Author: Sorting Last Post on Top Message:
RARANM Posts: 664
10/13/10 1:33 P

Used to eat a ton of soy, but avoid it now.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articl
es/archive/2010/10/13/soy-controversy-
and-health-effects.aspx

-POOKIE- Posts: 11,861
10/5/10 5:35 A

*nods* they are a different texture as they have a bit more fat in them as most beans dont really have any, so it changes how they feel.

TRIXIERUNS Posts: 312
10/4/10 9:02 P

Hey that is a great idea. I will try it. I'm not so sure about the texture -- it's different than other beans. They are not as dry, more waxing on the inside, so I think the results will be different. But it's worth a try! Thanks for the suggestion.

-POOKIE- Posts: 11,861
10/4/10 7:16 A

They are great! So full of protein.

Make any recipe you like that would use beans normally, I buy them canned in a tomato herb sauce as 'baked beans' but way better since they are full of protein.

Bean burgers would be a great choice too.
recipes.sparkpeople.com/recipe-detail.asp?
recipe=1258642

This is my recipe that uses adzuki, but soy would would work great.

TRIXIERUNS Posts: 312
10/3/10 10:09 P

I had some dried soy beans in the cupboard, I'm not even sure why (or when) I bought them. So I decided to would cook them up today. So now what do I do with them? Ideas anyone?


Page: 1 of (1)  




Other Recipes & Cooking General Discussion Topics:

Topics: Last Post:
i have a question about the app for my phone 1/12/2012 6:19:56 PM
Regular pasta vs Whole wheat/grain pasta 9/20/2013 7:29:43 PM
substitution for shortening 9/18/2011 1:41:11 PM
Beware WW recipes 8/11/2011 8:33:59 PM
Powdered Peanut Butter 2/7/2013 4:01:56 PM

Diet Resources: olive leaf extract | olive leaf benefits | olive leaf oil