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Tofu

  NOTE:  I will push rules, but only to the point that I know the science behind something.  I wanted dehydrated tofu for small projects, but when this batch was finished, I was not comfortable with storing at room temperature - my tofu went in a freezer ziploc and in the freezer.  Still convenient, but with no concerns.

1) Rinse the tofu and blot as dry as possible between multiple layers of paper towels.  One of the double packs shown in the image filled one dehydrator tray.

2) Dice tofu into 1/2" cubes.

3) Spread tofu cubes on the dehydator trays in a single layer.

4) Set dehydrator temperature at 125 degrees.

Drying will take from 8-12 hours
Tofu will be dry on the outside, shrunk inwards and like hard rubber when squeezed.

Again - I feel more comfortable storing my dehydrated tofu in the freezer.



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