Soy Milk
豆漿
dòu jiāng


    Soy milk (though there is no milk in it) is made with soybeans ground with water, and then the strained liquid is heated to boil. It is served both hot or cold and the sweetness of the beverage depends on the amount of sugar added to the drink. It is typically served in a bowl in traditional Chinese breakfast cafes or a paper cup for take out.