Coincidentally, I just cooked crispy tofu this morning for my kids’ breakfast. You gave me an idea how to make it more delicious by accompanying it with citrus soy.
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Ok, i’m sorry for all the exclamation marks. I am just so happy! And if ABC wishes to meet your friend ‘Mae Gabriel’, i am so ready! Haha.
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In Korea, I have learned to love tofu. Yet it seems that tofu tastes different here. And it all depends on how you make it. The people who hate tofu have had it poorly made. It also has the reputation in the U.S. as some hippie granola health food.
In Asia, particularly in Korea where I live, it’s a major part of the diet and lifestyle. It’s not considered a health food. There’s actually a tradition that when someone is in trouble with the law, he eats a block of tofu when he gets out of jail.
Loved the video. I do wonder… did the anchor ever move his head up to look you in the eyes? Heh, heh….]]>