I've volunteered to make a gallon of soup to freeze and donate for our local men's homeless shelter soup drive this weekend. Fact of the matter is, payday's not for another week and we're a little tight ourselves due to some truly staggering back-to-back winter gas bills --so, I'm hoping to be able use what I have on hand. Poking around my pantry I see I do have a large sack of soybeans (originally purchased for soymilk production). Think I can make a decent soup out of that??