As we gain knowledge from soybean fuel history, we can look to the future with hope that clean, renewable, and efficient fuel sources will continue to be widespread in the United States and around the world.
Although there has been much debate regarding this, the industry seems to be moving in the direction that for a true soy candle to be called green, it must be made up of at least 85 percent of soybean oil.
Indiana, the state that has marketed the country's first soybean oil candles, desires to get enough signatures on a petition in order to move Indiana forward in ethanol and soybean production.
Large chain stores and membership clubs such as CostCo and Sam's Club may also offer soybean wax candles at wholesale prices with much smaller minimums than a direct wholesale arrangement.
The American Heart Association also published papers linking soybean product consumption, such as eating tofu and soy burgers, as beneficial to cardiovascular health.
EFAs include omega-6 fatty acids found in primrose and safflower oils, and omega-3 fatty acids oils found in fatty fish and flax-seed, canola, soybean, and walnuts.
EFAs include omega-6 fatty acids found in primrose and safflower oils, and omega-3 fatty acids oils found in fatty fish and flaxseed, canola, soybean, and walnuts.
The United Soybean Board terms it this way: Biodiesel is a mono-alkyl oxygenated fuel made from soybean or other vegetable oils or animal fats.
If you prefer vegetarian soap, there are all sorts of options these days, including coconut oil, palm oil, olive oil and soybean oil.
Fields of corn and soybean lay in the valleys like patchwork quilts.