Tofu?

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    Nov 13, 2010 7:28 AM GMT
    greyston saidCareful, anything soy produces estrogen. It's good protein, but I stay away from it. It's the fear of getting lumps in my chest icon_eek.gif


    I love tofu- especially when they serve it in a way so that it's spicy.

    That explains why I took up knitting and watching Lifetime.

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    Studinprogress saidWish the campus diner served seitan icon_confused.gif Typical college food: 90% of all food items must be either deep fried or smothered in fat.


    Im jealous. Our food is so 'health-smart' that even the cookies are healthy!! icon_evil.gif
    Im a vegetarian I dont eat much but when I want a motherfucking cookie I expect it to be fattening!


    Lol I think we're the same way, but we serve our fair share of burgers and fries and our vegetarian pad thai is so oily it looks like noodle soup.
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    Nov 13, 2010 7:36 AM GMT
    Bullwinklemoos said
    That explains why I took up knitting and watching Lifetime.

    mnboy said
    Studinprogress saidWish the campus diner served seitan icon_confused.gif Typical college food: 90% of all food items must be either deep fried or smothered in fat.


    Im jealous. Our food is so 'health-smart' that even the cookies are healthy!! icon_evil.gif
    Im a vegetarian I dont eat much but when I want a motherfucking cookie I expect it to be fattening!


    Lol I think we're the same way, but we serve our fair share of burgers and fries and our vegetarian pad thai is so oily it looks like noodle soup.


    Some of my best friends goto Kato!
    I'd love to have a dining hall likes yours. You have a balance between foods atleast. Id take oily noodles over a black bean burger any day... icon_mad.gif
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    Nov 13, 2010 12:22 PM GMT
    metta8 said
    DoomsDayAlpaca saidSo i chopped up some tofu, put it in some tupperware, froze it, and I'm wondering if I take it out to thaw and only take what I need can I refreeze it...

    I should have thought that through better.


    hmmm....freezing it may change the consistency of it. Let us know how it goes for you.


    Freezing absolutely will change the consistency; it makes it tougher and chewier. Frozen, thawed, and crumbled up tofu is a good substitute for cooked ground meat in things like chili, sloppy joes, etc.
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    Nov 14, 2010 7:40 AM GMT
    mnboy said
    Bullwinklemoos said
    That explains why I took up knitting and watching Lifetime.

    mnboy said
    Studinprogress saidWish the campus diner served seitan icon_confused.gif Typical college food: 90% of all food items must be either deep fried or smothered in fat.


    Im jealous. Our food is so 'health-smart' that even the cookies are healthy!! icon_evil.gif
    Im a vegetarian I dont eat much but when I want a motherfucking cookie I expect it to be fattening!


    Lol I think we're the same way, but we serve our fair share of burgers and fries and our vegetarian pad thai is so oily it looks like noodle soup.


    Some of my best friends goto Kato!
    I'd love to have a dining hall likes yours. You have a balance between foods atleast. Id take oily noodles over a black bean burger any day... icon_mad.gif
    I gagged at the smell of our burgers the other day. icon_eek.gif

    Although that is true. I love our comfort food options... sometimes. icon_razz.gif