Make tofu taste better !3 Hacks To Make Tofu Taste Better! Get the recipes:

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Make tofu taste better 😍!

3 Hacks To Make Tofu Taste Better!
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25 comments

  1. Nicole Marie Kahoon said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    I eat meat but you know what? I like tofu. We pound out meat to tenderize, we marinade meat to enhance taste, so the comments saying “if you have to go through that much effort to make it taste better it’s a waste.” are hypocritical and tired at best. 🤷🏻‍♀️

  2. Lori Chaffin said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Homemade Tofu is the only healthy option.
    All commercial Tofu you buy at the store are chemically treated with Hexane to strip out the proteins.
    Hexane has a direct link to cancer and brain disorders.
    So please learn to make your own.

  3. Robert Moyer said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    I try it every once in a while. Some of these remarks are unnecessary. Learn to respect others tastes. I do like it in hot and sour soup or miso soup. I’d like to try some of these methods tho. Thanks Tasty for for sharing this.

  4. Kaleb Greissl said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    The best tofu hack is probably not trying to use it as a meat replacement, and instead cook with it intentionally. mabo tofu, goya champuru, agedashi tofu…all delicious and meant to made with it!

  5. Sasha Williams said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Why leave a nasty comment on here? If you don’t like tofu, move on and leave the rest of us that do alone. We’re not mocking you for eating dead animals so why mock us? Sheeesh.

  6. Andy Klein said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Step 1 – Place entire mass of tofu in plastic bag.
    Step 2 – Suspend tofu bag dramatically above open refuse container.
    Step 3 – Glare at the tofu with obvious, silent disdain for no less than 15 uninterrupted seconds.
    Step 4 – Say in a low but clear voice, “I wouldn’t use you to wipe my ass even if I could. I hate you that much.”
    Step 5 – Release bag into refuse container.

  7. Elizabeth Keys said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    I understand if you don’t want to eat meat, that’s totally awesome. But please eat something that doesn’t taste horrible. For starting vegetarians, quite a few think “oh, I need to eat tofu and salads.” But there is so much delicious food for vegetarians! Tofu is freaking nasty.

  8. Sadie Wyman said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    The only thing you have to do to make tofu better….

    Step one; throw it in the trash.
    Step two; Grill up a steak, medium rare!

    🤗

  9. Meagan Nystuen said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Good job recycling the same tired joke everybody. 🤦🏻‍♀️

    I’m looking forward to trying these all out – I like tofu 🤷🏻‍♀️

  10. Cassy Catastrophic said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    I feel like I’m the only person who actually likes tofu. It’s so soft, I like to throw it into soups, rice, stir fry, etc. It is very cheap here, only 1$ where chicken breasts is pushing 10$+ 🤷🏼‍♀️

  11. Melanie Dickens Sharp said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    I guess I’m in the minority that genuinely likes tofu (and no, I’m not a vegetarian). My recommendation is to slice thin and dry fry prior to marinating. Gives it a different texture.

  12. Candice Evert said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    When you have to have a cooking video on how to make something taste better, then you know it’s better to eat that piece of steak.

  13. Leah Riggins said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Or don’t eat tofu since it is a big block of hormone disrupting nastiness. Seriously….it’s so bad for your health. Eat real food

  14. Curtis Scott said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    If I wanted to see posts from “Tasty Vegetarian” I probably woulda “liked” their page……throw that shit out, man up, and grill a f’n steak!

  15. Adam Doyle said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    when ever making a tofu scramble (or else trying to get an eggy appearance/taste) always add a bit of yellow mustard, the color will be improved and the mustard will help add a slight sulpher taste that eggs have.

  16. AnnMarie Candelaria said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Throw it in the trash! Soy is bad for you, and despite what Vegans will tell you, is NOT better for you than meat.

  17. Natasha Benua said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    If you want to make tofu taste better, pre-heat the oven to 200C.
    Cut skinless pork loin joint to 2cm thick chops. Season both sides (salt, pepper, garlic granules etc.). Add a couple tbsps of olive oil on a PIPING HOT skillet, put chops in and add 1 tbsp of butter (unsalted). Fry chops for 2 min each side then fry the fatty edge for a minute or so and place chops on a baking tray with a metal rack on it. Roast for 6 minutes, then switch off the oven and keep pork in for 4 more minutes. And then… bury tofu in your backyard…

  18. Melinda Rainwater said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Step one: toss it in the trash.
    Step two: clap hands as you brush them together as if to say done with that mess
    Step three: skip to the meat store and buy a steak lol

  19. Christian St John said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    I add coconut oil to my tofu it goes down the garbage disposal much easier

  20. Danny Burns said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    I find replacing it with steak/chicken makes it taste much better.

  21. Jeff O'Donnell said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    How to make your Tofu taste better: don’t eat Tofu.

  22. Tim Boyden said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Throw it away and by something that tastes way better is also a great solution! 🙂

  23. Tracy Tin said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    Even if it was wrapped in bacon it would still taste like an old sponge. 🤮🤮🤮

  24. Cristina De Alba said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    If you have to work hard to make something not taste bad, then maybe you should skip it 🤔

  25. Patrick Raymond said on January 12, 2018 Reply

    step one: throw it in the garbage and eat bacon

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