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Cooking Techniques

There are a few simple techniques that we'll walk you through so you can see how easy this great food is to prepare.

  1. Draining
  2. Freeze & Squeeze
  3. Cutting & Crumbling
  4. Marinating
  5. Cooking

Draining the tofu, or expelling the water from the bean curd is the most important step in the preparation process. Once you get a large portion of the water out of the curd it will absorb more of the flavor of the other foods you're cooking with. Here are some ways you can drain the tofu.

Open the package over a sink or large bowl so that you have a place to pour off the water.

If leaving the tofu block whole, you can place it on a plate and let the water drain off. You will need to put the plate on an incline by putting something underneath the plate to lift it off the counter. Then just put it next to the sink so it can drain off right into the sink. You'll need to let it drain for a minimum of 30 minutes.

Another option is to just place it in a colander and leave it in the sink to drain for a minimum of 30 minutes.

Another option is to first pour off the water, then wrap the tofu in a clean dishtowel and weigh it down with a plate. The towel will absorb most of the water within 30 minutes.

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