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Topic: OT: Soybeans (2 msgs / 32 lines)
1) From: Joe Screnock
Does anyone have any experience roasting soybeans in their roaster? 
Specifically an RK drum?  I thought I remembered something about that, 
but I can't find it in the archives.
A cursory internet search indicates that for baking soybeans, one must 
soak them for "at least 8 hours" before baking.  No reason was given, 
and it seems counter-productive (to me) to fill 'em full of water, and 
then dry that water out of 'em.  
Looking forward to a good soybean harvest, here in the Midwest.
Joe
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2) From: Charlie Herlihy
--- On Wed, 10/8/08, Joe Screnock  wrote:
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 I was roasting soybeans (to sell them) for a while in a drum very like an RK. It's a tasty coffee substitute. Boring to roast, compared to coffee, but easy. For eating the soybeans you do want to bake them in an oven, not roast them like coffee, I think.
  Charlie
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