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$1 Nasoya tofu coupon

Posted January 7, 2011

I saw that face you made when you read the word "tofu"! We eat it every week and love it in stir fry, pasta, stuffed green peppers and more. I have posted a number of tofu recipes on the blog over the last year. 

If you take the Nasoya tofu pledge by clicking on the link in the box, you can print a rare $1 tofu coupon. Who's game?

Thanks to coupongeek.net for this one!

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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 9, 2011

    Bought 2 for FREE today at HT with the $1 printable coupon doubled! Whoo hooo!

    I have never tried dredging it in flour before sauteeing. I will try that with one this week. Thanks RCC!

    Nancy - there are LOTS worse things you could try. I am sure of that.

  • superturfguy Jan 9, 2011

    We love TOFU!!! :-)

  • Nancy Jan 9, 2011

    Ok, ok, I can see there is now a conspiracy to get me to try tofu, Faye and raleighcitizenshipclasses :)

    Maybe someday I will and if I do and I like it, I will owe you! But I can't promise it will be anytime soon that I'll give it a whirl ;)

  • Nancy Jan 9, 2011

    "Nancy-Miss Louise was on Romper Room watching all of us through her seeing eyeglass" - nylanc

    Thank you! I couldn't for the life of me remember the name of the show - Romper Room :) Sheesh.......giving away my time on this earth admitting I watched that show LOL

  • Oxymoron02 Jan 8, 2011

    Tofu is om nom nommy. I follow a few vegan cooking communities and there are some recipes out there that need trying ... or a few already tried that I need to make again.

    Nancy, drain and press it for a few hours, then freeze it in single layers in a ziploc bag. Thaw it, cut it into bite size pieces and dredge it in flour. Pan fry it in a little oil until it's lightly brown then cover it with your favorite asian goo (we like general tso's sauce around here). Sprinkle a few sesame seeds on top if you're so inclined.

  • nylanc Jan 8, 2011

    Nancy-Miss Louise was on Romper Room watching all of us through her seeing eyeglass

  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Jan 8, 2011

    nylanc - now that was funny. Be careful or the grammar police will arrest you. They are out in force this week.

    Nancy - it really does take on the flavor of whatever you are cooking. You would never know it was there in my stuffed peppers.

  • Nancy Jan 8, 2011

    LOL - you could see my face? Dang, that reminds me of a childhood TV show where the lady used to look through her supposed seeing glass and say "And I see Stephen, and Susan and you too Nancy" and we would be amazed that she could see us LOL

    Tofu? hhhmmmm, buried in lots of other things I might be able to get it down :) Of course I used to say that about grits too, buried in syrup (nope, didn't work), swamped in jelly (nope, didn't work) and slathered with lots of butter (don't like butter, that didn't work).

    Never got a hankerin' for grits and I'm not sure tofu will find a place in my tastebuds either :(

  • nylanc Jan 7, 2011

    Maybe I can try loosing weight by eating this free tofu.

  • sunoe Jan 7, 2011

    My daughter used to like tofu as a snack. She was a very young child at the time . . .