The Best Soybeans for Sprouting and great for Natto too! 2018 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.
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Posted by email@example.com on Nov 27th 2018
Finally found the perfect small size beans for natto!
Good Natto & Prompt Service
Posted by Pam on Aug 15th 2018
When our food co-op closed I couldn't find soybeans - so I looked online - Laura's Soybeans filled my need and I'm happy with the product and service.
the very good quality soy beans
Posted by Unknown on Aug 14th 2018
I'm very happy with the Laura's soy beans
Very good quality
Posted by Unknown on Jul 17th 2018
I decided to start sprouting my own soy beans because my local supermarkets do not carry them in the produce section. Searched the internet and after a couple of hours came to the conclusion that Laura Soybeans were the ones I needed. I am having great results, very few cracked/split beans, they all sprout nicely and best of all, at a great price...
Posted by Melody on Jul 13th 2018
We bought it for making Natto. It tastes very good! Better than the one from Whole Foods.
I am happy with the great beans!
Posted by Ellen Xu on Jul 10th 2018
I like Laura soy beans and order it every year. It’s the best quality ever.
Happy with service & beans.
Posted by Bill on Jun 5th 2018
Great response in service in getting the beans to me. The wife has made the first group of sprouts and is very happy. We would recommend this product of beans and service response to all.
Posted by Helena on May 18th 2018
Best quality ever!
I expect to succeed in sprouting.
You need soybeans for sprouting if you want sprouts
Posted by Neil on Apr 27th 2018
My wife recently got into sprouting. For years, we just bought sprouts at the grocery store when we wanted them, but that all stopped several years ago after all the reports about sprouts that were recalled due to e-coli contamination. Having to deal with that to enjoy sprouts? No thank you.
Then my step-mom found some "how to" sprouting videos on YouTube and showed me how easy it is to sprout things like mung beans, soybeans, black beans, raw peanuts, lentsis, black beans, alfalfa seeds, etc., so my wife decided to try it. She had great luck with mung beans and alfalfa seeds, but we could not find soybeans for sprouting anywhere in Fresno, California. We tried regular organic soybeans but didn't have great luck with sprouting those.
Then we found laurasoybeans.com and decided to try the natto/sprouting soybeans. What a difference! My wife did her first batch and after four days, the sprouts are fantastic! We're probably going to harvest them tomorrow.
If you're interested in soybean sprouts, you won't go wrong with these natto/sprouting soybeans.
So glad I found these beans! !
Posted by Unknown on Mar 25th 2018
I was born and raised in Tokyo, so I have been eating natto pretty much all my life. I never liked those frozen natto i could buy at the Asian grocery stores - those are not even meant to be frozen. So, I make my own natto. Since I could only find regular soy beans at the local stores, I have been making natto from regular soy beans. Those regular bean s are too big to be natto so I had to make chopped natto, instead of whole bean natto which I liked better. These tiny soy beans are so perfect for natto making. Quality and price are excellent as well. I am glad that I found these natto beans! I initially ordered 2 bags just to see, but I am going to order additional few bags.
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