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Where do you buy soybeans?


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I've been reading about soybeans, and they really are a super-food!

I'm interested. Where do you buy soybeans? How do you buy them: dried, frozen, canned, or fresh? Are they expensive? Do they come just as beans, or in their pod plant things? Tell me all about your soybeans! :)

I was pretty sure they didn't carry them in regular stores like Albertsons or Publix, but I could be wrong... I really wish they carried them. ):

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try asian supermarkets or chinatown.

We buy tonnes of dried soy beans, mung beans, red (mung?) beans, black beans, raw peanuts etc from chinatown. They all come deshelled. The soy beans are white/cream coloured.

He would soak it in water overnight with raw peanuts, and season with spices + ginger and steam it as a topping for rice.

you can buy frozen edamame in the pod at most stores (they are not matured soy beans (i believe)-- so green colour). Superstore also carries edameme that is de-shelled. I use them instead of peas in my cooking.

Not sure about canned or fresh soy beans tho.

Oh! you can also get roasted soybeans. Watch out tho, some look roasted but are actually oily (deep fried i think) and coated with salted.
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Sep 04 2007 18:01
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'Birds eye' do them frozen like peas. Not sure if you'll get them in the states? I have some in my freezer and try to add them to meals here and there
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