If you like store-bought tempeh, just wait until you try fresh nutty-tasting homemade tempeh. You might never go back! Plus, when you make it yourself, you can go way beyond soybeans and customize your tempeh with whatever kinds of legumes and grains you want.
To make tempeh at home, you just need some beans, a spoonful of tempeh starter, and a warm spot in your house. Today we'll walk you through each step of the process, from preparing the beans to cooking it for dinner.