no the tofu will rot and produce mold in your frezer
^^ the previous answer is wrong..you CAN freeze soups made with tofu...you can freeze tofu in general! freezing tofu gives it a more "meaty" texture..it WILL NOT rot and produce mold in your freezer..its impossible for frozen tofu to produce mold in a freezer
no it is not. Miso is a veggi from the miso plant and tofu is soy bean paste made in to cube form. You may think that miso is from tofu because almost all miso soups are made with miso and tofu
seaweed and tofu
Tofu needs to contain tofu to be tofu. So yes, tofu contains tofu. Tofu is made from soybeans.
When you freeze a block of tofu, the white, creamy texture changes into a beige colored sponge with evenly distributed cells. This is because the water in the tofu expands and forms ice crystals. There's nothing wrong at all with frozen tofu though. It's a time honored way of preserving tofu. Freeze dried tofu is sold as kouya dofu (or kouya tofu) or kouri dofu (tofu)), and is a great long-keeping staple. - as per justbento.comPCH Answer: It Gets Chewier And More Like Meat
Chinese tofu is made out of soy beans.
No, tofu is made from soy milk.
It is the opposite, tofu is made from soy milk, not into it
chilled tofu is...tofu is like a white square made of something its just when regular tofu is cold.
Yes and no, tofu is made from soybean, which is a different genus from the regular beans.
Tofu is bean curd made from soybeans, which are legumes.
Some ideas for quick vegan recipes include soups, pastas, salads....both vegetable and fruit. Breads, sandwiches, snacks, desserts and items made with tofu.
Tofu is made from soya beans, more precisely their milk which is coagulated in order to produce tofu.
Tofu is made from soy milk which is extracted from soy beans (bean curd). There is no dairy in regular tofu.
No,Egypt is on North Africa but tofu was made in asia.
Silken tofu is a food, so I'm not entirely sure what you mean by a "food equivalent" for it... If you mean a 'meat equivalent, there is none. And if you mean 'a substitute for' silken tofu, normal tofu will usually work if the recipe is savory. But don't use regular tofu as a replacement for silken in an ice-cream/mousse dessert; in this case there is no replacement for silken tofu.
No, tofu is made form soya beans and is therefore a vegtable product.
Yes, that's the best way to have it. when your done with what you need for now, put it in a freezable bowl and freeze it. when you take it out, defrost it and then warm it up and eat it.
Tofu is made of soy milk curdled with a coagulant such as seawater extract. It is then cut into blocks and pressed under a weight to get firm or extra firm tofu, except for soft tofu which is not pressed.
Yes, Tofu raw is vegan friendly. Tofu is made up of soybeans which most vegans will have no problem eating.
Tofu is a way of processing soy beans and is made all over the world. The first country to produce tofu was China.
Tofu is made from soy milk, boiled and curdled with a coagulant such as seawater or a seawater extract, and pressed into blocks, or sold unpressed for silken (soft) tofu.I think it's soy beans.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tofu Tofu is like cheese, but made from soy milk (which is made from soy beans). Tofu can also be made from almonds or black beans. Regular Soy Tofu doesn't have much flavor and can be purchased flavored or plain, and in different textures, like soft, medium and firm.
No, tofu is made from soya bean milk and is purely plant origin product.
Yes, Tofu is bean curd; is a food made by coagulating soy milk.