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25 Lbs Organic Soybeans - Certified Organic Soy Beans for Soymilk, Tofu, Food Storage & more.
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- Certified Organic Seeds - Non-GMO - 85% Germination Rates
- Dried - Long shelf life
- Making Soymilk & Tofu, Food Storage & More
- Microbial Tested
- Handy Pantry Brand
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|Shipping Weight||28 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The other reviewer was right in some way. Out of each cup, there were 3 or 4 beans that would not absorb much water. What you can do to reduce this is to use warm water and soak it for more than 24 hours. I change water (warm) 2 times each day. Sometimes I soak it for 2 days and all beans are fully soaked. I did not have to pick them out and my soy milk maker can take it without any problems.
One thing you have to remember is that organic produce is not as 'perfect' as your normal counterpart. They do look worse and sometimes not as perfectly shaped. One more thing to consider is that I read it few days back that the bigger and better shaped produce these days actually contain less nutrients compare to 20 years ago. In order to grow faster and bigger, the plants just use more 'filler', which is suger or something like that. Pound for pound, you are actually getting less nutriens with the bigger and better looking produce these days.
Another thing I noticed is that after soaking them in water for few hours, the water is crystal clear compare to the other soy beans I bought from local store. And the color of these beans are much vivid too. It gives me the feeling these beans are fresher. I have no way of knowing if these facts are actually mean anything but they make me feel good about the product.
As for old beans. Well, there is no way to be sure that your local store would have new beans unless you live in the country side. All the beans sold in average store maybe produced few years back anyway.
The seller let me return the beens and refund the money promptly.
There are no instructions for how longs these type of beans need to be soaked before using in a soy milk maker.
The beans as far as I can tell are of good quality and I have had no problem with them absorbing water though I did come across a black corn kernel when measuring out some beans for making my soy milk which I go through a gallon a day.
So it would be nice if the packaging was better and it included some indication of how long to soak these beans.
Over all I do like the beans, their taste, color and quality of produced milk.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The beans are very small with black and tiny beans. I don't know whether these are genetically modified food (GMF) or not since there are no bean sprouts coming out after one night... Read morePublished on February 20, 2014 by Iris Xu
I've been making my soy mil with these beans and everything has been perfect. It's a lot of soy beans, so I'll probably take the whole year to consume. Great product!Published on February 12, 2014 by Ernest Taylor Green
shipped quick. good, nice, even beans.
i know, one normally dont look at these things but i'm "detail oriented" and it's beautiful sight for me.:)
nothing unusual here but seems to be better quality than some other makers. It doesn't come in the fancy sealed container so it's important to seal them adequately if you have to... Read morePublished on August 5, 2013 by Joseph Lee
I must say I was a big fan of the seller till my very recent order, they quality dropped dramatically: 1) inside of the plastic bag (which contains the soybeans ) is flaky, dusty... Read morePublished on January 10, 2013 by Tang Bunny
If you use the soybeans to make soymilk, you would love it. The taste is just what I like . Try it.Published on January 6, 2013 by Yan P. Chan