The Chamaeleon of Vegan Foods

It’s Easy Being Vegan Step-by-Step

It's Easy Being VeganStep 18: Try Tofu (Again)

I often hear non-vegans say they don’t like tofu. It may be an acquired taste, but I also believe that the way it’s cooked matters a great deal. I love plain extra-firm tofu right out of the package. I’m weird like that. I know most people don’t. Probably the most common way tofu is eaten or seen by non-vegans is at Asian restaurants, and typically stir-fried. I suggest trying baked seasoned tofu. It has firmer texture.

Tofu doesn’t have much flavor on its own but it easily soaks up the flavor of seasonings to make it taste like whatever you want. It’s a great food to experiment with. Give it another try if you haven’t liked it in the past.

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