Ready To Cook
Though still a young little yuba, our Hikiage yuba has a little more structure than yubas No. 1 and 2. The alluring milky sheets offer a firm bite and hold their shape, but are at the same time soft, plump, and delicate. Because of the sweet, mild flavor and the way Hikiage slides off your tongue, it’s sometimes called “the sashimi of tofu.” Another delicious fact: Making this such an elaborate, handcrafted process, that Hodo is the only maker of fresh, organic, non-GMO yuba in the US.
Ways to enjoy
Cut into strips and mix into a seaweed salad
Sprinkle with soy and a dash of wasabi
Pair it with rice for veggie sushi