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Laura® Soy Coffee

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Recently a customer called asking if we made soy coffee.  They had told me that they couldn't handle coffee because of the caffeine and acid.  At that time, we weren't roasting up soy "coffee" beans.  I went to work and after some trial and error came up with a delicious Laura® Soy Coffee made with our Laura® soybeans that we grow here on our family farm.  It's easy to brew using your standard auto drip coffee maker.  Put 1 tbsp per cup of coffee in the filter then add your water to the tank and brew!  Make sure you grind your Laura® Soy Coffee beans on coarse setting for the best brewing experience.  


If you enjoy cold brew, that works great too!  Just add 1/2 cup of your coarsely ground Laura® Soy Coffee beans in to a mesh bag of filter and then place in 64 ounces of water.  Let stand overnight (12 - 18 hours), remove the bag, pour over ice and enjoy.  Add your favorite creamer to give it that finishing touch.  Super simple and delicious.  


Soybean sprouting made easy!

Wanted to update my blog about sprouting either Laura® Soybeans or the Natto Soybeans.  I started on the initial soak of both the Laura® soybeans and the Natto Soybeans on April 27th in the evening.  After following the directions below by this morning; only that short length of time I ended up with good sprouts [...]

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Laura® soybean Hummus easy DIY recipe

Not only do Laura® Soybean make great tasting soymilk, tempeh and tofu, they also make great tasting hummus!  Here is an easy recipe to make homemade soy hummus:Ingredient list: 1.5 cups of boiled or pressure cooked Laura® Soybeans Soak your Laura® soybeans overnight and then boil for 2 hours or if you have a pressure cooker (instant [...]

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Easy DIY Tosteds clusters with dates and dark chocolate.

Here is an easy DIY recipe for Tosteds and date clusters covered in dark chocolate.  Nut free and gluten free and made with roasted Laura® soybeans.Ingredients:  10 ounces of dates (I use medjool dates but you may use whatever dates you have available)1 Cup of Tosteds roasted Laura® Soybeans)1 Cup of your favorite dark chocolate [...]

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Easy Vegan Chili made with Laura® Soybeans

Recently I decided it was time to give our local chili cookoff and I wanted to use Laura® soybeans as one of the beans in the vegan mix.  So I scanned the web for tips and tricks on how to make a chili that everyone would love without animal products.  Here is what I came [...]

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Pressure cooked Laura® soybeans equals delicious!!

We hadn't had a pressure cooker until we purchased an 8 quart Instapot.  I wanted to make a batch of vegan chili for a local chili cookoff and decided along with the kidney and chili beans I would put cooked Laura® beans in the mix.  The soybeans need to be soft and cooked before you [...]

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Okara Apricot Muffins

After you have made your Okara flour (see recipe for making okara flour on our blog) here is a healthy recipe for making Apricot muffins. How to make okara flour at home.In a large bowl:2 cups of whole wheat pastry flour1/3 cup of yellow corn meal1/3 cup of okara flour1 tsp of cinnamon1 tbsp of baking [...]

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Spinach Okara Burgers

What to do with that left over okara (soybean solids after making soymilk).  Here is a delicious recipe to make Spinach Okara Burgers from my good friend Marie Oser at VegTV. Start with 2 and 1/4 cups of Okara (from one batch of soymilk using a machine).  1 - 15 oz can of garbanzo beans drained [...]

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Make your own Okara Flour

What to do with that Okara is a question that gets asked a lot.  There are several ways to utilize the okara, this is an easy method of making okara flour to use in baked goods adding protein and soy goodness to your recipes.  Start with the okara from your batch of soymilk.  Squeeze as [...]

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2019 Laura® soybeans make great sprouts!

It's been a long harvest season on the farm.  One of the biggest challenges we have is that of the natto-sprouting soybeans.  They are still not ready to go and we don't know when they will be ready.  Because of this, I did some experimenting with the 2019 crop of Laura® soybeans.  This year harvest [...]

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