8 April 2019 Dinner


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Very nice but you ruined the meal mostly with the soy sauce. That is probably all you taste. You grew all dat from scratch? Good job
 
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True. The lentils absorb whatever it is associated with when cooking. Usually I eat the tempeh as is without cooking or adulterating it in any way. I seldom use condiments.
 
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I do not understand tempeh or tofu. My wife actually likes tofu. I'd probably rather go hungry.

That said, I applaud your culinary ability and skills at preservation. I enjoy reading your posts. Just don't usually have anything helpful to add (just like this post... Totally unhelpful )
 
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Looks good! I've been wanting to try making tempeh for a while using my instant pot, but I've never had tempeh before and want to try it so know what it's suppose to look and taste like. Sadly I haven't seen it in the stores I shop regularly! Need to venture to my ethnic grocery stores I think... Did you get your tempeh starter online?
 
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Tofu is tempeh with a lot of nutrients removed. I use to make it. Dead simple but nutrition wise it is a disaster. Tempeh is touted have all human proteins. Similar to NATTO but easier to make and more palatable. Gets one away from animal food to some degree.
 
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Ah, that's kinda spendy for me. I'll have to see if I can find a smaller quantity to start off. I did make natto successfully in the instant pot, except my soybeans were a little larger than regular natto but it tasted fine. I enjoy natto and tofu so I'm sure I'll enjoy tempeh. Thanks for sharing!
 
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It is possible to make the tempeh starter. I did it for awhile but was not reliable. I bought four packages from Cultures for Life, but with shipping it was too expensive.
 

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