The Book of Tempeh, Volume 1

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Soyinfo Center, 1979 - Cookery (Tofu) - 245 pages
Beautifully illustrated and immensely informative, "The Book of Tempeh" showcases this hearty, versatile ingredient in a host of delectable recipes. Copyright Libri GmbH. All rights reserved.
 

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User Review  - carrieprice78 - LibraryThing

I'm not really interested in making tempeh; I'm interested in making things with tempeh. This book has both and is very well-researched. Can't say as I've tried any of the recipes yet, but I recall they did look good. Read full review

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Wow! All you need to know about Tempeh, from A-Z is contained within!

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Shurtleff received degrees in engineering, honors humanities, and education from Stanford University. He taught physics for two years in Nigeria in the Peace Corps and has lived and traveled extensively in East Asia and Third World countries. He cofounded the Soyfoods Center and is the Director of it.




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