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Soymilk for drinking vs. soymilk for tofu making
Many recipes for tofu start from soymilk, many others start from scratch, but most of either kind share a whole variety of approaches, i.e. the order of the soaking, boiling and blending operations, ...
Apr 8 at 19:56
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