Definition of Soybean milk
1. Noun. A milk substitute containing soybean flour and water; used in some infant formulas and in making tofu.
Terms within: Soy Flour, Soybean Flour, Soybean Meal
Substance meronyms: Bean Curd, Tofu
Generic synonyms: Milk
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Literary usage of Soybean milk
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1. Radiant Healing: The Many Paths to Personal Harmony and Planetary Wholeness by Isabel Bellamy, Donald MacLean (2005)
"Soybean Cottage Cheese Allow soybean milk to sour, then heat it to body temperature until the curds ... Add a little soybean milk powder or milk to soften. ..."
2. Coffee Boom, Government Expenditure, and Agricultural Prices: The Colombian by Jorge García García, Gabriel Montes Llamas (1988)
"... Prices of Milk and soybean milk and soybean prices for 1950-81 were supplied by Banco de la Republica, División de Cuentas Nacionales, Departamento de ..."
3. The Terrible Tooths by Susan D. Clark (1991)
"Goat's milk, soybean milk or nut milk may be advised by your physician. Don't serve your baby imitation eggs. Don't give your baby non-dairy products, ..."