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From: Deborah (
Subject:         soy milk powder vs soy powder (best 2 falls out of 3)
Date: October 1, 2009 at 9:51 am PST

In Reply to: difference between soy milk powder or? posted by Helen on September 30, 2009 at 9:52 pm:

In many applications, soy flour is not
a good substitute for soy(milk) powder.

The taste is very different.

Soy flour is "raw", and is meant to be used
along with other flours to make cakes, etc.

Soymilk powder is for mixing with water
and used as a drink or in recipes as
a substitute for other kinds of milk.

"Soy powder" could refer to either of these,
depending on the notion of the manufacturer!


If your soy powder can be made into a
beverage by adding it to water,
and it tastes reasonably good,
then use it where your recipes
call for soymilk powder.


If you mail-order soymilk powder,
I recommend Better Than Milk
(best flavor, IMO. No, I don't
work for the company.)

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