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Soybean Nutrition

The soybean is an excellent source of high quality protein and compares well with other protein foods. This link provides information about the nutritional content of soybeans and soybean products. More...

 

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Soy Production

Aspects of soybean production encompass a wide range of topics.  This link provides a field of information and current research in this area. Topics covered are : what's in a soybean seed, planting, growing and harvesting soybeans, production statistics, diseases, weedy pests and biotechnology. More...

Vegetable Soybeans or Edamame

Soybeans are also an excellent vegetable and may be eaten directly from the pods similar to other beans or peas. This link provides information about edamame growing, harvesting, and sources for seeds for home growing. More...

Soy Processing

Soybeans are processed before they can be utilized in soy products or eaten by consumers. This link provides information on the processing methods and various soybean products. More...

 

     



 




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