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Soothing Soy

The secret to good coffee, of course, is the beans.

And beans are also the secret to Coffee Brake, a new alternative coffee-style drink from Montana - organic soybeans, to be precise.

Coffee Brake has no caffeine, lots of healthy soy protein and a surprisingly rich, mellow taste. (Look for French vanilla and hazelnut flavors in the fall.)

All things considered, it’s a pleasant alternative to the regular daily grind.

Price: About $6.50-$7 per pound.

Available: In Spokane at the Valley Huckleberry’s Fresh Market, 15510 E. Sprague, and Inland Harvest Foods, 10113 N. Newport Highway; for mail orders or more information, call (406) 883-5649. , DataTimes ILLUSTRATION: Color photo

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Do you know of a new, unusual or just plain good food item? Tell us about it at Food Finds, Features Department, The Spokesman-Review, P.O. Box 2160, Spokane, WA 99210. Call 459-5446; fax 459-5098.

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