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tofu

A low-fat, high-protein, cheese-like food product made from coagulated soy milk, which has been used as a low-fat meat surrogate.
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tofu

A cheese-like soy product used as a low-fat meat surrogate. See Soy.
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tofu

(tō-foo′)
Soybean curd. It is a dietary source of proteins, isoflavones, and phytoestrogens.
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Some details like eating rice with Doufu is just narrated as a necessary part of the activity but has not been explained clearly why it is done this way.
Based on the analysis of the mural painting done by Chen Wenhua [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], (5) as well as his own in situ examination of the mural painting, Huang has concluded that it is an accurate representation of doufu production in the Han period.
(5) "Doufu qiyuan yu heshi?" [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], Nongye kaogu 1991.1: 245-48.