The leftovers are called Okara. Just Google it because there are over 25,000 listing after searching "okara recipe". However, don't confuse it with okra, which is a different vegetable.
Shame on you Martha! It is very wasteful to throw it out since okara is low in fat, high in fiber, and also contains protein, calcium, iron, and riboflavin. Its puzzling to me why you would go to all the trouble of making homemade soy milk and simply toss out half the reason for doing it!
Martha Stewart Member
The Japanese Chef said they use the "grits" for other food recipes. So how can I use the "grits" since I don't want to throw them out????