- From Indonesian (Wiktionary)
- Indonesian tempe, from Javanese, soybean cakes. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“A cousin oftofu, tempeh is a “cake” madeof whole soybeans that has been fermented.”
“In an effort to make it healthier, the tempeh is baked in big chunks - making it not nearly as tasty as when you slice it thin and fry it.”
“You’d have better luck buying tempeh from a butcher in Weiner’s Brooklyn district.”
“I ordered the spicy Reuben (made with tempeh, which is like tofu but a bit stronger) with a side salad, while my compatriots got a vegetarian burger with cheese and a bowl of potato-leek soup with a salad.”
“I know that she later went on to do a lot of this micro-lending work, where women's groups get small loans in order to, for example, develop a business in sewing clothes or in making some kind of food, like there's a soybean product called tempeh, and very popular in Indonesia.”
“His wife and two children snacked on slabs of fried fermented soy, known as tempeh, and tossed the cake-like staple into bland bowls of noodles and soup.”
“However, other, fermented soy products such as tempeh, miso, and soy sauce are still confidently recommended.”
“The problem with tofu and other unfermented soya products, as opposed to fermented soy foods such as tempeh and miso, is that they contain "antinutrients" that offset any nutritional gains.”
“Soybeans (Glycine max) are one of the important crops of Indonesia, serving as the raw material of many soybean-based traditional fermented and non-fermented foods, such as tempeh, kecap, taoco, and tahu.”
“Traditional fermented foods such as tempeh, oncom, tape, kecap, and taoco are widely consumed in Indonesia.”
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