soybean sprouts

Translations

soybean sprouts

plSojasprossen pl, → Sojabohnenkeimlinge pl
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Profile of the contents of different forms of soybean isoflavones and the effect of germination time on these compounds and the physical parameters in soybean sprouts. Food Chem.
It was in 2016 that Kilner went microgreen, partly inspired by his wife's fondness for growing her own soybean sprouts and others.
* Cut fresh veggies, seitan, extra-firm tofu, tempeh, mushrooms, carrots, green beans, celery, pickles, seeded tomatoes, fresh or canned bamboo shoots, soybean sprouts, fresh chilies or peppers, and/or fresh pineapple into "sushi"-sized pieces.
Considerable amount of soybean sprouts is produced for human consumption in Korea [4].
Regarding the yellow color with soft and slightly crispy texture, attractive fragrance and no bean flavor as soybean sprouts, buckwheat sprouts with removed pericarp from the cotyledons are preferred as fresh vegetables in commercial markets (Kim et al., 2004).
They include water, soybean sprouts, salt, Chinese egg noodles and chicken stock.
Looking for a recipe for Wishing-You-Well Soybean Sprouts with Licorice-Flavored Water?
The food industry is in the midst of a surge of product recalls, including this year alone the recall of apples and apple products, kale and kale products, smoked salmon, soybean sprouts, spinach and spinach products, hummus, ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet and various frozen vegetables.
Implicated food products have ranged from gourmet ice cream to soybean sprouts to frozen vegetables.
Vegetarians and those who simply dislike meat can enjoy many high-protein vegetables such as sun-dried tomatoes, soybean sprouts, winged beans, and garlic.
- Germinated soybean and soybean sprouts (as vegetable)
Hung: The Chinese invented tofu, and also made use of several varieties of soybean, such as soy sauce, soy milk, soybean sprouts, soy flour.