Using the traditional Taiwanese method, we carefully grind and boil the finest quality soybeans, then deftly transform this soy milk mixture into wholesome, nutritious tofu.
Every day we make small batches of tofu, soymilk and okara in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood.
Fresh tofu has a delicate flavor and texture unlike anything you’ve tried before. Our tofu will take your stir fry, grain bowl, soup or salad to a whole new level.
Visit Jenny’s Tofu Shop and learn how to elevate your tofu game! We can even show you how to make your own tofu using our delicious soy milk.
Tofu & Soymilk
Extra Firm Tofu
Slice it, dice it, even shred it into a veggie stir fry or soup for a satisfying, protein-packed meal.
Baked Turmeric Tofu
Earthy, pungent, and slightly bitter, turmeric is long revered in Chinese medicine as a powerful anti-inflammatory. Slice it into your favorite grain bowl to add a colorful, immune boosting punch of flavor.
Smoked Five Spice Tofu
Slice into matchsticks and stir fry with ginger, garlic, and string beans for a blast of umami spice.
Toss with shredded chicken and a spicy sauce for a delicious tangle of savory noodles.
Mung Bean Sprouts
Add a crunchy burst of nutrient dense sprouts to your next bowl of miso broth.
You’ve got to experience our fresh, creamy unsweetened soymilk—it’s totally different from anything you’ve ever tasted! Our sweetened soymilk is made fresh every day with a dash of sugarcane.
Five Spice Chili
A tasty way to save a ton of time in the kitchen preparing dinner after a long day. Serve over rice, noodles or skip the carbs altogether, our tofu salads are ready to eat whenever you are!
Chinese Red Peanut
The potluck is in 15 minutes and you forgot to prepare a dish! Our Chinese red peanut salad is dressed and ready to impress—sweet, savory, charming and tells the best stories. The kind of salad you bring home to your parents.
Spicy Stir Fry
How did I ruin stir fry? This is a question you will never have to ask yourself. We’ve made a lot of stir fry in our time and came up with the best recipe this side of the Mississippi. Visit your local organic grocer or Jenny’s tofu shop and let your tastebuds decide.