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Every Bit Of Soybean Can Be Used
2012-08-22 14:14:21

New technology revealed at the 244th National Meeting & Exposition of the American Chemical Society indicates that soybeans are going to be churning up more than just soy sauce at your favorite Chinese restaurant.

2011-04-15 12:15:00

CHICAGO, April 15, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- While it was once the must-have 'super food,' essential for any healthy diet, according to a new report from Mintel and data from SPINS, the soy food and beverage market declined 16% from 2008 to 2010.

2011-01-19 18:45:48

Baked goods made from hydrolyzed wheat flour are not toxic to celiac disease patients.

2009-11-18 09:13:27

If you eat fish to gain the heart-health benefits of its omega-3 fatty acids, baked or boiled fish is better than fried, salted or dried, according to research presented at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2009.

2008-09-11 18:00:17

By Marty Meitus We had brunch at the Old Neighborhood Restaurant in Arvada. The salmon dish with some type of wonderful sauce was incredible. Would it be possible to get the recipe? Thank you. - Vicki Malara Alexa Kowalczyk of Old Neighborhood Restaurant has helped us out before.

2008-09-11 15:00:27

According to anba: To increase crops, improve production and strengthen the image of Brazil as an exporter of non-GM grain, a group of companies launched yesterday (09) the Brazilian Association of Producers of Non-Genetically Modified Grain (Abrange).

2008-09-08 18:00:27

By Michael Casey SURABAYA, Indonesia - With the dollar a day he earns scrounging for scrap metal and paper, Jumadi can't buy his family beef or even chicken. But until now, the rail-thin scavenger could at least afford soy.

2008-09-02 21:00:11

By Lisa Ackleson Daily Herald Staff Writer David Koelling of Lake Barrington, twice nominated for Inc. Magazine's entrepreneur of the year award, never thought about being a chef when he was younger. He attended Michigan State University in East Lansing, Mich.

Word of the Day
  • A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
  • One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.
The word 'upstander' in the first sense here is a play on the word 'bystander' and the idea of 'standing up' for something.