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How often are Laura Soybeans harvested?

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Laura® Soybeans are grown on our family farm and harvested the month of October.  We generally plant our Laura® Soybeans starting mid May to June 1.  They usually start to push up through the soil 5 to 7 days later depending on the temperatures and sunshine.  As they head through the growing season taking up nutrients in the soil and moisture from rains they begin to flower.  By the end of August many of the pods are already set and filling with soybeans.  About 2 weeks before harvest the leaves are turning yellow and the plant begins to dry out and we wait for the moisture of the seeds to fall below 13% for best conditions for long storage.  For storage, we use steel bins with perforated floors so that we can blow cold fall air through the soybeans.  Our target temperature for the beans is about 35F, at this temperature they will last a very long time.  

Are your soybeans processed near or around peanut products?

We only process soybeans in our farm facility.  All our equipment has only been used for our Laura Soybeans.  

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What can I make with my Laura Soybeans?

Click here to view our favorite recipes using Laura Soybeans.

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How much milk can I make?

A general rule of thumb is that you can produce about 1.8 gallons of soymilk per 1 pound of soybeans.

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How are your Tosteds made?

Dry Roasted, no oil is added during the process.

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What is GMO?

Genetically Modified Organism.

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How much does it cost to make a gallon of Soymilk as compared to buying a gallon at the store?

It costs about $0.95 to make a gallon of soymilk (machine cost not included).Soymilk at the store can be between $5.00 and $6.00 per gallon.

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How many soybeans do I need to make milk for a month?

Let's say 1 gallon per week that would take 1/2 pound of soybeans.Or you could say; 9 ounces of soybeans per gallon. (252 grams per 1 gallon of milk) 

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How long should Tosteds last?

They should keep for one year after production date. Of course, they will keep longer if refrigerated.

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How long can I store my soybeans?

Over a year of kept in a relatively cool dry place in a sealed container.

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