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  • Neil
    Forwarding the message. August 31, 2009 Recipe Easy Baked BBQ Tofu Baked tofu is one of the easiest recipes to prepare. You can marinade it as indicated in the
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      Meatout Mondays - Kick the Meat Habit One Day at a Time!
      August 31, 2009
      Easy Baked BBQ Tofu

      Baked tofu is one of the easiest recipes to prepare. You can marinade it as indicated in the recipe below or try other favorites, like Teriyaki or General Tso’s. Once made, you can use the tofu in a variety of ways: on sandwiches, rice, or noodles, or just by itself as a snack. You may even want to double or triple this recipe, since it’s so easy to make, and have extra for leftovers.


      1 block (16 oz.) of extra-firm tofu
      barbeque sauce
      soy sauce
      olive oil or non-stick cooking spray


      1. Remove tofu from packaging and drain.
      2. Cut into slices about 1/4" thick.
      3. Press out moisture from tofu: Lay tofu on cutting board covered with paper towels or clean dish towel; place another layer of towels on top of tofu and press down to release moisture; remove that towel and put a new one down; place something heavy on top (coffee can, teapot, books); let stand about 30-45 minutes while it releases more moisture.
      4. In a bowl, mix two parts of barbeque sauce with one part soy sauce.
      5. Dip the tofu slices into the sauce.
      6. Lay out marinated slices on lightly oiled baking sheet and bake at 375 degrees for 35-45 minutes (for a softer texture bake 35 minutes; for a more crispy texture, cook longer).

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      Feel Safe with Soy

      Researchers report that soy is a safe and healthy food. A study published in the August issue of the American Institute for Cancer Research dispels the confusion over stories claiming that tofu and soy milk can lead to breast growth or reduced testosterone levels.

      The recent analysis combined results from several studies, revealing that men who consumed the most soy foods were 26% less likely to develop prostate cancer. Another study found that hysterectomy rates were lowest among women whose diets contained the most soy foods, suggesting that soy reduces the risk of fibroids and endometriosis.

      Additionally, a study of men in their 50s and 60s found those who ate soy foods twice a day for three months showed no change in testosterone levels but a 14% drop in levels of PSA (an indicator of prostate growth used in screening for prostate cancer). Yet another study of children fed soy protein formula for more than six months showed no harmful effects.

      Soy beans contain high amounts of protein, including all essential amino acids (the only such vegetable source). Soy beans are also a rich source of calcium, iron, zinc, phosphorus, magnesium, B-vitamins, omega 3 fatty acids and fiber.

      To read the study article, visit www.FoodConsumer.org!

      Back to Basics in Beating Odds

      As a cancer survivor, Marilyn Joyce started her journey back to health and wellness by going back to basics. A registered dietitian with a doctorate in Psychology and Nutrition, she believes, "When it comes to illness, there are no magic bullets...But a simple, high quality diet and lifestyle regime will, at least, give a person a fighting chance."

      "The way we eat, think and live has everything to do with our ability to ward off, prevent or overcome illness,” according to Marilyn. “The less complicated, the more simplified, our lives and our diets are, the less infringements we will experience on our health as a whole.”

      Marilyn has been featured in numerous magazines and on radio and TV programs. She is an author, educator and internationally renowned speaker with more than thirty years of experience at the forefront of nutrition, health and education. Her best selling books include 5 Minutes to Health and I Can’t Believe It’s Tofu!

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