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a food made from soybean pulp; a by-product of soy milk production
Origin: From おから.
Okara or Soy Pulp is a pulp consisting of insoluble parts of the soybean which remains after pureed soybeans are filtered in the production of soy milk and tofu. It is generally white or yellowish in color. It is part of the traditional cuisines of Japan, Korea, and China, and since the 20th century has also been used in the vegetarian cuisines of Western nations.
Okara is the oldest of three basic types of soy fiber. The other two are soy bran, and soy cotyledon/isolate fiber.
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