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soya in Food topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsoyasoy‧a /ˈsɔɪə/ British English, soy /sɔɪ/ American English noun [uncountable]  DFsoya beans
Examples from the Corpus
soyaAll soya sauces provide invaluable seasoning to strict vegetarian diets that are based mainly on relatively bland grains.She made touching things for the children called mock devil's-food-cakes, concocted out of cocoa, golden syrup, carrots and soya flour.It is made from fermented soya beans and the whole process of producing the sauce should take at least a year.Teriyaki A marinade based on soya sauce but with the addition of Tabasco sauce, sherry and sugar.It is rounder and more pungent than soya sauce.Some of them have a construction like meat or that soya substitute, you can't tell the difference.The government's plan is to open up the Amazon to soya farming.Try using skimmed or semi-skimmed milk, or substitute dairy milk with soya milk. 10.