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7.24.20 - 5 Recipes For Enjoying Tofu the Crispy Way
Tofu lasts for months, is affordable, and is so versatile — especially when it comes to crisping it up.
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6.26.20 - This One-Pan Meal Shows Just How Joyful Tofu Can Be
This 30-minute dinner gets its crunch from pan-seared tofu, blistered snap peas and toasted cashews, and its flavor from an umami-rich sauce.
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5.13.20 - Chef Joel Gamoran and U.S. Soy Launch New Series – Stretched: Make More with Less
Chef Joel Gamoran has mastered the art of scrappy cooking and will dish out sustainable solutions for at-home cooks of all levels.
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5.09.20 - Olympic Gymnast Aly Raisman Eats A Mostly Plant-Based Diet These Days
Aly Raisman's life has completely changed since we last saw her on the Olympic mat in 2016.
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5.05.20 - 25 Tofu Recipes to Treat Your Curd the Way It Deserves
When prepared correctly, extra-firm tofu browns and crisps up beautifully into slabs for stuffing Vietnamese banh mi or adding substance and protein to a vegan stir-fry.
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5.01.20 - Soy Series, Part 3: Soybean Oil
Soybean oil is used in a wide variety of packaged foods, baked goods, snacks, dressings and sauces, in addition to being sold on its own as a cooking oil.
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4.15.20 - Is Soy Safe for Kids?
We've got answers to your six biggest questions about whether soy is healthy for babies and children.
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4.13.20 - Soyfoods in your Emergency Pantry
Whether you’re stocking up for a weather emergency or for a quarantine against the coronavirus, be sure to make room on your pantry shelves for soyfoods.
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3.23.20 - Isoflavones, in tofu and plant proteins, associated with lower heart disease risk
Eating tofu and foods that contain higher amounts of isoflavones was associated with a moderately lower risk of heart disease, especially for younger women and postmenopausal women not taking hormones
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3.13.20 - Is Soy Good for You? Here's What the Science Says
Nutritionally, soy is a great, affordable protein option—so why does it have such a bad reputation? Here we explore what the science says about soy and cancer, heart disease and more.
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