The Best Soybeans great for Natto and soybeans sprouts too! 2020 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 Steve Johnson on Apr 2nd 2021
These beans are superior to all the other beans I have tried. I make natto. FYI, most beans are heat-treated to give a longer shelf life, and prevent sprouting. Laura beans are not heat-treated they are fresh. They sprout, which increases protein, and yields stringier better natto. I will buy again.
Bean sprout sucess!
Posted by I. Han on Mar 12th 2021
I finally harvested fresh bean sprouts this morning using Laurasoybeans (after many failed attempts with grocery bought soybeans)!!! Bean quality was absolutely great; clean and no broken/decayed pieces in the batch.
The Right Kind of SOYBEANS for NATTO
Posted by OrdinaryJoe on Feb 25th 2021
These are the "right kind" of Soybeans for Natto preparation. We absolutely need the "smaller sized Soybeans" for good Natto.
I have found that after soaking for 24-hrs, boiling and then fermenting for 24-hrs with Natto Powder as required, the "final weight" of Natto is 2.75 times the original weight of dry Soybeans. I started with 225-gms of dry Soybeans and the weight of the "final Natto" turned out to be around 620-grams. You can use a factor of 2.75 as a rule of thumb.
The final Natto turned out to be extremely good and well fermented. It looks like many of the pictures and videos of Natto I have seen on the internet. I have tried for a year with ordinary, large sized Soybeans but could never get the quality of Natto I was looking for. These Laura Natto Soybeans gave me exactly what I wanted. Strangely, I came to know about the "smaller sized Soybeans" for Natto preparation only recently and that too purely by chance.
I will suggest to everyone trying to prepare Natto to start with this brand of Soybeans. You do not have to go looking beyond that. I started with a 5-lb Bag, just to try it out but because Laura has a "flat mailing charge", I will go for the 13-lb Bag next time.
Posted by beth on Feb 7th 2021
These soybeans are easy to good up and very versital.
I prepare them in a variety of ways.
Posted by Linda on Jan 25th 2021
Made Natto for the first time. Came out perfect and very tasty. Definitely will buy again
Posted by Elisa on Jan 25th 2021
I had been doing a lot of online reading trying to figure out what kind of soybeans were sprouted for kongnamul, and getting rather discouraged. Nevertheless, I decided to try these, and am glad I did. Less than a week after my bag of natto soybeans arrived in the mail, I have a nice batch of sprouts in a mason jar in the cupboard. It looks as if every seed sprouted, and the spouts are large and healthy. Per directions on the sprouter lids, I put 2 tsp of seeds in a quart jar. This looked kinda chintzy, but it turns out that the sprouts need a lot of room to grow. Of course, at 2 tsp/batch, it's going to take a while to get through my 5-pound bag.
Natto in US
Posted by Takahiro on Jan 22nd 2021
You can make real Japanese taste Natto in US!
Tastes like Okame-Natto.
Good for sprouting
Posted by Unknown on Jan 17th 2021
I bought this mainly to make Soybean sprouts, they did so very well.
Them clean beans!
Posted by Mr Me on Dec 25th 2020
Purchased 5lbs 'Natto Soybeans', fabulously clean and well sorted, perfect! Thank you American Farmers!
Become a natto master with the best American Beans
Posted by Unknown on Dec 14th 2020
I got into Natto when I lived in Japan, basically ate the convenience store packs every day. After coming back to the states, I wanted to make my own. This is the 2nd time I’ve bought the natto sized beans and I will continue to purchase them. The quality of the bean is amazing and The satisfaction of making your own natto is worth it. Don’t spend a lot of time and just get “ok” beans. You will regret not getting the best quality.
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