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Jun. 18th, 2003 @ 09:48 pm Tofu jerky
Some of you who know me, know that if you go out on the net and do a search for tofu jerky that the recipe most often listed is one I created. It's even in a book, I'm assuming without proper attribution.

Anyway, I wrote a page about it.
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From:blackbytes
Date:June 18th, 2003 07:41 pm (UTC)

Get recognition!

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My sister is a food editor, so maybe I can get your name in print ;-D
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From:periol
Date:June 18th, 2003 10:54 pm (UTC)

Whoa

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I dig jerky. But I don't like to cook. And I usually don't like tofu.

What are the chances you will bring some of your jerky to work sometime?
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From:kikibird
Date:June 19th, 2003 07:35 am (UTC)

O I am so happy!

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I tried tofu jerky once and I loved it, but I can't find it anywhere around here. Now I can do it myself. Thanks!!!!!
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From:kikibird
Date:June 20th, 2003 05:20 pm (UTC)

also...

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when I am marinading it over night, do I put it in the fridge, or do I leave it on the counter, so cat foot sweat and toe hairs will be magically added while I sleep?
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From:mrfantasy
Date:June 21st, 2003 01:48 pm (UTC)

Re: also...

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You can do either. I refrigerate. If you leave it on the counter, you can cover it, of course. I'd be more worried about litter box detritus than cat sweat and toe hairs.
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From:kingfox
Date:June 19th, 2003 10:19 am (UTC)
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My favorite hangout in Hoboken did (don't see it on the menu now) a really awesome tofu dish. It was a tree of tofu, drizzled in a teriyaki sauce, then baked. So you got to eat a nice meaty vegetarian tofu tree.