If you want to keep some for baking, or for putting in smoothies, or for any kind of blended application (e.g. in dips) where you're going to whazz it mightily with other ingredients, by all means freeze it.
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My boyfriend's brother gave me a case of tofu for my birthday (he works at a place that makes tofu). I was so excited until I got home last night and realized it's silken tofu!! My favorite way to use tofu is to slice and bake it, but this is silken tofu! What in the world am I going to do with it. I'm not interested in making desserts or smoothies with it.
I'm definitely going to google some recipes, but I thought maybe someone here might have some ideas for me.
The box says "do not freeze" but I'm wondering if I freeze it maybe I can still slice it and bake it...oh, i don't know...help!
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