What you need-
- A block of organic tofu
- One blue scoop of Avellana Vegan cultures
- A bowl or pot
- A fermentation station
Drain the tofu and place in a bowl. Fill pot with enough water to cover the tofu. You may want to use distilled water to decrease chance of unwanted bacteria growth.
Add the blue scoop of Avellana cultures.
Cover and put this in your fermentation station at around 100 degrees for 8-24 hours, checking it every four hours or so after the first 8. (If you leave it too long it may begin to grow undesirable bacteria. This can cause a slimy texture and bad smell.)
You can cook this just like you’d cook regular tofu. It is a little bit springier, but mostly very similar to non-cultured tofu!