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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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  • DIY: How To Make Tofu At Home

    April 25, 2018 7:30 PM | Laura Soybeans | Recipes

    Have you ever had the desire to make tofu at home? Are you a home cook who enjoys making things from scratch that most people buy off the grocer's shelf?

    Then homemade tofu is something you'll want to put on your to-do list right now. If not for the nuanced flavor of homemade, then for the experience itself.

    Freshly made tofu is creamy, sweet, and deliciously healthy. There's no reason...

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  • Is Soy Safe?

    April 10, 2018 5:55 PM | Laura Soybeans |

    Is Soy Safe? What is all the Hysteria About?

    By Marie Oser

    Soy Bashing has become a cottage industry among a vocal contingent of anti-soy activists who have been spreading rumors about soy for more than a dozen years.

    Soybeans are rich in phytoestrogens.

    These phytoestrogens, AKA isoflavones have been a theoretical concern at the root of many shocking claims that have been quite...

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  • ​Soymilk Protein Markedly Superior to Cow Milk Protein

    April 10, 2018 5:54 PM | Laura Soybeans |

    Soymilk Protein Markedly Superior to Cow Milk Protein

    By Marie Oser

    Protein is essential for the growth and maintenance of tissues, organs and muscles and the protein in soy is complete protein with all nine essential amino acids.

    Soymilk and cow milk contain the about the same amount of protein and each provides all nine essential amino acids, but that is where the similarity ends....

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