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Here’s how to make your own tofu for Chinese New Year


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Here’s how to make your own tofu for Chinese New Year

To celebrate Chinese New Year, why not make your own tofu and turn it into a multisensory experience with a recipe that activates heat and touch receptors along with taste Humans 22 January 2020 By Sam Wong James WinspearWhat you need Soya beans Cheesecloth (muslin) Nigari (magnesium chloride) Container with holes for drainage THE Chinese…

Here’s how to make your own tofu for Chinese New Year

To celebrate Chinese New Year, why not make your own tofu and turn it into a multisensory experience with a recipe that activates heat and touch receptors along with taste



Humans



22 January 2020

By Sam Wong

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James Winspear

What you need

Soya beans


Cheesecloth (muslin)


Nigari (magnesium chloride)


Container with holes for drainage

THE Chinese New Year begins on 25 January, and to mark it – and Veganuary – I am going to make tofu. Because the subtle charms of tofu can struggle to win affection, I am including a tofu-based recipe that is not only packed with flavour, but also provides multisensory stimulation.

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