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Old 04-07-2006, 08:14 PM posted to rec.food.veg.cooking
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Default Are ANY soy-type powders soluble?

I've been trying to find a good milk substitute and have experimented
with some soy or soy-containing powders. Value Protein, by Healthsmart
doesn't seem to be made any more. The main problem is that most of
these don't dissolve--they end up with a mass at the bottom of the
bottle. The Value Protein dissolved a bit better than most, but still.
a lot of stuff on the bottom. Has anyone found a soy or similar veg
protein that dissolves?

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