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It’s quite easy to incorporate tasty soy-based foods and beverages into your family’s meals and snacks.
Whether you’re eating tofu as a vegan/vegetarian substitute, for health benefits, or because you enjoy its versatility in cooking, here are some healthy tofu recipes from top celebrity chefs you can try at home.
Besides giving meals a satisfying boost, soy-based foods are a heart-healthy addition to your diet.
The wide array of soy-based foods provides many options to love your heart. Many soyfoods are low in saturated fat and cholesterol free, and are high in complete protein, dietary fiber, and other beneficial nutrients.
Slow-roasting tofu gives it a firm but tender texture. It’s perfect for salads & sandwiches!