How do you eat tempeh?

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Tempeh comes in both soy-only and soy-based varieties. Or a combination of nuts and other grains, can be found at department stores or health food stores. There are boxes, cans, frozen products. Or you can choose to make your own tempeh at home. Just use ferment soybeans and starter cultures for fermenting the finish. Fermented for 3-4 days, it can be eat.

Tempeh can be used as a substitute for meat in many dishes. For example, it can be cut into pieces, marinated in sauces and grill instead of steak. Used as a substitute for meat in spaghetti and hamburgers. Or use stir fried basil, spicy salad and dipping chili paste UFABET

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


People can eat safely and without negative health effects. But people with certain health conditions Tempeh should not be eat. 

  • Allergic to soy  Since tempeh’s main ingredient is soybeans, eating tempeh may cause itching in people who are allergic to soybeans. hives Swollen face and throat, difficulty breathing, wheezing, stomach pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and in some people, a severe, life-threatening allergic reaction.
  • Thyroid disorders This is because tempeh contains goitrogens that may inhibit thyroid hormone synthesis. and reduce the efficiency of absorption of thyroid medication.