Soya, soya everywhere.
Soya has an international history. It was cultivated 5000 years ago in China, came to the West between the 19th and 20th centuries and became a staple in American agriculture during the Second World War.
It’s no surprise it’s so popular. It’s positively bursting with goodness, and even boosts your mood.
Soya can be used to make milk, tofu, miso, oil, flour and flakes, tamari and soy sauce.
When put in baked goods, it increases the fibre and protein content. And as if that weren’t enough, it’s also used as animal feed, fertiliser and even in cosmetics.
Soya will conquer the world.
Soya is an annual species of legume.
It’s one of the most produced foods in the world.
There are yellow, green and black varieties.