What is Tempeh?
What does Tempeh taste like?
Tempeh has a nutty flavor with firm, meaty texture, which can be used in a variety of dishes like Teriyaki Tempeh, BBQ Tempeh Ribs, Tempeh Bolognese.
How do I cook Tempeh?
Tempeh is super versatile and it absorbs flavours very well. You can slice, dice, or mince the tempeh and use it in a stir-fry, curry, sandwich, salad, pasta etc. Check out our recipe page or follow our Instagram page for more ideas.
Does Tempeh cause bloating?
Tempeh is easy to digest and does not cause bloating or gas. It goes through a natural process of fermentation, in which the active enzymes predigest the protein, fat, and carbohydrate content of the beans, allowing the nutrients to be more easily absorbed by the body.
Best way to store Tempeh?
- Freezer (below -12°C): Up to 3 months
- Fridge (0-4°C): Up to 5 days
- Thaw in the fridge overnight or steam it for 5-10 minutes
- Refreezing is not recommended
Is Tempeh gluten-free?
Tempeh is naturally gluten-free, but our products are produced in a factory where cereals containing gluten, eggs, milk, soybeans, nuts, and their products are also handled.
How can I tell if my Tempeh has gone bad?
Good tempeh should smell earthy and taste nutty, with a firm, moist texture. Tempeh contains beneficial bacteria that will continue to ferment at room temperature. The presence of dark areas is a sign that the tempeh has fully matured, it does not indicate spoilage. Off-odours, slimy texture, and pink discolouration are signs of spoilage. If you are unsure whether your tempeh has gone bad or not, send us a photo via email or Whatsapp.