Drain it first as the water around it can taste a little odd. Silken tofu is also great blended with herbs and a little cider vinegar to make salad dressing.
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I often cook with regular, firm tofu but I've never used silken before. I bought a box of it to add to smoothies, but I'm not sure how to use it. Do I drain it first? Do I just dump a portion into the blender?
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