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25 Lbs Organic Soybeans - Certified Organic Soy Beans for Soymilk, Tofu, Food Storage & more.

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Product Description

Soybean sprouts are delicious in soup and salad and add a great fresh raw source of protein to your diet.  Also great for making tofu, soymilk, and a great high protein addition to food storage. These organic soybeans seeds also makes great soy milk and tofu. To sprout organic soybean seeds, soak overnight in cold water then rinse regularly in whatever sprouter you use. Germination rates are usually around 85%.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 25 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 28 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000E7QYR2
  • Item model number: soy25
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (29 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,985 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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I bought these beans for experimenting with homemade soy milk and tofu. The flavor is fine, but in 4 cups of soy beans, there is at least 1/4 cup of beans that will not absorb water. I don't know all the reasons that beans don't absorb water, but I will say that in trials with 4 other brands of soybeans, I have not seen this problem. I pick through the beans carefully in any case, it just makes the task more difficult when I have to pick out tiny round beans. Additionally, when the shipment arrived, the bag was unsealed completely, not so much as a twistie tie or knot in the bag.
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I bought the 10 lbs from the same company on E-Bay. I paid a bit more than the price listed here.

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.
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Your bean is not as good as the other reviewers' description. There are some beans are rotten, molded, and have a dark colored shell of mold. How long have you had these beans? Do you check the quality of the beans periodically? I picked you from so many web sites and I am very disappointed.
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I use these to make soy milk, and they work great. My only minor gripe is the packaging. When I've bought the same beans in smaller quantities, they would come in smaller more convenient sealed packages. The 25 pound bag comes as one big single bag which is a bit harder to store. However, if you prefer minimal packaging, this is a good thing. Again, the beans themselves are great.
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By JOJO on December 27, 2010
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great product. I do let them soak for about 12 hours and then rinse again and remove most of the skins before making soymilk. I prefer using the 2 cup measure for a more full bodied taste (that is their measuring cups not 8oz cups) By the way I use the soy pulp in all kinds of things, baking, soups, cereal, bread etc the sky is the limit. Waste not want not.
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Bought to use with Soyapower plus soymilk maker. These beans were a total score. Good price, good quality, and the soymilk they produced was much better than with the beans that shipped with the soymilk machine. I could tell they were nice and fresh by how easily they (inadvertently) germinated when i soaked them. I would definitely buy these again, but i don't think i will need to any time soon. 25lbs is a heck of a lot of soybeans, and when it only takes 100 grams to make a quart and a half of soymilk, these are going to last me a long time.
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By Charlie on February 8, 2012
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The beens are good big size, but have mold. So I do not think the beens are fresh. I will not buy from them again. Because people buy organic food for safety and freshness.
The seller let me return the beens and refund the money promptly.
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I have used these soybeans to make soymilk,tofu and a cutlet from the Okra. the only waste has been the whey from the Tofu making process. I soak them overnight and they have produced an excellent end product, the milk tastes like skim milk.
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