Tofu & Cultured Soy Recipes

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  • Kimchi Natto

    Kimchi Natto

    This is an odd-sounding but delicious treat you can enjoy over toast, rice, or pasta!

  • Kimchi with Miso

    Kimchi with Miso

    Try this traditional version of kimchi. Make it super spicy with more peppers or milder, according to your taste preference. Either way, it's delicious!

  • Homemade Chickpea Tempeh

    Homemade Chickpea Tempeh

    Learn to make soy-free tempeh made from chickpeas with this step-by-step homemade tempeh recipe.

  • Chickpea Miso

    Chickpea Miso

    Enjoy soups, marinades and traditional miso sauces without the soy! Chickpeas and brown rice koji give this miso a sweet, nutty flavor.

  • Mixed-Grain Tempeh

    Mixed-Grain Tempeh

    Add something different to your tempeh by combining the traditional soybeans with some nutritious grains.

  • Tempeh Serving Ideas

    Tempeh Serving Ideas

    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.

  • Homemade Tofu

    Homemade Tofu

    Learn how to make tofu at home with our easy-to-follow homemade tofu instructions. We offer everything you need and more in this post.

  • Homemade Natto

    Homemade Natto

    Learn to make nutrient dense natto at home with this easy to follow instructions and recipe.

  • Homemade Mugi Miso

    Homemade Mugi Miso

    Learn to make Mugi Miso at home with our easy recipe and instructions.

  • Homemade Tempeh

    Homemade Tempeh

    Tempeh is a traditional Indonesian food made by fermenting soybeans with a starter culture. Learn to make Tempeh with this easy homemade tempeh recipe.

  • Fermented Rice | Tapai (Tape)

    Fermented Rice | Tapai (Tape)

    Learn to make traditional Indonesian Tapai (Tape) a type of fermented rice; easy recipe, instructions and starter cultures

  • Simple Kimchi

    Simple Kimchi

    This recipe for kimchi is simple and can be made with ingredients you can find at the farmer’s market, or maybe even your own garden.