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Organic Soy Tempeh

Organic Soy Tempeh

Discover the rich, authentic taste of our traditionally crafted, organic Tempeh.
Perfect for curries, marinades, or as nutritious mince.
Cultured with care in Norfolk, inspired by Indonesian mastery.
This high-protein, prebiotic-rich wholefood is plant-based, gluten-free, and always organic.
Nourish your body, delight your palate. Fresh never pasteurised.
Regular price £8.49
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Size: 500g

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  • High-Quality Protein

    Tempeh is a rich source of plant-based protein. It contains all nine essential amino acids, making it a complete protein source. This can be particularly beneficial for vegetarians and vegans who may struggle to get enough high-quality protein in their diets.

  • Prebiotics and Gut Health

    Tempeh is a fermented food which contains prebiotics and is rich in fibre. This promotes a healthy gut microbiome, aiding digestion, and enhancing overall gut health, while potentially boosting the immune system.

  • Nutrient-Rich

    Tempeh is packed with essential nutrients such as iron, calcium, magnesium, and B vitamins, including B12. It's also a good source of dietary fibre. Consuming Tempeh can help meet your daily nutritional needs and promote overall health and well-being.

What's in the product

Organic Soya beans, starter culture (rhizopus oligosporus, rice).

"By far the best Tempeh in the UK!’ You really can taste the freshness! It’s just like being back in Bali"
Joe Newell

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Serving Suggestion

Fried: Preheat olive oil in the frying pan over a medium heat. Remove all packaging and cut the Tempeh to your desired shape and place it in the pan. Cook for 5-7 minutes turning occasionally until golden brown. Check if the food is piping hot.

Baked: Preheat Oven to Gas Mark 5 (190C). Remove all packaging. Cut the Tempeh to your desired shape then place the Tempeh on a baking tray and drizzle with olive oil. Mix with the Tempeh and carefully place the tray in the oven. Bake for up to IO - 15 minutes and safely turn the Tempeh mid way through cooking time for the best result.

Ingredients

Organic Soya beans, starter culture (rhizopus oligosporus, rice).
Allergens: Soya

Storage

Our fresh Tempeh has a chilled shelf life of 11 days from fermentation, we always aim to send you the freshest Tempeh with the longest shelf life possible, always check the use by date on the packaging. Once opened consume the fresh Tempeh within 2 days or alternatively freeze the Tempeh.

NUTRITIONAL INFORMATION

Typical Values per 100g

Energy 188Kcal
Fat 10.8g
Of whichsaturated 0.65g
Carbohydrates 5.39g
of which sugars >0.5g
Fibre 7.4g
Protein 19g
Salt 0.04g

FAQ

What is Tempeh?

Tempeh is a nutrient-dense, wholefood and plant-based protein source made from fermented soybeans. Originating in Indonesia, it boasts a nutty flavour, meaty texture, and is prized for its protein and gut health benefits.

How do I cook Tempeh?

Tempeh's versatility is mind-blowing! Marinate it for stir-fries, crumble it into tacos, bake it into Tempeh bacon, or pan-fry it for satisfying steaks. The possibilities are endless! Check out our recipes!

Is Tempeh healthy?

Absolutely! Tempeh is a complete protein, meaning it has all the essential amino acids your body needs. It's also high in fibre, iron, vitamins, and prebiotics, making it a fantastic addition to a healthy diet.

Does Tempeh taste like meat?

Tempeh has its own distinct, slightly nutty flavour that's not quite like meat. However, it does have a firm meaty texture. Tempeh’s ability to soak up marinades and sauces makes it a fantastic meat substitute in many dishes.

Can I freeze Tempeh?

Definitely! Freezing is a great way to extend Tempeh's shelf life. Simply wrap it tightly in cling film or store it in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 6 months. Make sure it's within the use by date on the packaging. Once defrosted, use it for 2 days. (Top Tip: we recomend you cut the tempeh into portion sizes before freezing).

What are those black spots on my Tempeh?

No need to worry! Those are just harmless spores from the starter culture used in fermentation. They're completely safe to eat, but you can scrape them off if you prefer.

Customer Reviews

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Amy Dury
So so good

Much nicer than stuff in the shops, softer, tastier. Definitely buying more.

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April S
Great flavour

Love this tempeh. (I wasn’t sure before I ordered as I’ve had tempeh in the past that I liked okay and some not so much…now I wonder if that was because of a lower quality product). This is so tasty. I will be ordering again.

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cindy Z
Fresh and Light

I tried Club cultured’s fresh tempeh for the first time not expecting there to be a huge difference between it and ordinary shop bought , but I was wrong . The texture of the fresh is so much softer and lighter and it absorbed flavourings very well and crisped up in the pan very well . I have used it in wraps, pad thai and ramen and it has behaved and tasted great . I have frizen a couple of blocks and will be using this going forward .

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A.A.

Love tempeh and this one was a great size, really good idea re local production, being organic and being unpasteurised. The only thing that wad a bit off was the taste. Needs a lot of spice and flavouring.

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Shikha Lowe
Unsure if it’s worth the money

I’ve been told that never to eat raw tempeh so unsure how this unpasteurized tempeh which is being marketed as superior ,is supposed to be eaten -all your recipes show it being cooked so how can that retain any probiotic content ?!
Defeating the object of buying this product

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