Soy Beans, Hulled & Split (Organic, Bulk) - 25kg

Soy Beans, Hulled & Split (Organic, Bulk) - 25kg



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Bulk Organic Soya Beans, Split & Hulled (Organic, GMO Free) - 25kg

Soya beans are a nutritious and very versatile plant-based food. They can be used to make tofu, tempeh, miso and soymilk however cooked soy beans can also be used as an ingredient in soups, sauces and stews. Soya beans have been used in Asian cultures for centuries, and only relatively recently been introduced to the West.


Note: If you plan on making tempeh, these already hulled soy beans speed up the process considerably! Normally you would need to manually remove the hulls/skins, in order for the spores to inoculate the beans.  This is typically the most labour intensive part of the process!


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Ingredients: Organic Soy Beans

Origin: Canada

Certification: Organic

Enjoy Me...

  • Soya beans can be used to make tofu, tempeh, miso and soymilk, however cooked soybeans can also be used as an ingredient in soups, sauces and stews.
  • Split soy beans to save you loads of time when making Tempeh! Why use split beans? - the Tempeh tastes better without the skins - no extra humidity retained in the beans - less empty spaces in the bag, meaning the mycelium can grow stronger - reduces the grey/black spots on the tempeh
  • DIY Soy Milk... To make your own soy milk, soak 100g of dried soybeans overnight (or for 8-12hrs). Let the water set a few inches above the beans, as they will absorb water and double in size. The next day, drain and rinse the beans. Add to a blender with 1,2 l water. Strain the mixture through a nut milk bag. Then bring the liquid (soy milk) to boil, skim any foams, and simmer for 15 minutes while stirring occasionally. Finally, let it cool and enjoy it. For sweetness, add vanilla or dates and blend as necessary. You can also add some cinnamon.
Enjoy Me...
1. Soya beans can be used to make tofu, tempeh, miso and soymilk, however cooked soybeans can also be used as an ingredient in soups, sauces and stews.
2. Split soy beans to save you loads of time when making Tempeh! Why use split beans? - the Tempeh tastes better without the skins - no extra humidity retained in the beans - less empty spaces in the bag, meaning the mycelium can grow stronger - reduces the grey/black spots on the tempeh
3. DIY Soy Milk... To make your own soy milk, soak 100g of dried soybeans overnight (or for 8-12hrs). Let the water set a few inches above the beans, as they will absorb water and double in size. The next day, drain and rinse the beans. Add to a blender with 1,2 l water. Strain the mixture through a nut milk bag. Then bring the liquid (soy milk) to boil, skim any foams, and simmer for 15 minutes while stirring occasionally. Finally, let it cool and enjoy it. For sweetness, add vanilla or dates and blend as necessary. You can also add some cinnamon.

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