from a chinese famous soymilk maker manufacturer company. If your want to get more information, Please sent eamil to me.
Lisa - 16/07/2015

I have lost the filter cup, do you have a new one for me? How much does it cost? Is there different types of filter cups?
Agneta Brogren - 24/07/2015

filter cup

We need to get a replacement filter cup. How can we get one and how much will it cost? kind regards
gary Cavaney - 21/10/2015

Replacement filter cup for soyquick

We are still needing a replacement filter cup. Where can we get one please?
Gary Cavaney - 27/02/2016

Replacement parts

Any computer power cord works as a replacement for the soy milk maker.
dsjolly - 02/08/2016

Soyquick spare parts

I'm looking to order a new base for our pitcher or just a new pitcher. The company does not return email or phone calls. Any help would be great!
Mike - 24/08/2016

Soyquick spare parts

I am afraid that the Soyquick company no longer exists. Their website is still active but full of amazon links.
Rob - 26/08/2016

Problem Soyquick......

Can anyone give me advice re my machine. This morning I was making Oat milk when, on the last cycle, it started making a loud grinding noise with lights flashing inside/underneath the white plastic top. The noise was far louder than when grinding nuts and especially as this time I was only using soft Oats. Sounded like a problem inside the motor itself. Any advice would be appreciated as have noted Soyquick no longer exist? Thank you
Christina Lawson - 24/01/2017

new cord

I need a new cord, where can i get it?
caro faure - 20/06/2019


I lost my manual. I'm trying to figure out the temp machine runs at.
Thanks, Willow
Willow - 12/10/2019

I may have parts for people in need

Email me at Located in Australia, willing to send overseas though :D
Al - 15/11/2019

soyquick measue cup

What is the actual size of the soyquick measure cup? I lost the measure cup, and seem not to get the recepie right. Anyone can measure and tell me the size in official cup size?
Gabrielle - 16/11/2019

Today my SoyQuick soymilk maker died after 17 years of regular use!! I have no complaints - just wanted to share my experience with this wonderful machine.
Jean Myers - 14/06/2020

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