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VERSATILITY

In addition to juice making, the Angel Juicer supports:

  • Soybean and seed juicing 
  • Making nut butters, baby food, desserts, frozen fruit sorbets, and tofu.
  • Grinding beans and grains.

 

 

How to Make Soy Milk (Soy Bean Juicing) 

  1. Wash soybeans. 
  2. Boil soybeans (soybean to water ratio: 1 to 4) for about 5 to 6 minutes.
  3. Place juice cup under the juice outlet and pulp collector under pulp outlet.
  4. Turn the power switch on. 
  5. Put the boiled soybeans into the feeding chute a little at a time.
  6. Add small amount of the boiled water along with soybeans. 
  7. Turn power switch off.
  8. Clean machine parts. 

 

How to Make Nut Butters (with Nut Butter Mashing Housing Filter) 

  1. Soak nuts in water for 6 to 12 hours. Peanuts do not need to be soaked.
  2. Drain.
  3. Place the juice cup under the juice outlet and the pulp collector under the pulp outlet.
  4. Turn the power switch on.
  5. Feed nuts into the feeding chute a little at a time. If needed, feed nuts with a small amount of water.
  6. If you do not get the right consistency the first time, repeat.
  7. Turn power switch off.
  8. Clean machine parts right after use. The nut butter can easily stick to the surface of the gears and screen. 

 

How to Make Nut Butter: Option 2 (with Nut Butter Mashing Housing Filter)

  1. Place the juice cup under the juice outlet and pulp collector under the pulp outlet.
  2. You can use any type of container other than the pulp collector if it fits right under the pulp outlet to catch the butter.
  3. Check the hardness of nuts before putting into the feeding chute. If the nuts are too hard, the twin gears can possibly be damaged.
  4. Pour in about half a cup of nuts and turn on the juicer.
  5. Add in 1 to 2 tbsp of a neutral flavored oil on top to help get it to a creamy consistency. Add oil until desired consistency. 
  6. Pour in the other half of nuts and push them through the grinder. If you push through too fast, it may come out chunkier. If you push through slowly, it will be creamier.
  7. Add in salt to taste, as well as chocolate chips, coconut flakes, or dried fruits to your desire.

 

How to Make Tofu

  1. Wash 400 grams of soybeans and soak in 3.6 liters of water for five to ten hours until soften.
  2. Grind the soaked soybeans by alternating the soaked soybeans and water (soybean to water ratio: 6 to 1) into the feeding chute. You will get bean curd.
  3. Grind the bean curd repeatedly until it turns to soymilk.
  4. Pour the soymilk into a pot and boil. Reduce the flame to low when it overflows. Stop boiling after you’ve reduced the flame three times.
  5. After five minutes of cooling, mix the boiled soymilk with brine and wait until it turns into a jelly-like consistency.
  6. When the soymilk and brine turns to the jelly-like consistency, the tofu is ready to eat. Some water with tofu is normal.
  7. If you would like to shape the tofu, use a mold and linen towel.

 

How to Grind Beans or Grains 

  1. Soak beans or grains in water for six hours or more.
  2. Drain the beans or grains. 
  3. Place the juice cup under the juice outlet and pulp collector under the pulp outlet.
  4. Turn the power switch on.
  5. Put the beans or grains into the feeding chute a little at a time.
  6. If needed, feed beans or grains with a small amount of water.
  7. Turn the power switch off.
  8. Clean the machine parts.