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Me too. Once you cook it, it lasts a few days. The water in the original packaging is to preserve it. Once you open it and cook it, it is good to go. Don't worry.
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I store tofu in dishes all the time with no problem. If it isn't cooked (like if I only use half a block), I usually put the leftovers in a plastic bag and freeze it. It changes the texture but works well in stews and such.
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I've stored leftovers for two days with no problem. That is, already cooked in stir fry or something like that. :)
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The main reason to keep it in water is to keep it from drying out. Once it's cooked, it shouldn't be a problem.
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I know that once you open the tofu you have to store it in water and change the water everyday. But what if I make a stirfry and I have leftovers? Can I just store the whole thing in the fridge or do I have to toss the unused, cooked tofu in the trash?
Edited by: TYLERSMOM430 at: 11/28/2007 (15:15)
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