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(Food and Wine)   If you have waaaay too much space in your freezer, sure, why not?   ( divider line
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2021-02-04 10:37:13 AM  
It's funny because I have tofu currently in my freezer. That's what happens when you shop at Costco.
2021-02-04 11:33:59 AM  
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I'll go look in the freezer.
2021-02-04 11:34:37 AM  
I like freezing tofu. Once it's thawed it has a denser texture that I enjoy in stir-fry, or for baked tofu which is a nice snack.
2021-02-04 11:53:05 AM  
We keep ours in the garbage can.
2021-02-04 11:53:24 AM  
That presupposes that I'd actually buy it. I'm allergic to soy.  And before I discovered that, I found it disgusting
2021-02-04 12:15:25 PM  
I leave it in the grocers refrigerator section.
2021-02-04 1:54:41 PM  
It's not news it's... frozen tofu?
2021-02-04 3:12:40 PM  
No shiat. But why is it easier to slice it and put it in a freezer bag? I just throw the whole container in there. Been doing it for years.

Then when defrosted and drained I cut it into fat sticks and coat it with panko.
Put a little sriracha in the egg wash. A little asian spice in the bread crumbs.

Air fry em and serve with your choice of asian dipping sauce. Very tasty.
2021-02-04 3:29:15 PM  
Tofu is your friend.

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2021-02-05 5:30:53 PM  
Sure, freeze it and then cut it into hockey pucks. As long as you don't eat it.
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