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Old 12-07-2022, 10:10 PM
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-Not the biggest fan of tofu but I have a ton of organic no gmo right now frozen because my friend was going to throw it away
That's a great post and I eat virtually everything you mentioned in your post.

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As for tofu, I'm not a big fan of that either ... but I love tempeh which is a reasonable soy equivalent.
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Old 13-07-2022, 02:52 PM
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Tofu takes a lot of time, to get the water out. You need to have patience. Correct me if I'm wrong and it can be prepared quickly.
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Old 14-07-2022, 12:56 PM
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Tofu takes a lot of time, to get the water out. You need to have patience. Correct me if I'm wrong and it can be prepared quickly.
I would love an answer to your question as well since that is the main reason that I do not have tofu at home ... preparation time ... though I do have tofu when I take-out meals during the pandemic (since I have not yet resumed indoor dining ).
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Tofu takes a lot of time, to get the water out. You need to have patience. Correct me if I'm wrong and it can be prepared quickly.

It can be prepared quickly if you don't mind sort of soggy tofu
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Old 17-08-2022, 09:19 AM
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Soggy tofu? I only buy firm...I have no problem.
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Old 17-08-2022, 02:38 PM
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I buy firm as well but if you don't press it it's still gonna have water in it I think
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Old 18-08-2022, 04:25 AM
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I have frozen tofu and then when it thaws it has a whole different texture. You can also press out a lot of the water. It almost feels like a sponge. I tear it apart and add it to spaghetti sauce.

Tempeh also has a lovely texture to it, with out all the water.

And there are thes cute itty bitty white mushrooms that are packed full of protein, if I remember right. We get them by the bundle at the Asian market in the big, big city.

Oh, I forgot, there is also TVP (dried, textured vegetable protein) it is dehydrated and is good for camping and makes yummy “sloppy joes”.
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Old 18-08-2022, 06:16 AM
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Red lentil dhal. It's good.
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Old 19-08-2022, 11:41 AM
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Red lentil dhal. It's good.

I just ordered some red lentil pasta from Amazon as lentils are a great source of protein for vegetarians (like me) and vegans. I also love my Tabatchinick low-sodium tuscany lentil soup.
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