For years, I only used tofu when cooking Chinese or Japanese food, which admittedly happened very rarely. I was not particularly a fan, finding it bland, squishy and simply not that exciting. Then as I decided to go flexitarian, I started looking out for ingredients that I could substitute for meat and was reacquainted with tofu. What […]
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1. COCONUT & PEANUT BUTTER FROM MERIDIAN I could not resist grabbing one of these from the supermarket shelf. The best of both worlds, coconut and peanut brought together in a delicious smooth spread. Great on toast, porridge or in smoothie. The taste is not as strong as peanut butter with the added mellowness of […]
My first tofu pressing experience involved a plate, a chopping board and a kettle filled with water. A precarious game of jenga which of course ended up in disaster when it all came crashing down. For many years, tofu was a mysterious ingredient I was not sure what to do with. I found it bland, squishy […]
Tofu was first used in Chinese cooking over 2000 years and has now become a staple for vegetarian and vegan western cooking as it boosts an impressive nutritional value, being high in protein + calcium and low in fat + sodium and iron. Tofu is made from curdled soya milk. Tofu is so versatile you can pretty much do anything […]
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