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2019 Laura® Soybean Crop Update

Just a short update on the 2019 Laura® Soybean crop.  Even with the excessive rain, cloudy and cold days the Laura® soybeans have begun to emerge from the soil.  The seeds are planted about 2 inches below the surface and about 9 seeds per foot in rows spaced 30 inches apart, it took 10 days [...]

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Why you shouldn't overlook soybeans as a protein source

Yep, we’re talking about protein. Protein does so much for our bodies. It makes enzymes, hormones and chemicals. All those body parts listed above are made with protein. Because protein is such a valuable component of our bodies, it’s no wonder people are always searching for more if it in their food choices. Luckily for soybean fans, [...]

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As Always...NON GMO

Laura® Soybeans are non-GMO. Here at Chambers Family Farm we are very careful to maintain the integrity of our soybeans. There are many steps and lots of work that goes into protecting the identity and the NON GMO status of our Laura® Soybeans. It begins with seed production, by carefully planting and then isolating [...]

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Why Soy Milk is Such a Healthy Alternative to Cow's Milk

Soy milk has so many benefits that it really does offer something to everyone who may be interested in finding an alternative to traditional cow's milk. Whether it is health concerns or simply finding another healthy option, more and more people are finding that they can turn to soy milk as a replacement to cow's milk. At [...]

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Storage of sprouting beans

Important information for storing your sprouting soybeans.  When the temperatures start to warm up it is best to store your sprouting beans in the refrigerator to maintain the vitality and germination rate.  When it is warm, germination diminishes in soybeans over time. It has to do with the high oil content.  You will lessen the chance that your [...]

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7 Reasons Why Soy Milk Is the Best Milk Alternative for People with Milk Allergies

Dairy is one of the most common allergens among infants and children. Between 2% and 4% of children have a milk allergy (that's more than peanuts). Though many children outgrow it by the time they reach their mid-teen years, it can be an allergy that lasts for life. In fact, between 15% and 75% of adults [...]

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10 Tofu Facts You Need to Know

Are you eager to learn more about tofu? Whether you're a vegetarian, vegan, or general tofu aficionado, this food product is endlessly fascinating. An authentic soybean product, tofu is making its mark on world diets everywhere. Tofu has long been lauded as a staple of Asian cuisine, but there's more to this bean curd than meets the [...]

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Laura® Soybeans are hand packed by the Chambers Family

Hand packaging may sound old fashioned and a lot of work but we are very careful to make sure that the Laura® soybeans and Natto/Sprouting Soybeans we ship you are the best quality possible.  Packaging the Laura® beans by hand is a great way to get one final inspection of the beans that are going [...]

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2018 Laura® Soybean Crop Update

After a long and rainy spring planting season I am happy to report that the 2018 corp of Laura® soybeans looks good.  The beans are healthy and the purple flower of the Laura® soybean can be seen up and down the stem of the plant.  The flowers will eventually grow into pods which will fill [...]

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​Soymilk Protein Markedly Superior to Cow Milk Protein

Soymilk Protein Markedly Superior to Cow Milk ProteinBy Marie OserProtein is essential for the growth and maintenance of tissues, organs and muscles and the protein in soy is complete protein with all nine essential amino acids.Soymilk and cow milk contain the about the same amount of protein and each provides all nine essential amino acids, [...]

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