20 pounds of 2019 Laura® Soybeans for Soymilk and Tofu. A Truly Great Value for You!
1 lbs of soybeans produces about 1.5 gallons of milk using a soy milk maker.
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!
Posted by Unknown on Apr 17th 2018
Glad I was able to get soybeans from 2017 crop year.
Better than store bought
Posted by Jeffrey on Apr 8th 2018
I started making my own soymilk over a decade ago. I started because I went vegan for a period of time. Even though I am no eat a vegan diet, I have still continued to make my own soymilk. I use it in a variety of things like soy/coconut milk yogurt, soy cheeses (much better than the store bought vegan cheeses) and just plain soymilk for my cereals (also homemade) and a variety of dishes calling for milk. Just a few additional things like lemon juice to curdle it make it a perfect alternative to milk in so many baked goods.
I have tried many different varieties of soy beans and found that Laura Soybeans to give the best flavor.
Thank you for a wonderful product
I am also dealing with chemotherapy because I have cancer and this is much easier to tolerate than regular milk when I don't feel like eating and I need to get nutrients into my system.
Posted by Unknown on Mar 16th 2018
Best soybean I've ever tried in US. It is the best choice for soymilk.
Laura sells the best soybeans
Posted by Dan on Mar 12th 2018
I've tried many brands of soybeans for my homemade tofu and nothing beats the consistent high quality of Laura non-GMO soybeans!
Great soy beans. Will buy again
Posted by Unknown on Mar 12th 2018
Ordered 20 lbs package. Got it in 3 days via USPS priority box. Was super pleased with the quality of the beans. Love it!
Posted by Dawn on Feb 27th 2018
Using these in a Soyajoy milk maker, mainly for soy yogurt. Quality far exceeds others I have tried, and buying 20lbs (with the flat rate shipping) makes the cost of Laura soybeans quite close to that of the nondescript variety at my local bulk supplier. These are so good that I can even use them unsoaked with no bitterness. The ordering process is simple and the beans arrive promptly.
THE VERY BEST!
Posted by Terry on Dec 27th 2017
Having tested several varieties of soy beans (samples kindly provided by Jonathan Chambers) the Laura variety, being the most creamy and having an excellent flavor has proved the best for my needs for both soy milk and tofu. For anyone interested, I use fermented whey from the previous batch to coagulate each new batch of soy milk. (Traditional S.E. Asian method) This not only gives the tofu a unique and subtle flavor, but freezing it produces a fibrous (instead of crumbly) texture which is excellent for making sauced western dishes such as scollapini. Your tofu sceptic friends will never guess it's tofu!
Posted by Will on Nov 29th 2017
very good quality soybeans and worth the money. the online purchase process is simple and easy and I got my order in 2 days.
Iowa soybeans are the best!
Posted by Hui Chou on Nov 10th 2017
I am a Chinese American and we depend a lot on soybean products, e.g., soy milk, tofu, dried bean curd, etc. For a long time when I was a busy student I just bought these from local Chinese grocery stores without knowing how they were made. About 5 years ago I randomly bought some Chinese made soy milk making machines from Amazon on sale and they work much nicer than having to manually squeeze out the soy juice from grounded soybean pastes and slowly wait for the juice to boil but not boil over! Since that time I have gotten used to making soy milk in my spare weekends and the only trusted source of high quality soybeans I have used were from Laura Soybeans. Since I also lived in Iowa, I know people here especially farmer a lot more honest than re-sellers from out of state who may not know the origins of the soybeans they sell. So far I have successfully made soy milks (of course; thanks to the machines) and two types of tofu using different coagulants (Nigari (magnesium chloride; Japanese style tofu) and Gypsum (calcium sulfate; Chinese style tofu) ) and they both tasted very good! I never knew freshly made tofu tasted so good compared to store bought tofu. Too bad there isn't tofu making home appliances that I can buy to speed up the tofu making from soy milk process, but it's really fun to make your own tofu if you have time. I have not tried making dried bean curds yet because that is going to take even more time on top of tofu making , but I am sure I will try that some days. It's a bit off topic in my review about tofu making and it may sound like I was contracted to write this review, but no, I honestly don't know anybody at Laura Soybeans other than being a satisfied customer and I just wish them to sell more of their high quality soybeans and stay in business forever, so I can continue to have supplies for my soybean needs. :)
soy milk and okara
Posted by Bruce on Oct 9th 2017
About once a week I cook a Soyajoy batch of soy milk. It's labor intensive and retired guys must be a good part of the labor force.
Tastes fine and then there is the bonus of two servings of okara for breakfast.