This great recipe should be used in the En Japanese Brasserie recipes for Cold Tofu and Warm Tofu.

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Ingredients

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Directions

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  • Place soy milk into a medium saucepan and cook over medium heat until milk reaches 135 degrees on an instant-read thermometer.

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  • Remove soy milk from heat and pour into a 7-by-7-by-7-inch container. Add nigari and stir to combine. Cover with plastic wrap and let stand for 15 minutes before using.

Reviews (8)

Rating: Unrated
08/17/2008
I made this recipe and it didn't turn out. The homemade soymilk didn't thicken when I added the nigari and it tasted very bitter. Has anyone had any luck with this recipe?
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08/08/2008
I bought my nigari from healthclassics.com and it took them over a month to send it to me and I had to make several calls and emails to get a response from them. I recommend buying nigari from another online source.
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04/25/2008
Thanks, Schoolgirl! I was wondering where to get it. I once tried a recipe where the soymilk was curdled with vinegar, and it didn't work. I must try this! Martha, your vegan fans thank you!
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04/25/2008
you can find nigari at www.healthclassics.com. i found this website by googling the word Nigari.
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04/23/2008
Vegetarians and vegans are very thankful!
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04/23/2008
Beautiful presentation on the show today. Thank you for the demonstration. I am vegan and love it when you feature veg recipes! :)
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04/23/2008
Where can one fund Nigari ? Looking to read you, soon. Martine
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04/23/2008
What if I use store-bought soy milk?