|One of Our Own Needs Prayersoy
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December 8, 2010, 2:48 pm
|I have to head to the store after work and was wondering if anyone cares to compare soy milk to almond milk. I tried almond milk and fell instantly in love with it. I have never tried the soy so before I buy it, I'd like to hear if you think it's good - does it have more calcium than cow's milk like the almond milk does? I can't buy almond milk locally so was wondering if soy milk was a comparable choice. ...|
April 26, 2010, 4:58 pm
|to not eat processed foods. I know I still settle for a Morningstar black bean patty now and again...I'll be thinking of this Mother Jones article next time I'm tempted and steer real clear...|
Hexane in Your Soy Burger? ...
August 26, 2009, 5:58 pm
|This is a very similar post to my response to "Soy Milk" today. But I thought I might share this under a different title so others can learn about soy.|
Soy can be used in many things and in many forms. Here is a list from Dr. Kaayla T. Daniel who has been studying the effects of soy for many years:
Soy protein isolate
Soy protein concentrate
Textured soy protein
Textured vegetable protein (TVP)
Hydrolyzed soy protein
Hydrolyzed vegetable protein
Vegetable oil (soy is a very cheap and common vegetable oil)
Hydrolized vegetable oil
Please check out her book "The Whole Soy Story: the Dark Side ...
May 22, 2009, 12:46 pm
|I haven't read the other posts - but DON'T get me started on soy :o) As far as I'm concerned and some of the naturalists out there it is the absolute worst thing for us in the amounts we are eating. Me, I was a vegetarian for 3 years and ate soy and it ruined by thyroid - that's right - destroyed it - and soy can and will do that - you can read up about it on line. I stay away from soy as much as I can. Some of people I've spoken with and read up on ...|
April 24, 2009, 9:29 pm
updated Apr 25, 2012, 7:11 pm
The title of this post comes directly from the Super Smoothies recipe book. The writers, Mary Corpening-Barber and Sara Corpening-Whiteford, certainly knew what they were doing when they came up with this sweet, tart, and rich smoothie.
Low calories, low fat, and with a nice kick of vitamin C, this drink is fab in the morning or as a snack.
- Fresh strawberries, 1 cup (140 grams) -quartered
- Light vanilla soy milk, 1/2 cup (106 grams)
- Soft tofu, 1/3 cup (78 grams)
- Banana, 1 medium size (96 grams) -sliced and frozen
- Pineapple juice concentrate, 2 TB (30 grams)
Slice banana before freezing it.
Combine strawberries, soy
March 31, 2009, 10:38 pm
M.O.M doesn't generally tout low-fat packaged foods. We tend to go for the real thing and simply eat less of it. But sometimes there is a low-fat product that actually has real flavor. Because for us taste, flavor, and enjoying food is what eating is all about.
These organic, dairy-free Creamy Fudge Bars are just the thing to get you through a sweet tooth attack. And at only 90 calories (and 45mg sodium) they can certainly be a once-in-a-while snack.
So enjoy So Delicious.
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