Most of us are familiar with soybeans. We enjoy them in the form of tofu, crackers, soy sauce, and edamame –the in-the-pod beans served with coarse salt in many Asian restaurants. But did you know that soybeans could also be a textile artist ’s best friend?
Just how soymilk aided the dye process was never explained to me when I was apprenticed to my dye teacher, other than having it mentioned that it worked as a binder. Oh, but it does so much more than that! In this section I would like to share with you the results of over forty years of research and experimenting I ’ve done in the course of my career. I hope you will find this protein to be as useful as I have.
The program includes a forty-seven-page pdf file of texts and illustrations augmented by six videos showing detailed, step-by-step procedures. A list of the videos and their topics may be seen below. I have also included a pdf copy of my classic Salvation Through Soy, originally published in 2002.
Making Soymilk with Whole Beans
making Soymilk with Flour
Sizing Presewn Garments
Working with Harite and Shinshi
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