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  1. World’s Best-Tasting Soybean

    100% Natural Protein, grown straight from the earth

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  2. Naturally Healthy Blend

    Lightly Salted Tosteds , Fruit & Dark Chocolate Chips

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  3. Your Satisfying Snack

    100% Dry Roasted, NOT Fried

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Producing Iowa grown soybeans since 1987.

Laura® Soybeans are bred specifically to make delicious soy milk, tofu and other soy based foods.

We Grow the Highest Quality Soybeans

The Chambers Family has over a 100 year tradition of farming. All our Laura® Soybeans are Laura® Soybean Products are grown, harvested,
processed and packaged right here on our 5th generation family farm.

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  • Why the best vegan soy burgers are the ones you make at home

    March 27, 2020 10:03 AM | Laura Soybeans |

    Not all soy burgers are created equal. That’s true of most vegan or vegetarian foods, to be honest, but certain differences really stand out when you are searching for the healthiest, tastiest hamburger alternative.

    Want to know the truth? To find the soy burger that tastes best and is best for you, you are better off looking for the ingredients at home and making the patties...

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  • Laura® soybean Hummus easy DIY recipe

    March 2, 2020 2:59 PM | Laura Soybeans | Recipes

    Not only do Laura® Soybean make great tasting soymilk, tempeh and tofu, they also make great tasting hummus!  

    Here is an easy recipe to make homemade soy hummus:

    Ingredient list: 

    1.5 cups of boiled or pressure cooked Laura® Soybeans Soak your Laura® soybeans overnight and then boil for 2 hours or if you have a pressure cooker (instant pot) for 14 minutes on high.

    1/4 cup lemon...

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  • Everything you need to know about okara - and what you can do with it

    February 28, 2020 10:58 AM | Laura Soybeans |

    If you have ever made soy milk or tofu, then you know that the process leaves behind a pulp made up of all the insoluble parts that are left over after pureed soybeans have been filtered.

    That white or yellow substance, a byproduct of tofu and soy milk, is known as okara. It’s also called soy pulp or tofu dregs.

    But okara is a fantastic byproduct that can be used in many...

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