>The soybean, soy bean, or soya bean (Glycine max) is a species of legume native to East Asia, widely grown for its edible bean, which has numerous uses.
>Traditional unfermented food uses of soybeans include soy milk, from which tofu and tofu skin are made. Fermented soy foods include soy sauce, fermented bean paste, nattō, and tempeh. Fat-free (defatted) soybean meal is a significant and cheap source of protein for animal feeds and many packaged meals. For example, soybean products, such as textured vegetable protein (TVP), are ingredients in many meat and dairy substitutes.
>Soybeans contain significant amounts of phytic acid, dietary minerals and B vitamins. Soy vegetable oil, used in food and industrial applications, is another product of processing the soybean crop. Soybean is the most important protein source for feed farm animals (that in turn yields animal protein for human consumption).
Post recipes and other tidbits relating to soy. Did you eat soy today? Post about it in here! Everything related to maximizing one's intake of soy and promoting soy culture is on-topic.
Pic related is today's lunch, a veritable cornucopia of soy (soyucopia?) consisting of:
>fried soy mince
>a bowl of edamame
and finally, for desert
naturally this feast was entirely vegan
finally, remember our motto here at /soy/:
<Where do you want to soy today?
Ez and healthy way to soymaxx is to make vegetable tofu stir fry. Can be paired with soy milk.
>maximizing one's intake of soy and promoting soy culture
Why would you tell people to eat excessive amounts of a single food, instead of a varied diet ?
Are you doing one of those lifestyle guerilla marking campaigns, to increase soybean sales ?
I just feed my gf soy so her tiddies stay firm.
this is not conducive to soymaxxing. please report to the nearest barcade for reeducation>>29451>soy milk
damn! I knew I forgot something>>29453
I don't go out of my way to eat soystuffs ever since I found out it wasn't actually a source of estrogen and that was just dishonest marketing, and my mom's allergic to the stuff so we don't tend to have it in the house. That said, it's a subsidized crop, like corn, so it's usually pretty inexpensive.
>>29453>I just feed my gf soy so her tiddies stay firm
Big mistake, should give her dairy instead
fuck it avocado thread
I love my legumes
I make curries with them, rice dishes
>>29488>converting soy to gainz
I like how you think anon
do you have any other tips on making gainz on soy
i have a question, on soy taste
there's someone who sells soy for even cheaper, i bought it and powdered it but it tasted like literal wood or wheat, flavourless, husk
i know soy chunks are waste products of soy but the one i buy has some sweetness to it and isn't fully bland
was this cheap soy being sold, a mixture of literal cardboard, adulterated?
>>29529>do you have any other tips on making gainz on soy
this absolute unit probably has some tips: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Patrik_Baboumian>i know soy chunks are waste products of soy but the one i buy has some sweetness to it and isn't fully bland>was this cheap soy being sold, a mixture of literal cardboard, adulterated?
no idea. soy doesn't taste much
Glad to see I'm not the only one here. Death to soyboys.
soybeans are a legume
I've literally been eating edamame every day for the last week
how have you been eating it? cooking it with what
some guy in a restaurant got mad because they said they had vegetarian food but tofu and salad apparently don't count
Well, I just eat the animals. It's the logical end result of veganism.
I fucking love soy
bump for soí
>>29463>Big mistake, should give her dairy instead
just feed her lots of food in general so she packs on fat, some of which goes to her tiddies and, more importantly, her ass
The fact that people still believe stuff like that decreases my faith in the average worker
my boobs literally swell up and hurt every time I drink a bunch of milk
I drank 2.5 cups of soymilk in the morning and was bloaty and farting constantly for 2 days. Never again, soy is bad mmmk
wow that's crazy do you have any pictures of that haha
it's got bovine growth hormone though
good thing we're not cows
youre probably allergic and your body is inflaming
The thought inflamed my dick
Thread reads like /pol/ seething, but whatever, soy products are pretty neat. Tofu is incredibly versatile. Western stores usually only have "firm tofu" which is not easy to work with unless you're doing stir fry.
Other tofu preparations are great to add to a lot of meals, even when they have meat. For example, you can make a nice meat soup broth with a ton of veggies and meat pieces, then add soy/tofu balls (the ones that you buy dry and have to hydrate to use) and the balls are like sponges that will soak up the broth. You can also use tofu as a texture. It also keeps way better than meat. Sometimes I'm running out of meat, but I have an emergency ration of tofu to increase the protein content of whatever I cook.
Also good for salads, for example. Its so versatile, honestly. If you're scared about girl hormones or whatever, then just buy estrogen blockers or testosterone, or better yet, actually read scientific studies on the matter and drop the idiocy.
Soy sauce, both light and dark are absolutely essential if you're a home cook and strive for easy, quick, impromptu, and delicious meals.
Soy milk is meh.
Edamames are nice. I like to put tajin (a Mexican powder candy) on it and maybe some soy sauce, then cook that shit for a bit. Maybe a lil drip of seasame oil too.
Chinese cuisine, which is largely not vegetarian, has tons and tons of tofu preparations and tofu presentations.
What exactly is the point of soymaxxing? Isn't it just some ridiculous way of just going normal vegan? Is soymaxxing supposed to be "extra healthy" than just regular vegan diet somehow?
>>33178>What exactly is the point of soymaxxing?
I would expect this to be self-explanatory. it is to maximize your intake of best legume
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