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Old 05-28-2012, 04:29 PM   #1
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Smoked Protein with Zero Cholesterol

I am sure you all know Tofu is rich in minerals and antitoxins, high in protein, low in calories and all this without cholesterol.

Smoking Tofu using the A-MAZ-Smoker Tube in my pit


Tofu


I have been smoking Tofu and use it in soups and stews to give that nice hint of smokiness we all love and here it is in a Far Eastern veggie soup.


I say, give your arteries a break and try it.

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Sorry I forgot to add some if the normal ingredients I use in the soup. It is some of this and some of that.
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Well it sounds good,but I am too old school I guess.
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I'd try a bowl of dat........
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The smoked tofu I have used before has been smoked until brown and dried alot more. How long do you smoke yours for? I think I would def. prefer yours in a soup or lighter fair. I will try this next time I fire up the smoker. Got any other ideas to use it in?

I bet it would work good on a pizza to replace some of the cheese!
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The bottle in between the sesame oil and chili sauce...what is that? And the jar near the end with the small jar om top, I can't make those out either. Thanks!
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I want the cookies to the left!
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The smoked tofu I have used before has been smoked until brown and dried alot more. How long do you smoke yours for? I think I would def. prefer yours in a soup or lighter fair. I will try this next time I fire up the smoker. Got any other ideas to use it in?

I bet it would work good on a pizza to replace some of the cheese!
I believe you are referring to hot smoke tofu the one in the soup is cold smoke.
When I hot smoke tofu it gets, as you said, brown and dried.
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The bottle in between the sesame oil and chili sauce...what is that? And the jar near the end with the small jar om top, I can't make those out either. Thanks!
Minute Miso and ginger. Now let me say this every time I make this type of soup it is different.
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Minute Miso and ginger. Now let me say this every time I make this type of soup it is different.
That's okay, It will be different when I make it, too! Just didn't want to miss any flavor idea. Looks perfect for a Bento meal.
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