Soybeans, any recipies, I got a ton of them, need food prep intructions : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) Preparation Forum : One Thread

I got a good deal from a local farmer on 60 buckets of soy beans, but i have no idea what to do with them, can anyone please cut and past some recipies here for me so i can print them out before new year.

Thanks and God Bless!

-- Patrick (, December 28, 1999


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-- RT (, December 28, 1999.

Thanks so much RT.

-- Patrick (, December 28, 1999.

It may still be in print...if not your local used book store may have a paper back copy of Laurel's Kitchen. Its a wonderful veggie/survival cook book with lots of soy uses. I have tons of cookbooks, but this one is right at the top of the list. And we are not vegetarians.


-- Taz (, December 28, 1999.

A quick soy snack.

Soak your beans overnight, then drain on a paper towel (or several) for an hour or so. Heat some oil in a skillet - enough to cover a layer of beans, then add the beans, only one layer deep. They will do all manner of interesting things as they cook. Mostly run around in the oil. When they brown lightly, take them out, drain, and add a bit of salt, and a lot of garlic powder (or not so much, if you prefer). They taste something between peanuts and popcorn.



-- gene (, December 30, 1999.

An even quicker soy snack.

Into one cup of rapidly boiling water slowly stir one cup ground soy. Cover. Remove from fire., Cover pot with an insulated something. Fifteen minutes later you have naturally sweet soy grits. Looks like cream of wheat. One cup soy 70 protein grams.

-- RT (, December 30, 1999.

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