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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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  • Laura soy milk smoothie

    March 21, 2017 12:09 PM | Laura Soybeans |

    My favorite post workout smoothie is made with Laura® soymilk.  It's quick and easy and loaded with all sorts of natural goodness.  I start with 8 ounces of Laura soy milk, 4 oz of coconut water, then I add kale, cilantro, parsley, blackberries, raspberries, chia seeds, wheat grass juice, a few slices of banana and top it off with your favorite protein and blend.  I carry it with me...

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  • Difference between the Laura® Soybeans and Natto/Sprouting soybeans

    March 20, 2017 6:28 PM | Laura Soybeans |

    Many times I am asked; "what is the difference between our Laura® soybeans and Natto/Sprouting soybeans?"

    Laura® soybeans, is our family variety best suited for the production of Soymilk and Tofu.  This is due to the high protein, large size and delicious flavor of the Laura® soybean milk.  I have visited many tofu shops in Japan and each time I learn a little more about the process...

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  • Donuts made with Laura® soy milk and okara... Delicious and Easy!

    February 26, 2017 5:20 PM | Laura Soybeans |

    On my recent visit to Japan I came across some wonderful soy milk okara donuts at a tofu shop that uses non gmo soybeans from our family farm.  They were delicious!  The tofu maker told me that in the past they would have to pay for discarding the left over okara from making soy milk, then they decided to start making these donuts using the left over okara and now they sell them at...

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