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  1. jill says

    Kath – I’ve just recently started adding tofu to some of my recipes. Do you find it helps the tofu texture if it’s pressed? We’ve only purchased extra-firm, so I haven’t been pressing it to drain any excess moisture, and I’m a total beginner so I’m not sure how soft it should be.
    These nachos look like they’d be delicious, but I think I’d just want to scoop a serving into a bowl and use a big spoon!

    • KathEats says

      It’s up to you and your preference! Twin OaKS that we buy is really dry already so I never press it. Pressing is best if you’re baking it and want it to crisp up.

    • Elise says

      I’d definitely advise pressing your tofu–even the extra firm kind! The more moisture you can get out of there, the better the texture of your tofu (for dishes like these, or other baked or fried tofu recipes.) You can press it with dish towels and heavy books for 30 minutes. That’ll do the trick.

  2. Lindsay says

    Oh YUM! This looks so good! We’re big on pull-together “snack” dinners too. Can’t wait to birth this baby and then make these with a big ol’ glass of WINE!

  3. Tiffany says

    Hi Kath, were you ever able to replicate the chia pod oats? I tried but it wasn’t the same. If your recipe was successful, would you please share it? Thanks and happy new year!!

    Ps. happy birthday to Mr. Mazen ๐Ÿ™‚

    • KathEats says

      No I haven’t tried! Thanks for the reminder. I tried replicating my gyms overnight oats which are apple cinnamon too with no luck. Tricky!

  4. Amanda says

    I love all these ingredients. But were these hard to eat/messy? Looks like a lot of components on top of some small pita chips. How did everything stay on!? ๐Ÿ™‚

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