EdenSoy Organic Soymilk, Original, 8.45-Ounce Boxes (Pack of 27)

  • Case of nine packages, each containing three 8.45-ounce boxes of soymilk

11g Soy Protein in every serving, Nourishment from the Vegetable Kingdom, Quality & Choices, choice of food is important, your needs unique. Eden liquid food draws on traditional wisdom, well reflects technical perfection and provides great and agreeable satisfaction. Eden Soy: the world’s finest soymilk, Eden Soy Extra: added vitamins A, D2, & E, Beta Carotene, and Calcium. Eden Blend: Delicious bled of rice and soy. Delicious, Safe, Food: The most nourishing, best tasting soymilk in the USA. Organically grown and prepared. More than 240 quality control steps keep Eden soy America’s favorite. Copied, yes, but still by far the best. Nutritious: The easy way to enjoy Vegetable Quality Protein w/eighteen amino acids, natural sweetness, and a broad range of vitamins and minerals. Ready to Use: Enjoy it hot or cold: with meals, snacks, or by itself. Perfect on cereals. Meticulous tracking and audited records guarantee the purity of our food from the farm to your table. Non-Dairy, Lactose Free, Low Sodium.

List Price: $ 28.90

Price: $ 28.90

New Soy Cookbook : Tempting Recipes for Soybeans, Soy Milk, Tofu, Tempeh, Miso and Soy Sauce

They said we couldn’t make soy appetizing. They said we couldn’t make soy beautiful. The New Soy Cookbook is here to prove them wrong! Today’s all-natural health miracle, soy can be a delicious and elegant ingredient in any meal. Soyfoods are increasingly being found to protect against heart disease, cancer, and osteoporosis; to lower cholesterol; and to relieve hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause. Health-conscious cooks everywhere are eager to make soy a regular part of their lives, but they need the culinary guidance of a pro like best-selling cookbook author Lorna Sass. In addition to Asian-inspired dishes, Sass’s mainly meatless and mostly cholesterol-free recipes cleverly place soyfoods in mainstream Western favorites for recipes such as Double Soybean Chili or Tempeh Simmered in Red Wine with Herbes de Provence. These dishes are friendly and appealing enough even for the truly soy resistant. It’s time for cooks everywhere to discover the many pleasures of this modest little bean.Soyfoods have been a staple in Asian cooking for millennia, but until recently only a few Westerners took much interest in cooking with them. Now deemed a “miracle food,” soy may help prevent cancer, lower cholesterol, reduce heart disease, prevent osteoporosis, and relieve the symptoms of menopause. Award-winning natural foods cookbook author and food writer Lorna Sass shares her decade of soyfood cookery research in The New Soy Cookbook, pairing soyfoods with ingredients and seasonings of cuisines from around the world. Beautifully laid out and illustrated, the book includes more than 40 recipes using soymilk, tofu, tempeh, soy sauce, and miso. The recipes reveal influences from all over, highlighting the cuisines of China, Italy, Thailand, Indonesia, and France, reflecting a delicious fusion of East and West.

Red Lentil Soup with Indian Spices, Tempeh Braised in Coconut Milk with Lemongrass, Curried Tofu with Spinach and Tomatoes, Sage-scented Cornmeal Scones, Pumpkin Tart with Pecan Crust, Codfish and Clam Chowder, and Black Soybean Salsa with Swordfish Strips are only a sampling of the tempting recipes you will find in Sass’s lovely compendium. With only a few desserts, Sass focuses more on savory dishes using no meat, very little dairy, some seafood, and somewhat unusual ingredients such as quinoa, shiitake mushrooms, mesclun, kabocha squash, and broccoli rabe. With mouthwatering photographs, The New Soy Cookbook would make a handsome addition to any inspired cook’s bookshelf. –Gretel Hakanson

List Price: $ 17.95

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