These organic and non-GMO soybeans have been split into two pieces after we removed the hull. In order to make tempeh and other recipes easier, organic soybeans have been dehulled and split.
Various recipes (both fermented and unfermented) are made from dehulled soybean splits, including soups, soy milk, soy yogurt, tofu, miso, shoyu, and tamari sauces.
It is especially popular with vegetarians and vegans who follow a soy-based diet. The reason for this is that they contain high-quality (‘complete’) proteins and have the ability to be processed into milk and meat substitutes.
Organic soybeans and soy foods may reduce the risk of a range of health problems, including cardiovascular disease, stroke, coronary heart disease (CHD) and some cancers, as well as improving bone health.
Organic soy is a high-quality protein. It is one of the few known plant foods to contain all the essential amino acids, like those found in meat.
The organic soybean is high in Protein, fibre, and phytoestrogens. Low in saturated fat, cholesterol free, a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, source of antioxidants.