How to eat tempeh?

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There are versions of tempeh that use only soybeans. Or mixed with other nuts and grains, these can be purchased commonly at department stores or health food stores. There are both box, canned and frozen products. Or you can choose to make tempeh and eat it yourself at home. Just use ferment beans and powdered plantains for fermenting ready-made. Fermented for about 3–4 days, it can be eat.

Tempeh can be use as a substitute for meat in many dishes. Such as being cut into pieces, marinated in sauces, and grilled instead of steak. Use it as a mince meat substitute in spaghetti and hamburgers. Or use it to stir-fry with basil, in salads and as a dip in chili paste UFABET

Unopened tempeh Can be store for 1 month in a normal refrigerator. And can be stored for up to 1 year in the freezer. But if opened, it should be keep in a tightly closed bag or box. Which will keep for about 5 days.

Precautions for eating tempeh.

People can eat safely and without any negative effects on their health. But people with certain health conditions Tempeh should not be eaten, for example. 

  • Soy allergy  Because has the main ingredient soybean, eating tempeh may cause itching in people who are allergic to soybeans. Hives Swelling of the face and neck, difficulty breathing, wheezing, stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and in some people, severe, life-threatening allergic reactions.
  • Thyroid abnormalities This is because contains goitrogens that may inhibit thyroid hormone synthesis. and reduces the efficiency of absorption of thyroid medication