What's the difference between soy and soya? Is it just a different word for the same thing?
Same thing. I think in the US, the "norm" is "soy," but elsewhere, "soya" is popular.
Oh, ok, that makes sense. I'd always heard soy until I came on this forum and heard soya. I like soya better, it's a cooler word.
I was wondering that as well. Thanks for asking that question, and thanks Artichoke, for the answer.
You are not required to complete the task of repairing the world, neither are you free to abstain from it.
I say soy, but I was confused as well.
A good man takes care of his animals, but wicked men are cruel to theirs.
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