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Morinaga Tofu Prize Pack Review

Morinaga TofuMorinaga Tofu Review
Gifted by: Morinaga
www.morinu.com
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor, FaveHealthyRecipes.com

 

Not all tofu is created equal. Morinaga Tofu and their brand of Mori-Nu Silken Tofu has something for every tofu lover. Their line of tofu includes: soft, firm, extra firm, lite firm, organic firm, and organic nigari, a Japanese style. All of these varieties are gluten free, non-dairy, non-GMO, and they don't use preservatives, making them even better for you to eat.

 

I love that you don't need to store the tofu in the fridge and take up valuable space. The special packaging ensures the tofu is safe to eat. Not needed to refrigerate the tofu means you can take it to work, school, or even on a camping trip.

 

Each type of tofu is good for different recipes and preparations. One of my favorites was the nigari tofu. I fried the tofu in canola oil until it was golden brown, cut it up, and ate it in a stir fry with soy sauce, broccoli, onion, red and green pepper, rice, and carrots. The texture was really soft and tender. The flavor after cooking was somewhat warm and nutty; definitely not bland like what people tend to expect from tofu!  

 

The soft tofu is great for baking vegan and vegetarian sweets. People will never believe there is tofu in your cheesecake recipe! The firm tofu varieties are great for a stir-fry, soup, or salad. 

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