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30 Tofu healthy recipes

Tofu has gained popularity over the years especially as a vegetarian and vegan approved source of protein. Tofu is made by curdling soy milk and then pressing the resulting curds into soft, white blocks. The process of making tofu is relatively similar to the way that cheese is made from milk. Tofu nutrition is impressive, and that’s why many people assume it’s such a great health food. Per serving, it’s low in fat and calories yet high in protein, amino acids, iron, and calcium.
The negative part of this story is that soy is actually one of the most commonly genetically modified foods in the world, and tofu is made from soybeans, water, and a coagulant, or curdling agent. The vast majority of soy consumed in the U.S. comes from a highly processed form of soy. The soybeans have usually been genetically engineered, cracked, dehulled, crushed, and subjected to solvent extraction to separate their oils from the rest of the bean.
Having said that, here´s the link to the public notebook, where you´ll find the notes for all the recipes, which will allow you to work without distractions: just a pic, lists of ingredients and easy to follow instructions to get them done. Not an Evernote user yet? Create your account, here.
However, if you want to visit the original articles, this is the list.

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9 thoughts on “30 Tofu healthy recipes

  1. Organic soy is probably a solution… in any case I’d rather that than meat… quinoa is also very good!

    1. I think we have a problem since we have to make the difference between organic (real) food and whatever the big companies are selling 😊 If we read carefully the food labels, we might suffer a panic attack 😥
      Quinoa recipes are coming!! 👍

  2. Yeeeesssss 😀

    1. 😂😂😂 I knew you’d like this post 😂😂😂

      1. Of course I do! That week or so of depravation really made me appreciate it! ;P

      2. Hahaha! That week was valuable in many ways then 🤣

      3. Why yes it was! BTW, I have another challenge for you if you’re up for it?

  3. I don’t like the flavor of soy, but even if I would…because it is modified, no longer natural, I wouldn’t eat it either. 😉
    Hope you are enjoying a lovely Sunday, dear David. XxX

    1. If you don’t like it, that’s all 😉
      Finding it organic just take time on local farm markets, I guess 😁
      Wish you a wonderful Sunday as well!!
      Big hugs

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