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cheeselike food made of curdled soybean milk

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The dry soybean curd residue (SBCR) was processed and dried in a food factory in Kyoto Prefecture, Japan.
Tofu -- Also known as soybean curd, tofu is a soft, cheeselike food made by curdling fresh, hot soy milk and a coagulant.
Under the proposals, such everyday Japanese products as tofu soybean curd and miso soybean paste would have to carry the GMO label if made from genetically altered beans.
Soybean curd contributes to optimal well-being through its unique health-protective properties.
Typical of invention, the soybean curd happened either by accident (the salt in sea water encountered and caused curdling of soybean milk), or design (someone wanted a substitute for scarce meat).
Niels Nielsen, an ARS geneticist at Purdue University, is using genetics to make better soybean curd, or tofu, a staple in the Asian diet that seems to be increasingly popular with diet-conscious Americans.
As far as I know, no military leader has yet to risk his career by announcing he prefers soybean curd to sirloin.
To reveal the dynamics and mechanisms underlying the starch and hemicellulose loss with prolonged ensiling of TMR silage, TMR formulated mainly with soybean curd residue and two different roughages of alfalfa hay and Leymus chinensis hay were subjected to a series time of fermentation in this study.
A soybean-rice combination is complementary for lysine and methionine and may help to explain the successful use of soy protein products such as soybean curd in the rice eating cultures of Asia.
The move is expected to spark interest in non-GMO imports including traditional tofu soybean curd.
Tofu, or soybean curd, is an important source of dietary protein in Japan and other nations of Asia, and is beginning to be accepted in the diets of individuals from western societies who seek to reduce the consumption of animal products and desire to reduce their intake of saturated fat.
Tofu, the cheeselike soybean curd, is now widely available; however, dried soybeans, soy flour, and soybean milk may require a visit to a natural-foods store.
And if the thought of eating soybean curd makes your stomach churn, don't despair.
A soybean food product that's probably more familiar to the average American consumer is tofu, soybean curd made by coagulating soy milk.