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tempeh

(tĕm′pā)
A wheat-soybean- mold modified and fermented food used traditionally in Asia. The quality of protein in tempeh is close to that of casein.
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You can usually find tempeh in natural food stores, where it is kept frozen.
Incidentally, tempeh is a fermented soybean cake which facilitates digestion.
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Remove skillet from heat and cut tempeh crosswise into strips about 1/4
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Cut tempeh into 1 1/2-inch pieces and add to bag with marinade.
"Oftentimes, menus are entirely planned around what the WWC garden has to offer that week." The cafe's offerings include the Dakota, a vegan take on chicken salad sandwiches; Thai Carrot Ginger Soup, made with carrots grown on the campus farm; and Tempeh Reuben, soaked in a brine made from Dijon mustard, tamari, molasses, apple cider vinegar and other herbs and spices.
Recipes such as Hazelnut Scones, Chickpea and Rice Soup with a Little Kale, Tempeh Reuben, BBQ Pomegranate Tofu, Raspberry Blackout Cake with Ganache and much more offer bold, alluring, and inventive flavor combinations.
Consume whole soy foods like tofu, edamame, and tempeh each day to help reduce breast cancer.
The tempeh: marinated tempeh, wasabi mayo and wakame salad.