Soy chunks are made from the Soy flour that is left behind after the extraction of Soybeans oil. This flour is dried and made into chunks the size of quarter to half inch roughly in diameter. They have a rough exterior texture but becomes soft and spongy when soaked in water or any gravy.
Soya chunks have high protein content often exceeding the content in eggs, meat or milk. They also have a high quantity of omega- 3 fatty acids and fiber. It is known to reduce the risk of osteoporosis in menopausal women and ease other symptoms thanks to the presence of high amount of isoflavones.