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The Soy Works's tofu

Soy Tofu, Southern Style

soy works tofu big The first thing that comes to mind when we say Tofu probably isn't Motueka, but maybe it should be. The Soy Works has been making soy bean derived products in their Motueka kitchen for almost 25 years. And that's enough time to get seriously good at making them.

The best part is that these products are made from entirely New Zealand grown soy beans. The Soy Works was the first company in New Zealand to do this, and their other products (which are equally good) have the same chops – entirely New Zealand sourced.

Tofu is a real joy, and is something that every kitchen pantry needs if you are a vegetarian, or even if you’re not. It’s high in protein, low in fat and gluten free. Keep it in the fridge or in your freezer. Tofu can be grilled, fried, steamed, scrambled, barbecued, crumbed, grated, and blended into an amazing variety of dishes, it works brilliantly in salads, and as a meat replacement or addition in everything from sandwiches and soups to stir fry or lasagne or even ice-cream. We recommend you use tofu first and foremost, and secondly - give this tofu a shot.
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