Australian Biodynamic Soybeans


Serving Size 50 g - Servings per kg: 20

  Average Quantity
Per Serving
Average Quantity
Per 100 g
Energy870 kJ1740 kJ
Protein19.8 g39.5 g
Fat, total7.7 g15.3 g
- saturated1.3 g2.6 g
Carbohydrate16.8 g33.6 g
- sugars2.6 g5.1 g
Sodium<5 mg<5 mg


Australian Biodynamic Soybeans.

Contains soy.

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Australian Biodynamic Soybeans


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Dried Soybeans are a convenient and versatile legume that is popular in Indian and vegetarian cooking.

These Soybeans are grown on a Biodynamic certified family farm in Northern NSW. Biodynamic is an enhanced method of Certified Organic farming that concentrates on enhancing soil, plant, and environmental health and vitality.

Soybeans have a subtle, nutty flavour and aroma. They can be used to make soy milk, or prepared for savoury snacks, soups and hotpots, and baking recipes.

They’re also easy to sprout for stir fries and salads.

How to Use:

Soybeans must be soaked in cold water at a ratio of 1:8, for 8 hours or overnight before making milk or cooking. To make soy milk, rinse pre-soaked beans well before blending with fresh water 1:4. Drain through muslin or other fine cloth.

Place liquid in a heavy pot and bring to the boil. Reduce to medium heat (180o C.) and cook for 20 minutes, stirring occasionally. Allow to cool, then refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 3 or 4 days. To cook beans for other recipes drain and rinse soaked soybeans thoroughly before bringing to boil in a pot of water 1:4. Let boil on medium heat for 3-4 hours, or until tender. Cooked soybeans are wonderful mashed or pureed for dips or baking recipes.

Add some to a loaf of bread or in a muffin mix. Or mix puree through savoury dishes to add extra body and flavour. Use whole in salads, soups and hotpots. Great in an Indian Masala or Dahl. Boiled soybeans can be roasted when cool, to create a moreish snack. Simply toss them in a little oil to lightly coat, along with your favourite spices – try sumac, turmeric or chilli.

Spread out on a baking tray and place in a medium oven until golden and crunchy. Enjoy these scrumptious savoury roasted morsels while warm, or place in an airtight container after cooling on a rack. Yummy and convenient for lunchboxes, a salad topping, gluten-friendly ‘croutons’, or when entertaining. They will store for up to a week.

Sprouting Soybeans:

Soybeans are easy to sprout in a glass jar and are ready to eat in just 2 to 4 days.  Have crunchy, nutritious sprouts for salads, sandwiches and stir fries at a fraction of the price of buying them.

Visit 7 Steps to Growing Sprouts to find out how.


Store in an airtight container in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight. Refrigeration recommended in warm climates. See Best Before date.


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