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"Liquid Nigari"

Got it for Tofu making. Seems good quality and very convenient. Expensive if compare with Nigari flakes but a handy bottle for light Nigari user.

- Yuki

Liquid Nigari

SKU: 4502
Liquid Nigari
$17.99

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Used to coagulate soy milk to make tofu. 

  • 5 oz. Liquid Nigari; plastic bottle with built-in dropper. 
  • Includes a convenient snap-on attached cap which can be unscrewed. 
  • Each teaspoon of liquid nigari can coagulate one gallon of soy milk.
  • Click here for a recipe for making homemade tofu using liquid nigari.
  • Imported from Ishigaki Island, Okinawa, Japan.

 

Ingredients

  • Liquid Magnesium Chloride (a natural Japanese sea salt derivative)

Storage Information

Store in refrigerator.

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1 Reviews For "Liquid Nigari"

  1. Liquid Nigari

    by Yuki on 02 Mon,2014

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    Got it for Tofu making. Seems good quality and very convenient. Expensive if compare with Nigari flakes but a handy bottle for light Nigari user.

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Ingredients

  • Liquid Magnesium Chloride (a natural Japanese sea salt derivative)

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  • From Thomasa at 11/23/2011 12:50 PM
  • From paula at 4/9/2012 9:14 AM
    • mount of the liquid nigari? How many pounds of tofu will it make? Likewise, the nigari flakes and chinese gypsum: What is the package volume, and how many pounds' yield?
    • We don't have an exact measurement, but there is approximately 1/2 cup of liquid Nigari in the bottle. We are estimating that would make around 50 batches worth, using the recipe on our website. http://www.culturesforhealth.com/how-to -make-tofu For the flakes, there's around a cup of flakes (maybe a little more) in each bag. That would result in 25-50 batches, depending whether you are using the Terra Alba or Nigari.‚Äč
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