No soya milk does not come from sheep. It is made from soya beans
No. It is made exclusively from soy beans.
Soya beans are an acid forming legume.
you shouldn't feed soya beans
No it is made from fermented Soya Milk or the Powdered Beans are femented and compressed.
Tofu is made from soya beans, more precisely their milk which is coagulated in order to produce tofu.
Yes, eggs, soya beans and meats are rich sources of protein.
I think the answer could be MISO - check it in Wikipedia.
No, tofu is made form soya beans and is therefore a vegtable product.
soya products are alternatives to dairy products. my mum is lactose intolerant so she cant have dairy, she has soya milk and butter instead. they come from soya beans.
No, navy beans are not the same as soya beans. They are two different plants.
It's grown from soy beans.
soya beans and cocoa beans
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Meat, Milk, eggs, nuts, fish, legumes,beans, soya beans
Soya is a plant. Perhaps you mean "how is tofu/beancurd made?"
Jade is from China. Jade says it's the soya beans that are used to make soya sauce. I think the process involves fermenting the beans. (We sell soya milk maker machines http://www.soyadirect.co.uk/ )
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No. Soya Sauce has a salty taste and is made from Soy Beans, while ketjab, or ketchup is basically tomato sauce with some spices and onions. I don't recommend switching ketchup with soya sauce. Imagine your french fries tasting really salty.
Beanfeast is a processed food that is made for vegetarians. It is made of soya. Soya is soybean. Beanfeast is a British food and soya is a word used for soybean in Britain.
You need about 125 g whole soya beans to make 1 liter of soy milk. Clean the soya beans and soak them in water for 10 - 16 hours. Although not necessary, you can remove the hulls be kneading the soya beans and flushing the loose hulls with water. Removing the hulls makes the extraction process more efficient. An alternative is to crack the soya beans before soaking. The hulls come loose easily and can be washed away. When you use cracked soya beans you need less soaking time: 6 - 8 hours. Heating the soya beans will destroy enzymes which are responsible for the development of beany flavour. This heating can best be achieved by microwaving the wet soaked soya beans during 2 minutes. Grind the soaked soya beans and 1 liter water in a blender. Sieve the mixture trough a cheese cloth and recover the soy milk. The insoluble material which remains on the sieve is called okara, and can be used as an ingredient for bread making or as cattle feed. Heat the soy milk till boiling point and continue boiling for about 5 to 10 minutes. After cooling, the soy milk is ready and can be kept in the fridge for another 3 days.
Soya could be in many forms, but it is derived from soybeans.
No, they are beans that grow on the soya plant. Wheat is a grain, not a bean.
Soya beans are the seed of the soya plant. The plant grows and then flowers. The flowers are fertilized and the seeds develop in pods like any other bean or pea. Look at this page in Wikipedia http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soya_bean