soy flour help ?

By grandmaducky Latest Reply 2011-09-04 09:58:01 -0500
Started 2011-09-03 08:00:59 -0500

okay with fall and winter around the corner i will want to do alittle baking i dont bake often but i do every once in awhile. I can buy soy flour in my small town i dont have acess to almond flour and i fine the shipping on it to be all most as high as the flour so what do you bakers out there think about soy flour? any idea thanks

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Kirla 2011-09-03 12:01:52 -0500 Report

I have been using soy flour for 2+ years now. I make cakes, pancakes, pie crust and waffles with it. Post my recipes on my blog. I have found that you can replace the flour with soy flour and sugar with splenda and most things come out great. Can’t make bread with it. Other than that you could experiment a little and make cup cakes and muffins also. Just got to be willing to experiment a little.

Even make soy pasta.

None of the above recipes spike my blood sugar and all are low carb.

I found a place on the Internet where I buy 50lbs for a dollar a pound and shipping is only around 5 dollars. If you sign up for their e-mail list you get a coupon every few months with 10% off which will pay for the shipping.

I use soy flour almost daily making all the above foods and bought the 50lbs over a year ago. Still got about 10lbs left. I need to order again soon before the price goes up. If you buy it you will need to lots of containers to put it in.

Good luck

grandmaducky 2011-09-03 09:29:55 -0500 Report

soy doesn't bother me to much and i dont eat it but maybe once a month but i would like to have a baked cookie or coffee cake once in a great while thanks i did read the article

re1ndeer 2011-09-03 09:00:12 -0500 Report

If you are Hypothyroid, soy is no good for you. Here is an article I posted on hypothyroid connect about foods you should avoid if you are hypothyroid.
here is the article:

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