The Best Soybeans for Sprouting and great for Natto too! 2017 Crop
- 100% Natural Protein, grown straight from the earth
- Non-GMO (not genetically modified)
- Great for Sprouting and Natto
- You can make it at home
- Fresh! you make it when you need it
- Easy To Store Beans For Ease of Use
The Chambers Family Farm produces the highest quality food soybeans available for your home and family. All of our food soybeans are NON-GMO and grown, tended, harvested and packaged right here on our 5th generation family farm. Quality You Can Trust from our family to yours!
Want to know the best way to sprout?
See our method below:
Start with a glass mason jar and cheesecloth. Use a rubber band to hold the cheesecloth onto the opening of the jar.
Then add about 120 grams of rinsed Laura® Soybeans into the jar.
Then fill the jar with about twice as much water as soybeans.
Let it sit for about 8 to 10 hours just soaking.
After the 8 to 10 hours of soaking, with the cheesecloth still attached pour out the soaking water.
Fill the jar with the soaked beans with water and swish the beans and the water around rinsing the beans in the jar.
Then, still with the cheesecloth on; pour the water out of the jar and leave the Laura® beans in the jar.
Then rinse the Laura beans in the jar, each time leaving the cheesecloth on and pouring the rinse water out.
Do this about every 12 hours, until the Laura® beans start to sprout. It takes about 2 to 3 days for them to start sprouting.
By the 4th day, the Laura® beans will be sprouting very well.
When ready, take the cheesecloth off and pour the sprouted Laura® beans out.
Excellent Soybeans for natto!
Posted by Ed Brown on Jan 23rd 2018
I discovered the sprouting and natto beans by accident and had been using your other great beans with diminishing results. My for a batch with the natto beans was amazing and exactly what I was expecting.
Posted by Wilfred Sessoms on Sep 13th 2017
Received my order and immediately follow the instructions to sprout the soybeans and everyone of the soybeans in the jar sprouted. Very happy with the results!
Small Soybeans Good for Natto
Posted by Unknown on Aug 30th 2017
I bought 13 pounds of Small soybeans for Natto and the quality of the soybeans is excellent. By using the Natto Maker, I successfully made natto, tasting much better than regular soybeans. In addition, I have noticed that when I cover a towel over the top of the Natto maker to ensure it is dark, I see even better quality Natto! Perfect beans for Natto!
GREAT FOR SPROUTING
Posted by Unknown on Aug 7th 2017
I had used the organic soybeans from several store and they just wouldn't sprout, I was very disappointed and don't know where to buy the good sprouting soybeans , until I found this one. I'm very satisfied with this. I soak the beans in the water for 8 hours, then put in the pot to sprouting, only take less than 12 hours to have little sprout come out and ready to steam for making soy milk, before, normally take 2 days, and not 100% sprout. Will recommend to friends and buy more.
Posted by Unknown on Jul 13th 2017
Love,love love these beans. The day I received Iimmediately made some soy milk - taste fantastic
and sorouted some beans - ready in 3 short days.
I highly recommend this product.
Easy to sprout
Posted by Joy on Jun 19th 2017
These are very good soybeans for sprout and my whole family enjoy it! Glad to find your product. Thank you!
Posted by Lu Bauer on May 27th 2017
I made my own sprouts right away after I received my 13-pound bag of soybeans. yummy! I love them
Posted by Unknown on May 2nd 2017
These little beans are good in all ways I've tried them so far. Good (soaked and pressure cooked) for casseroles and soups. Because of their size, these are also easier to grind in my Nutrimill than are the larger beans, though the resulting flour is not as fine a powder as the commercial soy flours, it is a whole lot fresher!
Posted by tony on Mar 27th 2017
Posted by Unknown on Jan 26th 2017
I was surprised to see that the beans are much smaller than regular soy beans. They are clean and in excellent condition. Soaked them for 24 hours and they started to sprout in 2 days. Before, I had used the regular soybeans and they just wouldn't sprout. As of this writing, it's going on third day and patiently waiting for the sprouted beans to be ready...