5 pounds of Laura® Soybeans for the best Soymilk and 5 pounds of Natto/Sprouting beans 2017 Crop.
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 and packaged right here on our 5th generation family farm. Quality You Can Trust from our family to yours!
Posted by Bill F. on Jun 25th 2018
My wife is very pleased with the order of the 5 pound Natto/Sprouting beans. She has been using them with her bean sprouter and is very happy with the results. We plan to order more in the future. Service is prompt and the beans arrive in good shape ready to grow.
Posted by Andrea Nguyen on Apr 23rd 2018
I've been using Laura soybeans for making tofu and suggest it in my book, Asian Tofu. The flavor, fragrance, and yield are excellent. The fact that the beans are non-GMO and single source from the Chambers's farm is incredible. I recommend Laura beans whenever home cooks or chefs seek advice on where to find the best soybeans in America.
Laura Soybeans are Really Good
Posted by S.S on Apr 2nd 2018
I bought 5 lb. of Laura® and 5 lb. of Natto/Sprouting beans and the package came ahead of time in good shape. I've tried the Sprouting beans to grow sprouts and the outcome is excellent with almost 100% germination rate. Previously I've tried many soybeans from local stores including Whole Food stores but never successful. I'm very happy with the purchase and will keep Laura's soybean as my supply in the future.
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Posted by J. L. on Mar 21st 2017
I haven been a customer of Laura soybeans for about 10 years. I make soy milk, jellied tofu, and use soaked beans for salad, stir-fry and soup. You just can not compare any store bought soybeans, organic or not, with Laura's new crop beans. I care about the flavor very much so I gave up on the store bought ones. I first learned from Laura beans from a Chinese cooking web forum. Since then I have recommended this product to many of my Chinese friends who love cooking, they all seem to keep buying.
This year I bought the sprout beans for the first time and tried to make my own sprouts once, didn't see much difference from the regular Laura soybeans. I might try again. Next year I will just go back to regular beans. I wish they offer more choices regarding the packages, 13 lbs is a little too much for me.