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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.

tofu

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

tofu

(tō-foo′)
Soybean curd. It is a dietary source of proteins, isoflavones, and phytoestrogens.
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When the analysis failed to find any neuroprotective effect of tofu, the researchers faced a new question: "Is it possible that isoflavone phytoestrogens, widely viewed as key health-promoting constituents of soy foods, might have an adverse influence on brain aging?
Along with the tofu, the author has incorporated other healthy features into her recipes such as reducing fat and introducing whole grains.
The seed from four replications from each location were bulked for soymilk and tofu preparation.
Firm is best for stir-frying with spices or grilling--or in any dish where you want the tofu to keep its shape.
Initially, when tofu was made and sold within 24 to 48 hours in store-front operations, no one was greatly concerned about perishability.
While tofu is a staple of Asian and vegetarian diets, Kyoto plans to publicize the ways meat-eating Americans can use it in dishes with which they're more familiar.
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I learned how to make steamed banana wraps, their classic tofu salad with chickpea flour, lemongrass juice, and a Karen pumpkin curry.
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