May 2002 Issue
EN Presents a Buyers Guide to Selected Soy Foods
(See 2nd Feature Story for a related story on soy.) Experts may be calling for people to eat more soy, but that doesn’t mean everyone knows the difference between edamamé and natto. EN sorts it all out. Whole Soy Foods Edamamé (Green Soybeans)—Natural soybeans in the pod or shelled, often sold frozen. To eat, boil in slightly salted water for 5 minutes. Contains isoflavones + 8 grams protein per ˝ cup.
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