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soy milk

A beverage derived from soybeans. It can take the place of cow's milk in people who have lactose intolerance and those who are allergic to milk proteins.
See also: milk
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But it fell 5 points more after the participants drank the soy milk from the cans than after they drank it from the glass bottles.
The soy milk was divided into two portions (samples A and B) which were separately spray-dried in a 0.
The main advantage of using sesame extract is that sesame flavor which is preferred compared to taste of soy milk [35], The purpose of this study was to produce dietary soy ice cream by using different ratios of stevia to isomalt and to investigate physical, chemical and sensory properties of dietary soy ice cream in order to determine the best ratio of stevia to isomalt.
Production of this organic soy milk product involves the full services of the SunOpta vertically integrated business model from sale of soy seed to processing the bean, to manufacturing soy liquid concentrate, to aseptically packaging the final product.
Soy milk, rice milk, and others are widely consumed by consumers as a traditional beverage in the Asia-Pacific region.
Using an electric mixer, beat peanut butter, maple syrup, oil and soy milk in a large bowl to blend.
And you don't have to be a soy milk enthusiast to appreciate it.
12]-fortified cereals (such as Nature's Path Optimum) and fortified soy milk, or take a multivitamin supplement.
Research assistant Dr Pamela Magee said: "These novel findings indicate that eating soy rich products such as soy milk, soy drinks and yoghurt could have an important role in preventing the spread of cancer cells in the body.
Expect to see soy burgers and soy milk at some time in these government-sponsored programs.
The three soy products that ranked highest in consumer awareness are tofu, at 78 percent; soyburgers, 72 percent, and soy milk, 63 percent.