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From: Marie Oser (
Subject:         Re: Soy Beans for making Soymilk
Date: September 26, 2008 at 2:22 pm PST

In Reply to: Soy Beans for making Soymilk posted by theresa on September 24, 2008 at 9:43 am:

Feed grade means basically any bean, with no specifics regarding
variety, protein etc. More than likely Genetically Modified like the
infamous Roundup Ready or a similar transgene frankenstein.

Most certainly not sized in any great way and having a wide
variation in size and cleanliness. This quality soybean is used
mainly for animal feed and soybean meal for pigs, chickens etc. and possibly crushing for oil.

I make homemade exclusively, and I can say without reservation
that for making soymilk and tofu, there is no better choice than
Laura Beans. Trust me.

And they are NON-GMO and really economical.

I buy 20 lbs of these premium beans for $28 INCLUDING SHIPPING!

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