In recognition of Wisconsin soybean growers and their significant contribution to the state’s economy, Gov. Scott Walker has proclaimed September 2016 as Soybean Month.
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Study shows women can reduce their risk of breast cancer by incorporating higher amounts of soyfoods into their diets.
An exciting new video contest called #SpilltheBeans encourages Wisconsin youth to create videos that share the importance of soybeans with urban, non-agriculture consumers.
A study shows that consuming protein-rich afternoon snacks containing soy protein led to a reduction in appetite, a delay in subsequent eating, and an improved overall diet quality compared to other snack options.
During the contest, consumers and foodservice professionals alike shared their best recipes featuring miso, a fermented soybean paste.
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Explore how miso, a traditional staple ingredient in Japanese cuisine, can enhance the flavor and nutrition of your own traditional holiday recipes.
If there’s one “secret” ingredient that can enhance your favorite recipes, miso just might be it. Learn more about this soybean paste fermented with rice, barley or other grains.
The Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board (WSMB) invites Wisconsin consumers and foodservice professionals to celebrate the farm-to-table connection during their “Miso Meets Meat” recipe contest.
A recent statistical analysis of the scientific literature concluded that in patients with kidney disease but not yet on dialysis, soy protein consumption leads to favorable changes in several health outcomes related to kidney function.
Soybean planting progress continues across Wisconsin as farmers work to finish their spring planting and spraying.
The Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board knows farmers produce soybeans more efficiently year after year and wants to recognize their efforts and achievements.
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