from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. One of the mineral concretions usually about the joints, occurring chiefly in gouty persons.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Tophus.
- n. Tufa. See under Tufa, and Toph.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A variant of tophus for toph.
Pickles are often a part of bibimbap so I used some of the leftovers from the ones I made earlier in the month, so the plate line up is, from beside the fork, the bok choy, pickles, daikon saute, bap sauce, tofus, and peppers.
Everything worked out well, when my rice cooker beeped my tofus were ready to come out as well as my bok, and my salad had chilled long enough that the cukes were vinegary and crisp and lemony.
Put the tofus on a foil-lined (make sure to line it with foil or it will be a bitch to clean later) baking sheet – the kind with edges.
The most important fact is that the relationship of Latin tōfus and Etruscan tupi cannot be labeled a "modern blogger speculation" at all since blogs hadn't been invented yet ** in 1932 when Fiesel's article entitled Etruskisch tupi and lateinisch tofus had been published in Studi Etruschi **!
The etymology of Latin tofus 'tufa' isn't written ...
The etymology of Latin tofus 'tufa' isn't written in stone
I agree very much with that, actually I'd question equally all those connecting tupi with tofus.
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But I have seen other extra-firm tofus that are not as firm.
Having never lived in Texas, I cannot give you a specific answer, Meagan, but what you can do is go around to the larger Chinese or Asian Markets around the city and look in the refrigerated cases where the other tofus live.
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