Nutrition information for Tosteds:Salted Tosteds serving size 30 grams (1 cup)140 Calories; 50 from fatSaturated Fat 1 gramTrans Fat 0 gramCholesterol 0 mgSodium 80 mgTotal Carbs 9 gramsDietary Fiber 5 gramsSugars 1 gramProtein 13 gramsIngredients: Dry Roasted Laura® SoybeansUnsalted Tosteds serving size 30 grams (1 cup)140 Calories; 50 from fatSaturated Fat 1 gramTrans Fat 0 [...]
Okara burgers made with Laura® Soybeans! Recipe:In a large bowl combine1 and 1/2 cup of okara (solids left after making soymilk)2 cups cooked brown rice1/4 cup whole wheat flour (oat flour if avoiding gluten)1/2 cup nutritional yeast (you may vary for your own taste)1 TBSP Dijon Mustard1 and 1/2 tsp baking soda1/4 cup cooked corn [...]
Watch the video recipe on how to make this delicious dish!
The 2017 Laura® Soybeans have emerged from the ground and are making great strides with plenty of sunshine and water available for growth. The Laura® beans were planted May 12. Stay tuned for more crop progress reports during the growing season.
Watch this great video on how to make home made Tempeh with Laura® Soybeans.
Just made a great cup of Laura® soybean soy coffee. It's simple and smells delicious plus the taste is great! Naturally non gmo, caffeine free and homemade. As someone who can't have a lot of caffeine in my diet this is a great alternative to coffee. Top it off with your favorite creamer or just [...]
My favorite post workout smoothie is made with Laura® soymilk. It's quick and easy and loaded with all sorts of natural goodness. I start with 8 ounces of Laura soy milk, 4 oz of coconut water, then I add kale, cilantro, parsley, blackberries, raspberries, chia seeds, wheat grass juice, a few slices of banana and [...]
Many times I am asked; "what is the difference between our Laura® soybeans and Natto/Sprouting soybeans?"Laura® soybeans, is our family variety best suited for the production of Soymilk and Tofu. This is due to the high protein, large size and delicious flavor of the Laura® soybean milk. I have visited many tofu shops in Japan [...]
On my recent visit to Japan I came across some wonderful soy milk okara donuts at a tofu shop that uses non gmo soybeans from our family farm. They were delicious! The tofu maker told me that in the past they would have to pay for discarding the left over okara from making soy milk, [...]