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    Fresh "home made" tofu and Okara

    CHRISSYG
    Tue May 21, 2013 1:00 pm
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    I have some home made tofu (I"m lucky enough to have an Assi asian market in my town)
    it was still warm when I bought it. we ate about half the block, and it came with a bag of Okara (the soy pulp)

    I bought the tofu because the sample in the store was so tasty (I always thought I hated anyhting other than silken tofu) I don't want it or the Okara to go to waste

    I could "google" recipes for how to use the Okara, but I was wondering if anyone here had their own recipes or ideas

    Thanks in advance
    Rinshinomori
    Tue May 21, 2013 7:52 pm
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    Hi CHRISSYG. Would you be interested in very authentic Japanese use of okara? It's called uno hana. Or would you be interested in using for baking?

    Basically you can add okara to many things to boost the protein content. Even in things like curry, meatballs, hamburgers, etc.

    Okara can be frozen easily too so if you want to keep for other times, it is easily frozen and will not degrade in frozen state.
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