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January 09, 2012


"Tasty Tofu". Isn't that an oxymoron? I always thought that Tofu had no taste at all. Now I am going to have to pick up some Tofu and put my assumption to the test.

Willie R, tofu can be tasty! Just not all by itself. It needs a sauce, marinade, something additional. Last night's tofu had a sort of sweet and sour sauce.

The tofu had been oven-baked, so the saucy tofu was firm, kind of crispy, and pleasantly "toasted." Even a confirmed meat eater might have liked it, though I admit that tofu takes some getting used to by carnivores.

I've been eating tofu since my college days, over forty years, so I'm thoroughly tofu'ized.

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