It’s at-home tofu misozuke from Recipe Renovator! Laura found this and flipped, naturally, as she is all about tofu misozuke. She says, “If you can’t buy this delicious stuff, try making it yourself and feel like the artisanal kitchen wizard that you are! Because that that stuff is so tasty, it definitely involves the dark arts BURN WITCH BURN!”
Here’s my promise to you Vegansaurs: I’m totally gonna make this! And report back! Because I have no particular kitchen skills (just the worst at following recipes) except my TOTAL FEARLESSNESS. Let’s do this! We’ll be rolling in tofu misozuke by October. Guess my trick-or-treaters will be getting vegan cheese in their pillowcases this year!
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Well, not that exactly. What had happened was, when it first arrived, I greedily ripped open the packaging, cut off an enormous chunk, and stuffed it straight in my maw. Then, I spit it out because it was DAMN POTENT. I then read the accompanying information and saw that it was supposed to be eaten like CHEESE. My bad!
Finally I came correct with some crackers and it blew my mind one more time. Creamy, pungent, expensive-tasting, “real” cheese. Like, you could serve this to omni guests and they would eagerly wish to learn more about it, and you would be like, “NOT UNTIL YOU GO VEGAN, OK?” and then they would go vegan and BAM! Look at you and your activism, all saving the world and shit via delicious vegan cheese.
If you want to try this stuff inside the United States, you have two options: You can order from maker Rau Om’s online store; or, find them at Sunnyvale and Palo Alto farmers markets. Also, if you have a minute, read this article to learn tons about this kind of cheese, so that you know more about things than everyone else, and can make other people feel stupid when you talk about it. Like, who doesn’t know about tofu misozuke!? Philistines!!