Vegan spinach dip, creme brulee & butter tarts recipes.

Tofu (also known as Bean Curd) is made by coagulating soy milk, then pressing the curds into soft white blocks. Tofu on its own has very little flavor, so it can be used in a variety of dishes, both sweet and savory. Tofu is low in calories and high in protein. It is also a good source of iron and is cholesterol free.

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7 Responses to “All About Tofu Part 1 (vegan spinach dip, creme brulee & butter tarts)”

  1. Melissa Richter

    26. Oct, 2010

    Awesome recipes Claire, we will definitely be trying them, Michael has spoken very highly of your vegan dishes, especially the cheese cake one, the best of luck to you, and i’m sure we will be seeing you on the Ellen Degeneres show sometime soon.
    The Richter family.

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  2. Gaynelle

    26. Oct, 2010

    Hi there :D Is it OK that I go a bit off topic? I am trying to read your site on my new iPhone but it doesn’t display properly, do you have any suggestions? Thanks in advance! Gaynelle x :)

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    • admin

      26. Oct, 2010

      The videos are on youtube so I might suggest using the youtube app on the iphone and search the username cooking4carnivores :)

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  3. Claire Gosse

    27. Oct, 2010

    Thanks Melissa. I will definitely be doing a video of the cheesecake:) I hope you are all well.

    All the best.
    Claire

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  4. Breanna Fogg

    03. Nov, 2010

    Thank You for what you do. I appreciate it!

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  5. Jacquie

    03. Nov, 2010

    Here’s the thing about tofu. Not to be a bummer but it’s all genetically modified stuff unless you get organic. I suggest that if you plan to use tofu or any soy you read up on genetically modified foods and how to steer clear. They are evil and what’s the point of eating a healthy vegan diet if you are being spoon fed frankenfoods like soy? Sorry for that. My point is to share my knowledge only. Great blog.

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    • admin

      07. Nov, 2010

      Jacquie

      Thanks for your comment.

      Being Vegan isn’t always about health :)

      In Claires case, she is vegan because she doesn’t believe in killing animals for food. Taste is more important to her when entertaining.

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