When my daughter was a baby and was starting to eat solid foods, she would mostly only eat fruit and other low-calorie foods. Not wanting to give her dairy, eggs, or meat, I was looking for a nutritious food with significant calories, fat, and protein that would be soft enough for a little one without all her teeth, and so yummy that she’d eat it without fail (beans were hit and miss). I decided to try tofu for the first time. Even though I’d been mostly vegetarian for nearly a decade, I had always been too intimidated (and kind of grossed out!) to try making. There were a lot of barriers. My husband believed tofu messes up our hormones and we’ve talked and researched for hours about whether to eat it and feed it to our children. I also had no idea how to prepare it.
I had to do lots of research my first time trying tofu. Now, you don’t have to!
Maybe you want more protein or variety on a plant-based diet and are curious about tofu. But you have questions!
Doesn’t it cause hormone imbalance? Or it’s bad for your thyroid? Can you eat too much? Should anyone avoid it?
Does it go bad? What do all the different varieties mean? How do you make it meaty and not mushy? Do you have to press it? How to make it go from flavorless to flavor-packed?
Along with the answers to these questions and more, you’ll also get 13 exclusive mouth-watering I-can’t-believe-it’s-vegan recipes. Four of them include cooking demonstration videos so you can see exactly how to make them.
For the price of an entree at a restaurant ($14.99 this week, $19.99 after September 7th), you can have training wheels for your first time trying tofu so you speed right along with confidence and enjoy even more delicious variety in your plant-based meals.
What You’ll Get
- 10 short videos succintly answering all your questions about tofu (because who wants to devote hours just learning about tofu?! I don’t ramble and waste your time!) and even the ability to double-speed them
- 13 delicious tofu recipes (and links to many more recommended recipes across the internet)
- List of what brands of tofu I like, what tofu press I use, and additional helpful resources.
- Transcripts of the videos, if you’re more of a reader than a watcher.
- References backing up all my info.
What questions you’ll get answered
What is tofu and how is it made?
Why would I want to eat it?
Does soy cause hormone imbalance?
What’s up with the estrogen?
Does soy lower testerone in men?
Is it bad for your thyroid?
Should anyone avoid soy?
Is soy inflammatory?
Is ALL soy good? Can you eat too much?
Where do I find it?
How to prepare it?
Does it go bad?
What are all the different kinds?
Tempeh vs tofu?
How do I make Tofu Taste Awesome?