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Drea
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Hi folks, there are a number of recipes in the database that call for this product, but I am not having much luck in

1) finding where to purchase it and
2) finding a appropriate substitution that is in the typebase

Does anyone have any suggestions? Thanks!


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You can use any soy milk powder.  I use Fearn Soya Powder.

http://www.modernfearn.com
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Thanks organicmomma! Do you think that firm silken tofu would work as well? Soy milk powder often has avoids, and/or soy protein isolate , in the ingredients.


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The tofu should work.  

The fearn powder says it is made from good quality soybeans by washing the beans in water and then steam cooking at a maximum temperature of 215 degrees F.  The hulls are removed to avoid grittiness and because they are not a good source of nutrients anyway.  The final step is grinding into a fine powder.  We do not enhance our product with additiona isoflavones.  No solvents or other processing agents are used and nothing is added.  It is 100 % natural, 100% soybean product.  Ingredients: Soybeans.

I use it just like soy flour.
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The tofu should work.  

The fearn powder says it is made from good quality soybeans by washing the beans in water and then steam cooking at a maximum temperature of 215 degrees F.  The hulls are removed to avoid grittiness and because they are not a good source of nutrients anyway.  The final step is grinding into a fine powder.  We do not enhance our product with additiona isoflavones.  No solvents or other processing agents are used and nothing is added.  It is 100 % natural, 100% soybean product.  Ingredients: Soybeans.

I use it just like soy flour.


Thanks for the information on the Fearn soy powder. Where do you buy it? HFS?


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I have seen it at the HFS, but I got mine from our Krogers.
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