Organic Firm Silken Tofu

12.3 oz box

Retail Price: $2.99


Our Price: $1.95 (Save 35%)

12.3 oz box

Why You’ll Love It

Mori-Nu’s Silken Organic Firm Tofu is made using premium, non-GMO soybeans that are regulated from seed to shelf. This low-fat, heart-healthy, plant-based protein is firm and works great in everything from soups and salads, to smoothies and baked desserts. ‘Silken’ means it’s undrained and unpressed, giving it a custardy-like texture that works wonders in creamy, blended foods. It also makes a wonderful low-fat alternative to eggs and dairy. This box of tofu doesn’t need to be refrigerated until it’s opened.
SKU: 085696609201

About This Brand

Morinaga Nutritional Foods, Inc. (MNF) is a manufacturer of soy products based in Torrance, CA USA. We produce the popular Mori-Nu Silken Tofu brand, a line of silken tofu widely sold across the US and around the world, as well as the industrial and food service ingredient Silken Soy Puree. Our soy products are sold in a unique aseptic package that protects fresh tofu from light and bacteria and allows for a long shelf life without refrigeration—without the use of preservatives!
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Ingredients

Filtered Water, Organic Soybeans, Organic Soy Protein, Gluconolactone*, Calcium Chloride.

*Gluconolactone is a non-dairy, gluten-free coagulant derived from non-GMO corn starch.


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Serving Size 3 oz (85g / about 1" slice) Servings Per Container about 4

Amount Per Serving

Calories 50 Calories from Fat 20

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 2.5g 4%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 15mg 1%
Total Carbohydrate 2g 1%
Sugars 0g
Protein 6g

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 2%
Iron 4%

Contains Soy.

Reviews For Organic Firm Silken Tofu

Based on 4 Reviews

Good product, but prefer firmer tofu

I liked this silken tofu, and have used it in the past. Good for scrambling, but if I need firmer for slicing/dicing and using in my stir fry dishes, I buy firmer versions of tofu.

- Dorothy

Tofu

I am new to the world of tofu and did not do my research before buying this kind! It is very very soft, like if you mixed jello and pudding sort of thing! But, i still made it kind of work for frying, but it was much better when i chopped it up and put it in fried rice or chopped in scrammbled eggs- since all it wanted to do was fall apart, it was ok!
But, now i know there are different types of tofu for different recipes!
This one is still good, just make sure its the kind you need!

- Danielle

Great texture

I eat a lot of tofu so a lot of times I don't really differentiate between tofu brands. This one had a nice texture, and I enjoyed it. I wouldn't say its the best tofu I've ever had but still a good buy!

- Kat

Yummy

I love this Tofu. I think it tastes like egg whites. Great replacement, if you're trying to stop dairy but crave the taste.

- DeLisa

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