Cookbook:Okara

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Okara is a spongy, crumbly by-product of the soy milk and tofu-making process. While it is edible, it has little nutritional value and doesn't appeal to the palates of most people.

However, it can be made both more palatable and more nutritious by fermenting into tempe gembus, a form of tempeh made from okara.