Tofu: do you like it?

Philippines
July 15, 2010 6:58pm CST
Hmmm... tofu is one of the foods I like the least. But its my mother's favorite. I don't like tofu because of its weird taste and of its texture. Moreover, when I look at it, it gives me this unusual feeling...Haha..:D How about you guys? Do you like eating tofu? Can you suggest some ways on how to cook tofu? Share your thoughts,ideas,and knowledge. Gracias,amigos!:D Take care!:D
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@misheli (554)
• Philippines
22 Jul 10
Before I don't eat tofu, but when my sister suggested this sizzling tofu I find eat delicious. So now I can eat tofu as long as it is sizzling or fried tofu.
@Archie0 (4669)
18 Jul 10
I don't really relish tofu that much, i have tried it first time in a sandwich it was a soya tofu, and i just hated it but somehow due to other stuffs in the sandwich i could eat it, but recently once again i tried tofu after 4 whole years and trust me i still hate it
@o0jopak0o (6406)
• Philippines
16 Jul 10
well i like tofu when it is added into something but not just tofu.
• Philippines
16 Jul 10
I like to eat tofu. Maybe it's just the way you prepare them that they may seem tasteless and bland. They can be fried and served with white vinegar and garlic over rice chinese congee. (which tastes very good) or friend, diced and dipped in soy sauce. might taste weird at first, if you're not used to eat. But you get used to it over time and actually come to enjoy it. trust me. :)
@iwinagain (546)
16 Jul 10
There's some food like tofu that I used to dislike to eat when I'm little, but now that I'm older, I don't mind eating it as long as they add some flavor to it to make it taste good.
• United States
16 Jul 10
I had it cooked in something called caterpillar stew once when I was a kid and liked that allot but I have no clue how to make it.
@rosdimy (3936)
• Malaysia
16 Jul 10
Tofu can be fried, cut in half, sliced, some vegetables inserted between the slices, and eaten with chilli sauce. Tofu can be diced and maybe sliced into thinner slices, and cooked with vegetables. Unfortunately I do not know many tofu recipes. I do not hate the taste, but is at the bottom of my food list, because of the possible long term effects on a man. Tofu is made from soya bean, and soya bean is good for women. In general wbatever is very good for women is not good for men if regularly consumed. This is my personal experience and observation, and I would like to stress that I have never met any medical report on it, but I have noticed that regular consumption of soya bean products can make a man become more effiminate. Some physiological changes occur at a subtle pace. A change can be seen on the chest. It cannot be a coincidence because after noticing it the first time I carried out several experiments on myself. Each time the same result showed up - pointed t its(I am not sure whether they are called by the same name for males or not). In short I avoid eating tofu or any other soya bean products for consecutive days.