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Yuba is otherwise known as tofu skin or bean curd sheets. The connection with tofu is misleading as both the production and the finished product are very different. Yuba is a protein food made by lifting off the film formed on top of heated soya milk. It can be eaten fresh, or dried for further processing. It is sold dried or semi-dried in sheet form, bunched and dried into sticks, or braised and canned.
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Semi-Dried sheets of Yuba
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Braised Yuba (canned)
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Yuba being formed on heated soya milk
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Other Images:
>> Packaging: Dali brand of semi-dried Yuba

Other Resources:
See the plantfoods.org guide to making tofu to see yuba being form during the tofu production.

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