A question about a recipe: Silken Comfort Tofu

I have a question about the recipe "Silken Comfort Tofu" from Abra Bennett.
I'm not sure where to get the best quality silken tofu. Is it all the same? Can I just go to the supermarket and buy any brand?

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Silken Comfort Tofu
Recipe question for: Silken Comfort Tofu


susan G. November 18, 2011
Mori-Nu is probably the most widely available silken tofu. It is in aseptic packaging, so it is shelf stable and keeps for a long time. Nasoya is sold in dairy or specialty cases in the stores, and has to be kept refrigerated, with a fairly short date. Both companies have recipes on their web sites.

I see you are looking at a recipe here. I have one up using silken tofu: http://www.food52.com/recipes/search?c=1&recipe_search=green%20manna

Your meat eaters might be happier with firm and extra firm tofu, because it has more body, more texture. Here's one of my favorites: http://www.food52.com/recipes/11358_grilled_peanut_tofu
DP November 18, 2011
I would also try an Asian (particularly Japanese or Korean) food store if you have any nearby.
freshparsley November 18, 2011
Thanks. That was quick! I'm trying to expand options for my family - the men really love meat. They also love ethnic food. So this is helpful.
Kristy M. November 18, 2011
I'm not a tofu aficionado, but I've used Nasoya brand silken tofu and have liked it.
francesca G. November 18, 2011
I have found that any organic, high quality brand is a great option -- any tofu lovers out there with favorites?
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