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Basic tips for using Y1 cooking machine

by Qian Zhou on Jun 13, 2023

Y1料理机基本使用小技巧

Here are some tips and tricks when using our Y1 Blender


In reality, using a food processor is akin to preparing Chinese cuisine, where precise ingredient measurements are challenging to achieve. A slight oversight can lead to various issues, ranging from expecting to make rice paste but ending up with rice soup to using excessive ingredients triggering machine overheating alerts or even causing machine blockages.

We believe that after reading this article, everyone will be adept at skillfully avoiding these errors and quickly mastering the perfect proportions when creating other new beverages in the future.

When making soy milk, soaked beans contribute to a smoother soy milk texture. You can also experiment by adding some lightly roasted peanuts to enhance the richness of the soy milk.

Additionally, the measuring cup is your reliable companion! Using a measuring cup ensures that you neither add too much nor too little of the ingredients.

For example, when making soy milk for 600 milliliters, use 6/10 cup of beans; for 800 milliliters of soy milk, use 8/10 cup, and so forth.

When making other thick beverages like rice paste, you can follow a 10:1 ratio. For instance, 600 milliliters of rice paste can be made using 60 milliliters of rice in the measuring cup, and so on.

When preparing vegetable soups and similar beverages, pay attention to the scale in the grinding chamber. If you aim to make a 600-milliliter beverage, it's advisable not to exceed the 600-milliliter line inside the grinding chamber.

(dried beans for 600ml soy milk)

If you have any further questions or concerns regarding the usage, please feel free to contact our customer service at any time!

Kind Regards,
 

Frank Han
Customer Support

Joyoung Australia | Official Online Store
shopjoyoung.com.au
Frank and Andy Trading Pty Ltd
16/114-118 Merrindale Dr, Croydon South VIC 3136

 

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