What Can You Do with the Leftover Pulp from Making Soy Milk?

What Can You Do with the Leftover Pulp from Making Soy Milk?

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Christine Gallary
Aug 11, 2015
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Q: Thanks very much for the soy milk recipe. I'm not overwhelmed by the idea anymore and I'm keen to get started. I just have one question.

What do you do with the pulp/curd leftover from grinding the soybeans? Is that what you use to make tofu?

Sent by Helen

Editor: Tofu is made by setting soy milk with a coagulant and does not use the leftover pulp, also known as okara, from making the soy milk itself. Looks like there's a whole blog dedicated to cooking with okara that has some fun ideas:

Readers, what can do you with that leftover pulp?

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