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I finally found another website which describes this. The key part of its definition seems different to me (not very handy in the kitchen), and Stack Exchange encourages multiple answers. I've bolded the key phrase: Blog: Okina Learning. Article: Okinawa Trip: Food The last one and a bit special one is the noodle dish with traditional Okinawan tofu, ...
Food.com actually provides a recipe for making it, saying: Yushi doufu is tofu that has not been pressed and formed, but simply scooped out after tofu coagulates... The ingredients are soy beans, water, and nigari.
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