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Posted by Julie of Caring Foodie
 - May 18, 2018, 05:08:32 PM
I decided to register so that I could post a link directly to my page.  Hopefully it will be of help to some. :)
Posted by Julie M.
 - May 18, 2018, 05:04:07 PM
That list is from my website.  It was originally on Natural and Free, but it is now on my new site, Caring Foodie.  It has been updated.  To view it, you can go to CaringFoodie (dot) blogspot (dot) com and look at the "Alternative Names for Soy and Soy-Free Foods List" page. 
Posted by Kathleen
 - August 15, 2015, 11:42:56 AM
If the list sounds like you're reading a list of chemicals off a pesticide or toxic product, don't eat it.  We accept this because we have always seen this,  and make the assumption that it is perfectly safe.  Well the FDA, after decades of refusals to Monsanto, finally OK Aspartame (political pressure).  The FDA and EPA are responsible for allowing many toxic products on the market, when they are there to keep dangerous products off the market, in order protect the environment.  Finally, they couldn't hide from the fact of their products toxicity when Bayer's insecticides started killing bees by the millions, if not billions, and Monsanto killing all of the Milkweed,  so the Monarch Butterflies are dying due to starvation.  Yes, Monsanto says all of their products are safe, just like they swore to the government that AGENT ORANGE was safe. 
Posted by krasota
 - March 10, 2014, 01:26:18 AM
That list is unreliable.  A number of the non-starred items do not contain soy.
Posted by yasmine
 - March 09, 2014, 10:49:51 PM
I found this on a website a while back, and it has been a lifesaver (pretty literally). I'm sorry I can't remember the name of the website to give the author his or her due credit.
General Names for Soy or Soy Containing Products, and Possible Sources of Soy

1. ANYTHING with Soy, Soya, Soja, or Shoyo in the name
2. ANYTHING with Lecithin (variations on spelling) in the name*
3. ANYTHING with Vegetable, Plant, or Bean in the name*
4. ANYTHING with Guar in the name*
5. ANYTHING with Xanthan or Zanthan (variations on spellings) in the name*
6. ANYTHING with Vitamin E or Toccopherol (variations on spelling) in the name*
7. MSG (Mono Sodium Glutamate)* (Please note that the terms "yeast extract/autolyzed yeast extract" refer to natural/hidden sources of MSG without having to be labeled as MSG.  Though they are NOT soy, some people with MSG sensitivities also have trouble with these ingredients.  For more information, see this website or Google "natural sources of MSG" or "hidden sources of MSG".)
8. Natural and Artificial Flavor or Flavorings*
9. Tofu
10. Miso
11. Tempeh
12. Edamame
13. Mono-diglyceride (variations on spelling)*
14. Natto
15. Okara or Akara
16. Yuba  
17. Glycerin/glycerine/vegetable glycerin*
18. Tamari
19. Teriyaki*
20. Isolates*
21. Olean
22. Gum Arabic
23. Bulking Agent*
24. Carob
25. Emulsifier*
26. Protein or Proteins*
27. Protein Extender*
28. Stabilizer*
29. Starch*
30. Thickener*
31. TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein)*
32. HVP (Hydrolized Vegetable Protein)*
33. Alkyd Resin Solution
34. Quaternary Ammonium Salts
35. Quaternary Ammonium Compounds, Ethyldimethylsoya Alkyl, Et Soyethyldimonium Ethosulfate
36. Dimethylsoya Ammonium Ethosulfate
37. Alkyd Resin
38. Linseed Oil, Polymer with Pentaerythritol, Phthalic Anhydride, Oil, Styrene and Vinyltoluene
39. Soyaethyl Morpholinium Ethosulfate
40. Morpholinium Compounds
41. Ethyl Sulfates
42. Soyatrimonium Chloride
43. Quaternary Ammonium Compounds
44. Trimethylsoya
45. Alkyl Chlorides
46. Quaternium-9
47. PEG 5 (soy sterol)
48. PEG 10 (soy sterol)
49. PEG 16 (soy sterol)
50. PEG 25 (soy sterol)
51. PEG 30 (soy sterol)
52. PEG 40 (soy sterol)
53. Stearic acid/vegetable stearic acid or ANYTHING with stearic in the name*
54. Magnesium stearate*
55. Tyramine* (This is a naturally occuring amino acid in many foods, including soy.)
56. Abura-age (sliced deep-fried tofu)
57. Atsu-age (deep-fried tofu)
58. Gan-modoki (a soy dumpling)
59. Glycine max
60. Kinako (Japanese for soybean flour)
61. Kyodofu (freeze-dried bean curd)*
62. Nimame (stewed soybeans)
63. Shoyu
64. Uno-hana (soy pulp)
65. Hydrolyzed plant protein (HPP)*
66. Isolated vegetable protein*
67. Methylcellulose*
68. Monoglycerides*
69. Protein filler*
70. Caprylic Triglyceride
71. Monotriglyceride
72. Ascobyl Palmitate
73. Isostearyl Isosterate
74. Glycols
75. Tocotretrienols

*Note: Not always do these (*)ed products contain soy.  However, unless they are labeled specifically that they do not contain soy or a soy containing product, or you can contact the manufacturer directly and they tell you the product does not contain soy or a soy containing product, ASSUME that it does contain soy or a soy containing product. 
Posted by AdminCM
 - September 01, 2011, 03:38:56 PM
List of soy ingredients page 1
List of soy ingredients page 2

Unexpected sources of soy, and ways that soy can hide in products.  Tips for recognizing soy on ingredient labels.