Kanako's Kitchen

The Tofu Manifesto

Posted in Recipe by Francisco Toro on December 6, 2010

Kanako’s breathless dithyramb to Tofu, Japanese style, is up on the Menuism.com blog today.  Check it out.

Full disclosure: on our recent trip to Japan, we ate an outrageous amount of tofu.

All I can say is, she made a believer out of me. Or, maybe that’s soft-pedalling it a bit. A fanatic. Yes. She made a tofu fanatic out of me.

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  1. Forget the Viagra...Pass me a Carrot! said, on November 9, 2013 at 3:56 am

    Great Blog Kanako – mentioned in mine today on food in the news – Pickled Turnips hitting the headlines as preventative for flu – shared a link for one of your recipes – thank yo.

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