SOY FREE

DO’S

***ALWAYS READ THE INGREDIENTS LIST

oat milk
rice milk
almond milk
hazelnut milk
quinoa milk
hemp milk

DON’TS

akara
edamame
fermented soybean pastes (miso and natto)
hydrolyzed soy protein
imitation bacon bits
isolated soy protein isolates
kinako
kouridofu
lecithin
miso
mono-diglyceride
natto
nimame
okara
Olean (used in non-fat potato chips and other snacks)
shortening (unless palm shortening)
shoyo sauce
soy cheese
soy flour, soy grits, soy meal, soy milk and other beverages, soy nuts, soy pasta
soy oil
soy protein, soy protein concentrate, soy protein isolate
soy sauce, tamari, teriyaki
soy sprouts
soy yogurt
soybean granules or curds
tempeh
textured vegetable protein (tvp)
tofu (soybean curds), tofu products
vitamin e (if made from soy)
worcestershire sauce
yuba

Foods Likely to Contain Soy

“solution” (found in some fresh meats, poultry and seafood)
baby and infant, formulas
baking mixes, cake mixes
bean sprouts
bouillon, liquid, cubes or powder
bread crumbs, stuffing mix
breaded foods
chewing gum
chicken pox vaccine
commercial vegetarian products and meat substitutes
flavorings, natural or artificial (ask the manufacturer if soy is used as a carrier protein)
flu vaccine
high protein foods
hydrolyzed plant and vegetable protein (hvp)
lecithin
mayonnaise
meal replacement drinks and bars
mono and diglycerides
monosodium glutamate (msg) (may contain soy-based hydrolyzed protein)
natural and artificial flavoring (may be soy based)
spices, seasoning and spice blends
taco and burrito filling, tamales
textured vegetable protein (tpv)
thickening agents
vegetable broth (found in turkey, tuna, processed foods and meats)
vegetable gum, vegetable protein or hydrolyzed protein, vegetable starch
vegetarian dishes

 

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