What Is Tofu Made Of?

I was wondering what the ingredients are in tofu. Does it have any animal by-products? What is it made of?

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    Tofu is made of soybeans. It is a soft cheese-like food that is popular in Asia. Tofu can be bought in different consistencies, such as silken, soft, firm, and extra-firm. It has a bland taste and absorbs the flavors of the dishes it is cooked with.

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    Tofu is made of soybeans which have been processed to remove the oil. The beans are then ground into a pulp and soaked in water. A coagulant is added to the mixture to cause the proteins to solidify. The solids are strained away and the liquid left behind is tofu.

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    Tofu is made of soybeans and water. It can be prepared in various ways and used in many dishes, either alone or mixed with other ingredients.

    You can use tofu as a meat substitute or a protein source. The best thing about tofu is that it is not only nutritious but it is also versatile and easy to prepare.

    The main problem about tofu is that some people think that they can eat it without cooking it. If you do that, you’ll lose a lot of nutrients out of the tofu.

    You should cook your tofu before eating it. If you don’t, you will just get a dry and hard piece of tofu. The good news is that if you cook it, it becomes soft and tender. And you can even eat it cold.

    There are various ways to prepare your tofu. You can marinate it, bake it, stir-fry it, and even steam it.

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    Tofu is a food made from soybeans, although it is not made from beans as some think. It is actually made from the soybean sprout – a young soybean seed that has not yet developed fully. So, in a way, tofu is a plant product.

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