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Making tofu and cultured soy products at home doesn't have to be difficult. You can learn to make homemade tofu and cultured soy products with the wide selection of articles and recipes from our Cultures for Health team and other Real Food pros!
Whether you're looking to make tofu, tempeh, natto or another cultured soy food, we have the resources you need to be successful! Browse our expert advice below and remember...you can do this!
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Learn to make soy-free tempeh made from chickpeas with this step-by-step homemade tempeh recipe.
Add something different to your tempeh by combining the traditional soybeans with some nutritious grains.
Learn to make oncom, a traditional fermented Indonesian food made with soybeans.
What is Natto? Find out more about this traditional Japanese cultured soy bean product.
Incubating tempeh is a crucial step for making tempeh at home. Learn how to incubate tempeh with this list of methods for tempeh incubation.
Tempeh is a versatile cultured food. For your next get-together, try a large platter of tempeh with a variety of cultured dips to please even picky eaters.
Considering making homemade tempeh? Learn answers to common tempeh questions and get started making tempeh at home.
Learn how to make tofu at home with our easy-to-follow homemade tofu instructions. We also offer other simple tips & information for making tofu at home.
What we are now finding is that Asian cultures actually consumed a lot of fermented soy, which has drastically different properties than non-fermented soy.
Learn different methods for hulling soybeans to prepare them for culturing your favorite cultured foods.
Learn to make nutrient dense natto at home with this easy to follow instructions and recipe.
Learn to make Mugi Miso at home with our easy recipe and instructions.