This Can't Be Tofu!: 75 Recipes to Cook Something You Never Thought You Would--and Love Every Bite

This Can't Be Tofu!: 75 Recipes to Cook Something You Never Thought You Would--and Love Every Bite

One taste and you'll say, "This can't be tofu!" But it is.... Nutritionists, doctors, and food authorities everywhere are telling us to eat more tofu. It's an excellent source of high-quality protein and calcium. It contains no cholesterol and is very low in calories and saturated fat. So why don't we eat more tofu? Because for too long tofu has been used as a substitute f One taste and you'll say, "This can't be tofu!" But it is.... Nutritionists, doctors, and food authorities everyw...

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Title:This Can't Be Tofu!: 75 Recipes to Cook Something You Never Thought You Would--and Love Every Bite
Author:Deborah Madison
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Genres:Food and Drink
ISBN:This Can't Be Tofu!: 75 Recipes to Cook Something You Never Thought You Would--and Love Every Bite
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:132 pages pages

This Can't Be Tofu!: 75 Recipes to Cook Something You Never Thought You Would--and Love Every Bite Reviews

  • tamara
    Apr 25, 2007

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • penny shima glanz
    Feb 12, 2009

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

  • Elizabeth
    Jul 29, 2007

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

  • Cherie
    Mar 11, 2010

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

  • Crystal
    Apr 11, 2012

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

  • Crystal
    Dec 15, 2008

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

  • Kate W
    Sep 05, 2008

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

  • Darcy
    Sep 16, 2007

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • Kathrynn
    Feb 13, 2009

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

  • Roniq
    Jan 20, 2008

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

  • Jennifer
    Oct 03, 2008

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

  • Nikii
    Aug 07, 2008

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

  • Jim
    Mar 17, 2012

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

  • Laura
    Jan 21, 2009

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

  • Renee Wallace
    May 25, 2011

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

  • Jules
    Sep 30, 2009

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

  • Jude
    May 26, 2014

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • Leyla
    Jul 15, 2010

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • Catherine Woodman
    Jul 29, 2011

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

  • Loraine
    Apr 21, 2014

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

  • Tony
    Apr 09, 2012

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

  • Lisa Headings
    Mar 15, 2013

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

  • Jean
    May 10, 2013

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • Tuscany Bernier
    Jan 01, 2016

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

  • Sally
    Mar 12, 2014

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • Clara M. Stepanian
    Nov 23, 2014

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • Jonathon Akers
    Aug 31, 2016

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • FREIDA E MCGAN
    Apr 17, 2017

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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  • Joel
    Dec 25, 2017

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

  • Sofia
    Jun 21, 2018

    Bought this because it has a lot of basic information on selecting, handling and cooking tofu. A neat little cookbook filled with tips on how to cook tofu, sauces, seasonings, noodles, oil to use, fry, grill, bake, blend (smoothie). Neat book, but I wish it had a few pictures. Trie...

    seems like a good book but a little overkill for me given I have books with 5 pages of Tofu recipes (which is enough) Not in the book but a good recipe: http://blogs.menshealth.com/guy-gourm... ...

    A lot of the recipes in this book sound intriguing, but since there are ZERO photos, it's really hard to work up an appetite for any of them. I'm just hoping the great folks at Recipezaar.com have made the ones I'm most interested in and posted photos with their reviews... ...

    Great standard recipes. ...

    I think this is a book best for those who have never tried to cook with tofu. I?ve been eating tofu this side of forever (thanks to a milk allergy as an infant) and remember when mum first bought it and I had this slice of firm-ish white stuff in the mid-80?s when it first came to ...

    It is refreshing to read a cookbook, and have it FULL of recipes I could safely make for myself--AND enjoy. I'm not necessarily a huge tofu fan, and I'm not sure this really expands my repertoire a lot. It seems like a lot of refining on the same theme, mostly Asian. But the recipes do...

    I was new to the world of tofu, but not to cooking, when I picked up this book about a month ago; I now use tofu, and this book, every day. The best recipe in the collection, in my opinion, is the Bachelor Sandwich, but there are many others. For the reviewer who deplores the lack of "...

    I've always liked tofu, but this cookbook is full of recipes for people who don't usually like tofu. She somehow manages to do miraculous things with it that please most people willing to eat your experiments. As a general cookbook, it isn't going to get you very far. As a specialty ...

    I've owned this book for years and have always loved it. Everybody understands the power of tofu in a vegetarian diet but most people do not know how to make it. This explains tofu preparation in a basic way while exposing the reader to new ideas. I've always disliked that it doesn't h...

    The title is silly, but I can ignore that because it's a great cookbook. It's by Deborah Madison, who is always wonderful. This week I made the tofu estouffe, (which was actually called "cheese, chile, and hot pepper tofu"). It was fantastic. ...

    This was a terrible book. The author was condescending, the recipe completely unimaginative, and I am unhappy I spent money on it. There is some good info for people who have never eaten tofu, but it is so condescending as to be nauseating to read. Really, it should get no stars....

    Totally awesome! We love this cookbook--Madison has created some very scrumptious recipes for tofu! ...

    Excellent recipes for tofu . . . all in one place. As always, Deborah Madison's recipes are creative, tasty, and easy to follow. ...

    B- I LOVE tofu but these recipes?they weren't that original. So many required tons of different ingredients or were really spicy (not my thing) but some interesting things. ...

    Was very disappointed by this, as I'm a big fan of "Veg cooking for everyone." Oh well, that's the way the tofu crumbles. ...

    The smoothies are really good in this book, especially the date shake. ...

    Tons of fun stuff to do with TOFU.... ...

    I got this out of the library, and need to get a copy and start cooking more like this--maybe after Abe leaves home ...

    This is a surprisingly good little cookbook. I've found a few great ways to prepare tofu, and every recipe has turned out really well. ...

    Good variety of recipes in here. It's a great book for people who get stuck in the "stir fry" mode of using tofu and want to branch out and use it in other applications. ...

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