Tofu is a great plant-based protein and we want you to love it! In this post we’ll cover the basics of how to cook tofu: choosing the right tofu, prepping it well, and other tips for making it delicious!
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High protein vegan breakfast food can seem elusive. Fear not! We have a bunch of awesome high protein breakfast recipes for you to experiment with!
This sesame tofu from Vegan Under Pressure comes together in a flash, thanks to pressure cooker magic!
Did you know that Mister Rogers was a vegetarian? It’s true! He didn’t talk about it directly on the show, but in one episode on healthy eating, he shows off some very 80s meat alternatives.
“White” and “food” typically go together like “diabetes” and “obesity.” Steer clear of white foods if you want to avoid those unhealthy conditions. But, of course, white foods aren’t only processed flours and sugars. They can actually be pretty healthy for you. Are you eating these healthy white foods?
There’s a perception that tofu is a highly processed food, but is it really as bad as haters would have you believe?
I dedicate this recipe to my lovely mum, whose homemade chicken salad filled my dchildhood sandwiches — but who now eats vegan. Same wonderful flavor, same tasty lunch-box happiness… no chickens needed!
I admit it: I’m a tofiend! I also used to be a feta fiend, before I understood the scale and scope of the animal cruelty inherent in dairy production (and how weird it was for a grown mammal like me to be unweaned). Now tofu feta tops my list of salad staples! I finally standardized my tofeta technique, resulting from extensive and enthusiastic R-&-D activities. Enjoy!
There’s nothing like the taste of homemade tofu. Here’s how to make tofu and use the pulp left over from this tofu recipe to make delicious soysage!
Instead of heavy eggs and cream, this pumpkin pie uses silken tofu to get its creaminess. The beauty of tofu is that it takes on the flavors of the other ingredients, so when this pie is done you won’t even know it’s there!
A meat-replacement burger made from poop is probably the weirdest thing I have heard in a long time.
I used to eat a lot more tofu (and soy, in general) than I do today. I really don’t eat it that much these days. But I do love a hearty tofu-oriented dish from time to time.
While on holiday visiting my family in the States, my mom, with much secrecy and build-up, took me to a fully vegan bakery. When we pulled up, I had no idea where we were going. I have to admit, I was a bit skeptical…but wrongfully. This place was amazing! It’s called Vegan Treats and is […]