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Tofu Strawberry Shake

What you need: 

2 containers of Mori-Nu (firm or soft) tofu
1 lb package of frozen strawberrys
favorite sweetener

What you do: 

Blend all ingredents in a food processor,sweeten to taste. Its about the consistancy of a thick milk shake. Works well with other kinds of frozen fruit also.

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4-6
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Wonderful recipe! I made a small amount as suggested but with fresh strawberries, and tried adding banana, a spoonful of honey and a splash of soy milk for the next day's breakfast. A really good summer drink if you make it thinner, or a good start to the day.

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Question: If I make a smoothie w a container of Mori-Nu silken tofu, can I put leftovers in the fridge? Will it keep or does tofu go bad like this? I am very new at doing anything w tofu, so any comments will help. Even if I use half of the tofu in the smoothie, any suggestions with what to do with the other, unused half?? Silken seems so hard to use in anything else...

I don't know about your smoothie leftovers, but I think they would be just fine in the fridge.  Probably not a good idea to freeze it.

I use silken tofu in all kinds of things!  I use it to make thick, creamy soups (tomato, potato, split pea, etc.), I use it to make pumpkin or sweet potato pies, and I've even been known to put it in spaghetti sauce to add a protein boost.  Since it really has no taste, it can be blended into just about anything saucy or soupy to add protein and to thicken.

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Question: If I make a smoothie w a container of Mori-Nu silken tofu, can I put leftovers in the fridge? Will it keep or does tofu go bad like this? I am very new at doing anything w tofu, so any comments will help. Even if I use half of the tofu in the smoothie, any suggestions with what to do with the other, unused half?? Silken seems so hard to use in anything else...

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