As nature's most versatile legume, the soybean enjoys hundreds of applications spanning the culinary divide—from soy jerky to soy vodka, soy coffee to soy pudding. Boasting a high nutritional rap sheet, soyfoods are low in carbohydrates, high in protein, and a good source of iron. They contain vitamins B1 and B2 and an essential oil-linoleic acid, one of the Omega-3 fatty acids that are also found in fish and flaxseed. Moo goes the soybean Soymilk is a nondairy, iron-rich liquid made ...
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