SOY-FREE TOFU that makes ITSELF! (1-ingredient high protein, low carb)

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This is the easiest SOY-FREE high protein, low carb tofu recipe because you only need ONE ingredient! No coagulant necessary.

33 replies
  1. Homemade Pork Belly
    Homemade Pork Belly says:

    If you have the room, you can grow pumpkins with the hulless seeds, which I'm going to do next season. They are called Kakai pumpkins, and you can get them from Johnny's Seeds. In the mean time, can't wait to try this!

  2. Nick
    Nick says:

    This series is so interesting and informative! Do you have a preference between the fava, red lentils and pumpkin? The red lentils seems to be the most complicated compared to the fava and pumpkin but potentially the healthiest? (im not sure about the nutrients and micronutrients). Thanks for making this video!

  3. Danielle Barker
    Danielle Barker says:

    This is absolutely Amazing. We are planning on a pumpkin patch nexr year anyway. Knowing that Allll those seeds can give us a supply of gorgeous, tasty, high-pro, fatty tofu is the cherry on top. Or just another reaon to grow even More pumpkins!!.

  4. Linda PB
    Linda PB says:

    Trader Joe’s market had a pumpkin tofu, named, “Pumfu”; the ingredients were seeds only. It was delicious!! The texture was perfect tofu texture. 
    But, as in Trader Joe m.o., it disappeared from the aisle. Was so sad, but so thrilled to see you make it! Thank you!

  5. Denise Ferron
    Denise Ferron says:

    I live in Canada, too. At Costco, you can get 2 kilograms of pumpkin seeds for $21, which works out to about $5 per pound, while their organic pumpkin seeds are at around $8.50 per pound. Still expensive compared to the cost of ready-made soy tofu, but totally worth it seeing as we don’t have access to Pumpfu here in Canada. Besides, there’s the added bonus of whey and less plastic packaging. I have my first batch in the tofu press/mold right now. I’m so happy to have found this recipe since I’m allergic to soy. I’ll definitely be trying this recipe with sunflower seeds. I’ll even see if I can make vegan cheese. Oh, the possibilities!!!


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