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Tofu has a distinct smell, and a taste, but humans just can't smell it properly.Tofu is not supposed to be delicious by itself, it's what you add to it that makes it good.YES

Tofu should have form and be mostly odorless. If there is a strange smell, the tofu is crumbling or curdled, it is not safe to eat.

chilled tofu is...tofu is like a white square made of something its just when regular tofu is cold.

Yes, tofu is edible. Tofu is a substitute for meat, in case vegetarians would like something that tastes like meat, without really eating it. Personally, I would prefer a Boca Burger to a tofu burger, but that's just me. Anyway, tofu is edible.

i don't think that tofu even existed in his time

Tofu has the protein that is necessary for people, but doesn't have fat like meat does.

Tofu needs to contain tofu to be tofu. So yes, tofu contains tofu. Tofu is made from soybeans.

Tofu is extremely bland, even freshly made tofu. It tastes a bit like calcium and magnesium if those have a taste, with hints of soy milk if it is really fresh. It doesn't improve much after cooking, as the broth does not penetrate tofu. Fried tofu tastes more like the oil that fried it than something special.

There is no chemical formula for tofu. It is not a compound. It is a mixture, like raisin bran, or milk.

Tofu is a cheese like material, instead of making it from milk, it is made from soya milk.

Tofu tastes different for everyone. You can like it right away.. or.. hate it right away. However, in some cases, it is that the taste of tofu is acquired... like tea, coffee or dark chocolate. **** Tofu can be made into TONS of different things! so if you dont like it one way you try it, make it some how diefferent! tofu raw, has almost no you can flavor it, texture it, and cook it anyway you want, making it just the way you love it!!!

Assume that 'melt' here is in the same sense that cheese melt, no, Tofu does not melt. This is because cheese contain casein which cause the soft, stringly sticky character of melted cheese and Tofu does not. This may also be because of the heat damage caused in the tofu making process. Cheese made from cooked milk ( like Ricotta cheese) are crumbly and will not melt just like Tofu which is made from cooked soy. The closest thing you can get to a 'melted' tofu is finely mashed tofu with nutrition yeast.

No, you probably can not order it in restaurants, heck it's rare to do that in America. I don't believe Canada illegalized tofu. Nothing wrong with tofu, except I like meat.

Tofu itself,a cheese like substance made up of curd and soybean milk(curd-thayir) 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.

Yes, people can eat tofu raw it's just like eating raw beans.

To a chicken farmer they smell like money.To a gardener they smell like fertile soil.To another chicken they smell like family.To a predator they smell like food.

At One's it like about $20.00.

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

They smell like the ocean unless they are dead then they smell like sushi!

Uncurdled tofu, or soft or silken tofu, is usually made using seawater as a softer coagulant, directly in the container or plastic bag used for selling it. It is still curdled, but to a much lesser extent than other traditional tofu. This tofu is not drained and therefore retains all its water, making it almost like a light custard rather than the firmer tofu from which water has been partly extracted by pressure.

No, tofu is a bean product

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