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Performance and convenience are two huge steps in the right direction, but tofu remains a marginal product in the United States.
Because of its high protein content, tofu makes an excellent replacement for meat in vegetarian dishes and because it is dairy-free, it can be used as a substitute for milk, cheese and butter.
Brand manager Alison Burnside said tofu was dairy free, rich in protein, iron and calcium and low in saturated fat and calories and made an excellent replacement for meat.
Paul Nicholson, a former Eugene city councilor and owner of Paul's Bicycle Way of Life in Eugene, has been running the tofu ad spoof every March for about 10 years now.
7% of those who ate tofu more than four times/week.
In case you haven't heard, according to scientific studies, tofu can prevent or fight a number of cancers, heart disease, strokes, osteoporosis and kidney disease.
Schaefer and Love (1992) compared tofu from `Amsoy-71' and `Vinton' or `Vinton-81' soybean grown in different environments.
Tofu is a soft food made by curdling the milk-like liquid from soybeans with a coagulant, often calcium sulfate.
As a relatively new product here that developed from a cottage industry, tofu has had some growing pains.
Tofu, born 10 centuries ago in China, is high in protein and low in calories, cholesterol, sodium and Fat.
but two alternatives that might warrant consideration include tofu and lime-treated corn tortillas, according to new animal research at the University of Illinois in Urbana-champaign.
Sofritas, shredded tofu braised with chipotle chilis, roasted poblanos and a blend of aromatic spices, is made with organic, non-GMO tofu from Oakland's Hodo Soy.