from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The soybean.
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- n. soya bean
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Dill. Also sowa.
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- n. the most highly proteinaceous vegetable known; the fruit of the soybean plant is used in a variety of foods and as fodder (especially as a replacement for animal protein)
- n. erect bushy hairy annual herb having trifoliate leaves and purple to pink flowers; extensively cultivated for food and forage and soil improvement but especially for its nutritious oil-rich seeds; native to Asia
Alpro soya is launching the UK's first reduced calorie soya alternative to yogurt.
Other crops are similarly affected, but soya is Argentina’s agricultural star commodity.
Too often it is demand from developed countries for palm oil, beef and soya, which is the driver.
Critics retort that the study assumes all new veggies are dependent on meat "analogues" such as soya bean and tofu pretend rashers when actually they substitute bread, pasta and increased fruit and vegetables.
One day in the not-too-distant future (closer, if you are long-sighted), contacts may be made from renewable materials such as soya bean.
It has been estimated that algae produces up to 15 times more oil per square kilometer devoted to production than other biofuel crops such as soya beans.
Her research has had a revolutionary impact on the perception of foods such as soya and humus as important vegetarian sources of protein, which contain inhibitors of the growth of cancers.
In fact they were probably feeding on soya which is entirely self-pollinating.
Add flavor such as soya sauce, oyster sauce, sesame oil, to your like.
You can also find dairy-free yogurts and ice creams, and even chocolate, made from dairy substitutes such as soya and hemp.