Traducción de soybean en Español:

soybean

soya, n.

(British soya bean)

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    soya femenino América Latina
    soja femenino España
    • From this domesticated version, the Chinese created the soya bean, which they used as a source of bean sprouts, milk, sauces, flour and cooking oil.
    • My question is, why use so many resources to grow soybeans to feed animals to feed people, when we could simply be eating these mild, nutty, nutritious beans directly?
    • The pesticides under question are found in a variety of foods ranging from sugar to soybeans.
    • The best sources of isoflavones are roasted soy nuts, soy flour, soy grits, textured soy protein, cooked soybeans, soymilk, tempeh and tofu.
    • Higher protein soybeans will produce higher protein meal, which would be desirable for feed.
    • Nielsen and Ritchie are focusing first on improving the oil and protein content of soybeans.
    • Protein extracts of soybean and soymilk contain several different estrogen-like substances called isoflavones.
    • Dr. Daniel makes a big mistake by thinking of soybeans, soy protein, and finished food products like tofu and soymilk as being one and the same.
    • Soy-based formulas contain the proteins found in soybeans rather than those found in cow's milk.
    • This technology can benefit the Ohio soybean industry by increasing the use of soybeans as a food product.
    • GE corn and soybeans are fed to animals, so it's in our beef, our pork, our chicken and our milk.
    • Despite the growing organic food business and protests of anti-G.M. food groups, Americans already eat lots of genetically modified food, mostly soybeans and corn.
    • Most corn and soybeans are fed to animals, so consumers likely eat meat and poultry from animals raised on GE feed.
    • Common genetically altered foods are soybean, corn, canola and dairy products.
    • For meals between breakfast, lunch and dinner, she creates her own trail mix with dried fruit, roasted soybeans and a high-fiber cereal.
    • The big processors, he notes, use soybean to boost the protein content of baked goods, breakfast cereals, weaning foods, and dairy products.
    • Small amounts of plant sterols (they're also called phytosterols) occur naturally in pine trees and foods like soybeans, nuts, grains, and oils.
    • In addition, they reported that nonGM wheat is replacing GM corn and soybeans in their food products.
    • Those allergic to soybeans must avoid eating foods containing its proteins.
    • A new food product using soybeans is now being sold in Manitoba.