Soy Food Parade

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I found this page earlier today while looking for pictures of tempeh (yes, I know) and it conveniently helped solve the mystery of the stuff left at the bottom of the pan when making soy milk, and the stuff floating at the top.

In Japanese the stuff at the bottom is called okara (doesn’t look good) and the skin at the top, when dried, is called yuba. Mmm.

Link: The Cook’s Thesaurus: Soy Products