The Best Soybeans for great Natto 2018 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!
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very versatile little beans
Posted by Gina Bisco on Sep 9th 2019
These little beans are good flavor for all purposes. I think they work great for soymilk, the milk turns out a slightly yellower color than with the bigger Laura soybeans but that just looks "right" to me. These natto beans are a size that is easier for my electric mill to grind for flour. I like them cooked in the pressure cooker, too. Have sprouted them, very lively and quick to sprout. Have yet to make natto... someday. I'm sure they will be terrific for natto, too. Wonderfull little beans!
Tasty, clean, perfect!
Posted by Irina on Jul 10th 2019
We will be coming for more Laura soybeans! We use them to make natto. The beans are shipped very quickly and arrive in a perfect state. The final result is the best home made natto!!!
Great Beans for Sprouting
Posted by Unknown on Mar 10th 2019
I received Sprouting Soybeans very quickly. I like the beans very much.
Best Soybean Sprouts Ever
Posted by Clare Cao on Feb 13th 2019
Better than what I had back in China many years ago. I always remembered soybean sprouts has a bit of bitterness to it. This one not only very very easy to sprout (I used the microwave rice cooker(it has the container, basket, basket cover, cover and outside cover, which produce the best sprouting condition), and also put 4 glass fermenting weight on top of the basket cover), also very fresh, crunchy, tasty!
Makes Great Natto!
Posted by Kimberlee on Sep 29th 2018
This is an excellent product at a fair price and is shipped very quickly. I am very pleased with this company and would highly recommend them to anyone on the fence. Thank you for offering NON-GMO Soybeans. So grateful for that :)!
Great for making Natto
Posted by Rick on Jul 24th 2018
I use Laura Natto Soybeans for making natto at home. The craft of making natto took a little figuring out, but after about 4 batches, I've got it figured out. Laura Sprouting and Natto Soybeans are the best. I tried others--they were not so good and were not non-gmo. These are great and taste better.
Finally Natto Beans
Posted by Coralee Mackey on Jun 3rd 2018
We looked for Natto, however it was shipped from
Suppliers located out of country. Then we found
The Bean! Your product is excellent and local.
Great Sprouting Beans
Posted by June on May 7th 2018
I have tried to sprout various soy beans that were labeled as sprouting beans from various sources with no success. All have turned bad (disintegrated) before the sprouts would grow. I had given up when I found these beans. I figured I would give it another try and if not successful, just make natto with them. I didn’t soak the first batch long enough, but they did sprout and finally grew to a decent length. I soaked the second batch for 24hrs, and they are growing much faster. Finally soy bean that will sprout!
Just right size
Posted by Yukiko Whitehead on May 3rd 2018
I have not made any yet; however, I finally found the soybeans to make some Japanese style kotsubu natto. Thank you for having this size.
Posted by Soy Face. on Apr 4th 2018
I'm happy with these soybeans. No rocks or stones mixed in. I assume that they're non-GMO as advertised. The natto I made turned out fine.
I'd like them more if they were even smaller. That's my only wish; they're definately smaller than the larger sized soybeans being sold for soymilk, but they are larger than some of the soybeans being used in commercially-produced natto I've had previously (i.e., New York Natto uses smaller soybeans, and this contributes to an improved final product).
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