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Share the Wealth of Health Are you a follower of the grain? Have you been searching for health and happiness and found it? Still searching? Come share your experiences with other macro followers.

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Old 06-10-2007, 02:52 AM   #1
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TEMPEH


WHAT IT IS [not a town in Arizona]

An Indonesian staple made from partially cooked, fermented
soybeans that are pressed into cakes. Tempeh has a mild,nutty
taste and absorbs flavors well.


HOW IT'S USED

Cakes can be sliced or cubed, then marinated and baked,
grilled or deep-fried. You can also crumble tempeh for
chili or chop and shape into burgers.


GETTING STARTED

To soften tempeh and help it absorb flavors, steam or simmer
in a marinade, broth or sauce at least 15 minutes. Unopened
packages of tempeh can be refrigerated up to two weeks or
frozen up to three months.


LOOK FOR

Packaged blocks displayed with tofu in refrigerated sections.
Tempeh should have few or no black spots, which appear when
it is exposed to air. [You can still eat it with spots; the taste will
just be stronger.] Flavored tempeh - often fermented with wild
rice, vegetables or herbs - is delicious on sandwiches or in
recipes where the flavors complement the other ingredients.

Slice tempeh cakes on a bias for more flavor-absorbing surface areas.


Some wonderful recipes:

https://www.tempeh.info/recipes/recipes.php


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Hi! ojai22

I'm not sure, but I think Dawg posted something about tempeh a while back.
THANKS for the information.
You always post such helpful and interesting topics.
Have you written a book?
If you have, what's it called and where can we buy it?

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Yes, I had - but nothing like this.

Thanks for the info, ojai!

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Have you written a book?

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Not yet.....



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Hi ojai!

Not written a book yet? You should.
I think it would be a best seller.

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I often eat Tempeh, I love it. It's really healty!
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Hi everyone!

I think that I should start eating that. I have tried it a couple of times and really liked it.

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I found this post from long ago and checked the link. The recipes are still there.

Tempeh is fermented soy, so it's good to eat. Unfermented soy has something in it that is detrimental to health, but fermentation removes the offensive part.
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