Soya Milk is an inexpensive and remarkably versatile high protein food made from soyabeans. It is a white liquid made from the seed. Unlike most other protein foods, milk is entirely free from cholesterol and low in fat (specially saturated fats). The quality of protein is as high as that found in chicken. It is also good for dieters as this contain low calories. It is an excellent food for babies, children, elderly people and pregnant and lactating women since it contains vegetable protein which is very nutritious and easy to digest. Soya milk and its derivatives are the cheapest source ofprotein, its derivatives tofu (soya paneer) makes testy dishes like matar paneer, palak paneer etc. and snacks like soya burger, patties, sand witches, pakoras etc. and also used in desserts.
With the increasing health consciousness among the general people, the use of soyabean is getting acceptance in the form of textured vegetable protein (popularly known as Soya bodi or Soya nuggets), Soya fortified wheat flour, Soya milk, Tofu and Soya curd etc. Being mainly the country of vegetarians, India has indeed a very great potential for Soya milk, paneer and curd. Experts predict that the Soya food industry will grow 20% annually over the next few years.
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