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Tofu and other cultured soy products like tempeh are deceivingly simple to make at home. With a little patience, you can control the ingredients, texture, and flavor of your cultured soy projects to create nutritious food that is customized for your family.
Enjoy the breadth of flavors from traditional Asian dishes like homemade miso soup, kimchi natoo, tempeh Thai curry, and shio koji.
Explore our tofu and cultured soy recipes below, and remember: you can do this!
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Who would guess broccoli and oranges could taste so good together? Add in some freshly-made tempeh and whether you are a vegetarian or not, this is a dish you’ll want make over and over.
Shio Koji is a simple ferment that is wonderful to have on hand. Use it in place of salt in sauces and dressings, or add to marinades."
The flavors of sweet, salty, sour and a bit of spice combine to make this a dish that will soon become a family favorite!
This is a healthier version of the high-fat, high-calorie French delicacy and very delicious.
This is a tasty soy-based alternative to egg salad.
Shio Koji makes a quick and easy marinade for meat. Try it grilled, broiled, or in this simple pan-fried version.
Miso soup is a gentle way to start the day or begin a meal. The broth is a simple base that can be served as-is or with added vegetables and protein, for a hearty meal.
Try this lovely milder alternative to soybean natto. The beautiful color of adzuki beans makes the dish pleasing to the eye as well as the palate.
Use your own homemade tempeh to make this delightful and nutritious dinner.
While tofu itself is not a cultured product, you can ferment it to make stinky tofu. Don't let the name fool you, this stuff is amazing!
Add an umami tang to red onions with this miso onion recipe. Great as a cultured condiment with nearly any food!