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Caroline Miguelez

Caroline is a freelance writer for MarthaStewart.com.
Tofu is a high-protein, low-fat, vitamin-and-mineral-rich food that's made by curdling soy milk, much as regular milk is curdled to make mozzarella. An extremely versatile ingredient, tofu can take on so many different flavors and be cooked in many different ways—as you'll see in this collection of tofu recipes.  Sure it can be the star of dinner, a main dish that's vegan or vegetarian such as a stew, salad, soup, or noodle dish, but you'll also find stellar tofu recipes that include ground pork and other meats. And don't overlook it for dessert, our collection includes a sweet where tofu brings creamy dairy-free deliciousness. Last but definitely not least, consider tofu recipes at breakfast, because there's a French toast that's not to be missed.
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