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Jen
Jen
1 year ago

I recently created a very successful silk tofu pudding using your nigari. The recipe is very simple and I was hoping to share it with you.

Ingredients:
2 cups of soy milk (unsweetened)
1 teaspoon of nigari

Equipment:
steamer
2 bowls

Directions:

  1. Mix the nigari and the soy milk together.
  2. Pour it into a container that can be put into the steamer. I divided the entire mixture into two bowls.
  3. Cover the bowls with aluminum foil. This is to prevent the condensation from forming bumpy surfaces on the tofu pudding.
  4. Steam it on low heat for about 9 minutes. Stove temperatures may vary. I used an electric stove (with a max setting of 2000 and a min setting of 200), and used heat setting 600.
  5. Add sugar to taste. The traditional sugar to use with tofu pudding is red powdered sugar. But any sugar would do. I made a sugar syrup with muscovado sugar instead of adding granulated or powdered sugar.

Note:
I used store bought soy milk which was unsweetened. I bought the kind that had to be refrigerated.

VanIsleSalt
Admin
1 year ago
Reply to  Jen

Hi Jen!

This is fantastic, thank you so much for sharing! We love tofu pudding and have only made it with homemade soy milk. So pleased to hear this works with fresh soy milk from the store. We can’t wait to try this out. #saltlove!

William
William
2 months ago

Well, the prices certainly have gone up. What are your ‘supply chain’ issues? Or have you just decided along with the rest of corporate Canada to stick it to us?
I loved your product, but its become to rich for my blood. Good luck.

VanIsleSalt
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2 months ago
Reply to  William

Hi William. Thanks for connecting with us. We’re sorry to hear you find our price points unreasonable. To clarify, in the history of our company, our product prices have only ever fallen (quite significantly in fact) as we have grown and found ways to cut costs. Even in recent months when there’s been significant cost pressure we have not raised prices. What you may be noticing is that several years ago we launched our flake sea salt line, which does have higher price points on a per gram basis than fine salt but is in fact lower priced than other leading flake salts. In the meantime, however, our fine sea salt price was reduced by more than one third.

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