Used to be great
Never had a problem with these until the most recent pack. They are noticeably smaller, about half the size and I can't remember finding a single yellow soya bean previously, this most recent purchase has quite a few. A very obvious decline in quality.
Small, hard, tasteless
Small, hard, tasteless
They used to be really good
It was so great to find these a couple of years ago in Tesco. And they used to be delicious. They were large with a great texture and taste. But, since several months ago, they are small and hard, and even the flavour isn't as good. It's as though Tesco have replaced soya beans for human consumption with those that were destined for animal feed. Such a pity as they were so good.
Quality has gone downhill
I used to buy these every week, but the quality has gone downhill since around December 2020 - they’re now smaller and harder...I now buy the Birdseye ones instead (not stocked in Tesco).
not enough information - are they genetically modi
not enough information - are they genetically modified? Do they come from farms on deforested areas? Which country of origin?
I really really love it. Tesco please put it back
I really really love it. Tesco please put it back on shelf :(((
Recommended - and good for you!
Great for salads,stir fries....perfect in a quinoa salad. Be warned, although these soya beans are also known as edamame beans - Tesco frozen Edamame beans come still in their shells. Just right for recreating that well known High Street restaurant chain go-to snack, but a pain if what you actually want are these!
A great alternative to peas.
The beans add a delicious twist to soups, stews, salads and stir fries. A good freezer stand by. They keep their shape and only require minimal cooking. Yum.
A new addition to the dinner plate.
The whole family enjoyed this product. We didn't know what to expect as we'd never had them as a stand alone veg, only in stir fry packs or veggie burgers. We had them just plain boiled as suggested on the pack. They don't have an enormous amount of flavour but what there is is pleasant, not sweet like a pea, more like a bean with a light crunchy bite. We had them with sweet corn and the two went together very well. I (being the cook in the family) will be searching the internet for more interesting ways to serve as I will definitely be using them more often.
Didn't think i was going to like these soya beans but they are very useful to have as an additional veg. They have a nice nutty taste.