How To Milk A Soybean

Soymilk is an ancient craft in China, but the rest of the world experimented for over 200 years with different ways to make this beverage. Anyone can milk a soybean, but it's not easy to do it right. EdensoyIt took a collaboration of food scientists at Cornell University and Japan, masters in the ancient methods of soy fermentation, to fully unlock the soybean's potential in the form of soymilk that is delicious, nourishing, and easy to digest. The result, EDENSOY was introduced to the North American market in 1983 and became a phenomenal success. Made by ingenious natural methods, EDENSOY remains distinguished as the one that nourishes best.

Soy Benefit

Soybeans have been an important human food for over 5,000 years. Recently, Western science has begun to recognize soy as one of the world's healthiest foods. In addition to unique antioxidants and a spectrum of vitamins and minerals, the soybean is rich in high quality protein with a balance of all the essential amino acids. In 1999 the FDA recognized the role of soy protein for reducing cholesterol, saying a diet rich in soy protein and low in saturated fat may help reduce the risk of heart disease. Nutritionists agree that soy made properly from whole organic soybeans, as is EDENSOY, best provides the sought after benefits.

The Difference

EDENSOY is made from 100 percent USA family farm organic soybeans, tested GEO free. It contains no refined sugar, just gentle, mellow sweeteners like malted grain, organic maple syrup, and brown rice amazake. Experience soy perfection 10 different ways. Original and Unsweetened; EDENBLEND (Rice and Soy); Extra and Light, fortified with vegan vitamins and minerals; Chocolate with organic fair trade cocoa powder, chocolately natural Carob, and exquisite Vanilla. (Did you know that this is the only soymilk in America made with 100 percent pure vanilla extract?) Whatever your flavor, you'll appreciate the EDENSOY difference.



This Month's Special


Because you're such a valued customer, receive 20% OFF any EDENSOY or EDENBLEND product you order. Simply enter the coupon code "EDENSOY" when prompted during checkout. We encourage you to extend this offer to friends and family as well.

Offer expires June 30, 2006.



Overnight Oats

Ingredients
• 2 cups old fashion organic rolled oats
• 2 cups EdenBlend (or Edensoy Vanilla)
• 2 Tbsp Eden Dried Montmorency Cherries, coarsely chopped
(or Eden Organic Wild Blueberries, or Eden Organic Cranberries)
• 2 tsp grated orange peel
• 1 tsp cinnamon
• 1/8 tsp Eden Sea Salt
• 3 cups fresh berries (or seasonal fruit)

Overnight OatsDirections
In a large bowl, or storage container, mix together all ingredients except fresh fruit. Cover and refrigerate overnight. The next morning, stir in fresh fruit. Garnish with dry roasted, chopped nuts, if desired.

Nutritional Info
(Per serving): 319 Calories, 6g Fat (15% calories from fat), 12g Protein, 59g Carbohydrate, 0mg Cholesterol, 104mg Sodium



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The drinking water sources of more than 111 million Americans could be at risk because of the Environmental Protection Agency's policy to withhold Clean Water Act protections from headwater and seasonal streams. A Sierra Club report released May 17, based on EPA data, provides state-by-state information on drinking water supplies which rely, at least in part, on these small streams. Read More »
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Eden Foods was recently recognized with the Michigan Organic Food and Farm Alliance Community Service Award
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The Eden Organic Pasta Company will be the feature of a PBS Special called Fork In The Road due out late this summer.

We have expanded our line of 4 ounce snacks with three New snacks featuring Canadian certified organic berries.
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