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Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g
Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g
Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g
Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g
Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g

Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g

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£11.50
£0.96 per 100 g

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  • Aromatic and unique taste
  • With a Mediterranean touch
  • From certified organic agriculture
  • Refined with olives and sun-dried tomatoes
  • Perfect for a vegan Bolognese sauce, as a salad topping, or a healthy stir-fry

Variety: Olive

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Everything at a glance Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g

As soon as you open its package, our tofu with olives surprises you with a delicious smell that takes you directly to a Greek island. Refined with sun-dried tomatos, our tofu with olives is a true Mediterranean experience which will make you want to try so many new recipes! Thanks to the fabulous combination of dried tomatoes and olives with the delicate taste of tofu, KoRo's olive Mediterranean tofu is the perfect fit for countless culinary creations. Gently fried or roasted, this tofu is also delicious in its natural version on a slice of dark bread, or blended to create a delicate spread or sauce.  The perfect ingredient for your creations  Vegetarians and vegans are often looking for new and different alternatives to meat, which at the same time can offer a comparably intense taste experience. Thanks to the fresh and tasty combination of tomatoes and olives with which it is refined, our tofu has a pleasantly characteristic flavour unlike many other tofu varieties availabl
Average nutritional values per 100 g
Energy (in kj/kcal) 588 / 141
Fat 8,6 g
   of which Saturates 1,5 g
Carbohydrate 0,6 g
   of which Sugars 0,5 g
Fibre 2,1 g
Protein 14 g
Salt 1,25 g

Order number TOFU_010
Origin Austria
Content 1200 g
Brand KoRo
EAN 4260654787467
Data sheet Specification
Eco-monitoring unit AT-BIO-301
Nutrition traces Nutrition traces
Shipping Delivery time outside of Germany
Company KoRo Handels GmbH Koppenplatz 9, 10115 Berlin
Storage Store at room temperature. Once opened, keep in the fridge (+ 2 ° C to + 6 ° C) and finish it up within a few days.
Ingredients Water, 16% SOY beans*, 9% olives*, sunflower oil*, 2% tomatoes* dried*, salt, brandy vinegar*, spices*, herbs*, dextrose*, coagulant: Calcium sulfate *from certified organic agriculture
Cross-contamination Cross-contamination is the unwanted transfer of contamination from a product to another. This can occur when residues of other food are present in the production plant, for example. This notice is mainly directed at allergy sufferers. According to consumer associations, foods that are unintentionally cross-contaminated with animal products are still considered vegan. No other allergenes according to EU regulation 1169/2011.
Sales name Bio tofu with olives
Bio-sourced EU agriculture
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12,50€ / 100g
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Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g - a look behind the scenes

Originally from China, the cultivation of soy has been exported a long time ago, and today half of the global production of soybeans comes from South...

Soy is nowadays mostly grown in South America

Originally from China, the cultivation of soy has been exported a long time ago, and today half of the global production of soybeans comes from South American cultivations. Our tofu is, however, made from soybeans that are organically grown in the EU.

The soy plant is a type of plant from the butterfly family, which is subordinate to the legumes. This pretty plant can grow up to 40 cm in height, and has...

The soy plant

The soy plant is a type of plant from the butterfly family, which is subordinate to the legumes. This pretty plant can grow up to 40 cm in height, and has oval leaves.

The soybeans ripen in an elongated green pod. In order not to impair this ripening process, it is important that the plant grows on a soil rich in nitrogen,...

Thrives on nitrogenous soil

The soybeans ripen in an elongated green pod. In order not to impair this ripening process, it is important that the plant grows on a soil rich in nitrogen, an important building block for the creation of soy protein.

After the soybeans have ripened, they can finally be harvested between mid September and early October. You can tell that the soybeans are ripe if they...

The harvest takes place in autumn

After the soybeans have ripened, they can finally be harvested between mid September and early October. You can tell that the soybeans are ripe if they rustle in the pods when the plant is shaken!

The popular edamame at the sushi shop around the corner are nothing more than unripe soybeans that have been steamed and lightly salted.

Fun fact

The popular edamame at the sushi shop around the corner are nothing more than unripe soybeans that have been steamed and lightly salted.

After the harvest, the soybeans are first placed in soaking containers, where they swell up significantly within the next few hours, and then processed into...

After the harvest, the soybeans are first placed in soaking containers, where they swell up significantly within the next few hours, and then processed into a denatured liquid that resembles milk.

When nigari is added as a coagulant, the liquid flocculates, and high-quality soy protein is formed. From this mass, solid tofu blocks are finally obtained...

When nigari is added as a coagulant, the liquid flocculates, and high-quality soy protein is formed. From this mass, solid tofu blocks are finally obtained with the help of a so-called press box, into which olives and dried tomatos are added. Yum!

Questions about questions Organic tofu with olives 6 x 200 g

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Which are the most popular tofu varieties available on the market?

The best-known types of tofu are silken tofu, natural tofu and smoked tofu. Silken tofu is particularly soft and smooth, great for creating vegan desserts. Natural tofu is firmer and has small holes: it is easy to cut or crumble, and is best suitable for hearty dishes. Smoked tofu tastes intensely smoky and spicy, and is therefore perfect if you don't have enough time to marinate tofu yourself; it goes well with stir-fries and stews, and in sandwiches.

Can tofu be eaten raw?

Yes, tofu can also be eaten straight out of its package, as it is not actually a raw product.

How do I make my tofu nice and crispy?

For perfectly crispy tofu, simply cut the block into slices or cubes and fry on all sides with plenty of oil for about 3 minutes. The result: juicy on the inside and crispy on the outside. Yum!

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A
1 Mar 2021
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Fast delivery. Good value for money if you want it

Fast delivery. Good value for money if you buy it in a bundle (6 pcs).
Compared to other Abieter*innen this Oliventofu is my favorite.

K
27 Feb 2021
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Recommended!!!

Tastes great

A
16 Feb 2021
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Yummy !

Arrived today and was immediately processed in the curry pan

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