TOFUTBALL: Super Bowl Time

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It’s Super Bowl eve — time to get the deep fryer ready! Here’s our top 5 picks on our 49ers Faithful Menu:

1. Chinese Crispy Fried Tofu with sweet chile sauce (Recipe from Chefinyou.com.)

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2. Mini Tofu Sliders (Recipe from Vegenista)

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3. Tofu Asian Lettuce Wraps (Recipe from TasteofHome.com)

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4. Deep fried Soybeans (Recipe from thesalmonfarm.org)

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5. Tofu Buffalo Wings (Recipe from FourGreenSteps.com)

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BONUS:

Fancy little 49ers cookies (these are from the Cookie Loft Girls, but you could probably make your own!)

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Share your Super Bowl dishes with us on facebook and we’ll feature your recipes here! Happy cooking, and GO NINERS!

Nakayoshi Young Professionals LOVE Tofu

The Nakayoshi Young Professionals is a networking, volunteering, social group of young professionals and recent college graduates in the San Francisco Bay Area passionate about the Japanese American and Asian Pacific American community. The Soy and Tofu Festival is (arguably) the highlight of their volunteering year. For the past two years they’ve hosted a food booth, “Nakayoshi Cafe”, dishing up culinary delights.

Watch the video to see Graig Inaba, Nakayoshi member and Soy & Tofu Festival superstar, chat with Northern California Cherry Blossom Court members about his their volunteer experience.

To learn how you can be a vendor or volunteer, email Kenji at Kenji@Soyandtofufest.org.

Year One

Someday, when the Soy and Tofu Festival is a worldwide celebration, we’ll look back at our first year and laugh at how small it was.

The first ever Northern California Soy & Tofu Festival was held on June 11, 2011 in San Francisco Japantown’s Peace Plaza, attracting some 3,500 visitors throughout the day to an event that educated the public about the health benefits of soy and tofu. The Festival, a fundraiser for the Nichi Bei Foundation, featured an array of soy and tofu vendors, mascots Tofu Ninja and Tofu Panda, various entertainment, “ToFun” audience participation games and a Tofu Dessert Competition. The Tofu Dessert Competition winner: Green Tea Tofu Cream Puff by Masako Nakatani of San Jose was a treat for both the celebrity panel judges and the audience judges.