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    I have soya flour...what can this be used with? It's been sitting in my cupboard for ages and I want to use it up!!!
    The taste of anything in my mouth for 5 seconds does not equate to the beauty and complexity of life.

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    Thanks Cherry! I use your site alot actually....but only recently realised it was your site lol!
    The taste of anything in my mouth for 5 seconds does not equate to the beauty and complexity of life.

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    Oh man, soya flour can be used for so much. Pancakes, sauce, protein supplement - it can be used instead of cream or milk - you can even make soya milk out of it. I even made icecream from it once, although that wasn't very tasty. There is much more.

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    *****recipes*****

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    Here are some recipes from an old version of Eva Batt's Vegan Cookery I found in the library:

    Cheddar-style 'Cheese'
    3 1/2 oz (100g) soya flour
    1 good teaspoon / to taste yeast extract
    4 oz (115g) vegan marg
    Nutritional yeast (optional)
    • Melt marg
    • Stir in flour and yeast extract
    • Beat until smooth
    • Leave to set in the fridge
    'Cream Cheese'
    4oz (115g) soya flour
    Yeast extract to taste
    2floz (60ml) vegetable oil
    • Mix all ingredients well
    • Leave to set
    • Fresh herbs / nutritional yeast could be used for flavouring
    • Store in fridge
    • Use within two days
    I've only tried the Cheddar-style and it's interesting... texture is a bit crumbly, colour a bit strange, but goes well with some branston pickle.

    Oh, and you can use soya flour (about 1/3 of the flour total) in crumble topping. Makes it taste fab

    Veryblue2

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    Nice site!!

    I just wrote down the carrot cake! *drools*

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    Well, soy flour added to soy milk makes a cheap protein shake. Oh, it makes a great breading. I sometimes fry up tofu by dipping strips of tofu in tomato sauce, then soy flour and then frying. It gets messy, but tastes great.
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