I used to be ambivalent, at best, about tofu. I simply saw it as a white, square block of jiggly goo that tasted like nothing. Even after being vegetarian for quite some time, I pretty... more
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If I had to use a facebook status to describe my relationship with peanut noodles, it would be: it's complicated.
Our tumultuous love affair goes back to my college days when the only thing... more
The benefits of swapping out meat in favor of tofu, even if just once a week, go beyond your health and the environment—it can save you some serious money! At my local grocery store, a 14-oz pack... more
Making tofu for dinner? Make up a double or triple batch because tofu can be a great leftover that can be transformed into all types of new dishes for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. Here are some... more
So here you are. You’ve decided to make changes to the way you eat. It could be for your health, or your love of animals. Maybe it’s at the behest of your physician, or perhaps it’s just the next... more
Since working with Nasoya, I have had the chance to tackle tofu far more often than I would have imagined. However, there are only so many stir-frys a gal can make. That's why I decided to think... more
Tofu is normally pretty synonymous with dinner, however as many vegans know it can make a delicious and healthy alternative to eggs in breakfast dishes. Not only can tofu stand on its own as an... more
The answer to this age-old question is… Maybe. I usually press mine, and for me it’s worth the time and effort because I enjoy a really dense tofu when I’m frying or baking it. It really depends... more