31 May 2013

Tofu Stir Fry & a Bee's Wrap Giveaway!

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One of my go-to weekday meals is stir fry. It's a bit old school, I know; but being such a quick + healthful meal with limitless versatility, it has stayed with me through the years.

And tofu is a great protien, particularly if you find it hard to completely omit meat from your diet. Due to the similarities in texture, it's a great substitute. And tofu takes on whatever flavors it's cooked with; so, if you're stir fry does include a meat, it's a good extender.

Draining your tofu is key to stir frying.
draining tofu
cooking with tofu
I simply place my block of tofu in a lined collander and place a couple of large cans on top. Let it sit for 30 minutes to allow the liquid to drain.
tofu recipe
I then cut my tofu into 1" cubes and stir fry in peanut oil. Once golden, add a little toasted sesame oil, a chopped garlic clove, & a tablespoon of toasted sesame seeds. Cook and aditional minute then set aside. Next, stir fry whatever fresh vege's you have on hand in the same manner. Lastly, I like to add a dash of soy for flavoring.
tofu stir fry
So quick & easy!

And see how I stored my leftovers?
plastic wrap alternatives
With my Bee's Wrap! 

On Wednesday I shared with you my love/hate relationship with plastic storage containers in the kitchen and my search for a food-safe alternative (The Bee's Knees - A Natural Alternative to Plastic Wrap). This product is such an amazing alternative.

I love the sweet smell of the beeswax and how the cloth conforms just by the warmth of my hands. I love that Bee's Wraps are a natural food-safe alternative; and I love that they can be re-used over & over again. Sarah says it so perfectly, "Bee's Wrap is an old fashioned solution that feels miraculous in the modern world!" So true. Before the advent of plastic wrap, this process of storing perishables was what our ancestors used.

And today I'm excited to announce that Bee's Wrap is offering a chance for you to win a set of  wraps for your very own! Yay! One lucky winner will receive the popular three-size set (one 7 x 8", one 10 x 11", and one 13 x 14" wrap). This set is the perfect start from which to build your collection - of which I am sure you will once you try them!
beeswax food wrap
                               This Giveaway is Now Closed                             
To enter, simply be a follower of {Home-ology} modern vintage then stop by the Bee's Wrap Facebook page & give them a like (Bee's Wrap offers special discounts to its FB followers). Lastly, leave a comment in today's post so we can count your entry. 

That's it! Thanks so much Bee's Wrap


Now for the nitty gritty:
                                This Giveaway is Now Closed                              
Giveaway starts on Friday, May 31, 2013 and ends Friday, June 7, 2013. Comments will close by 9 am EST on Friday. The winner will be chosen via Random Number Generator shortly after and announced in Monday's post. One entry per person. Giveaway is open to residents of U.S. only. Must be 18+. Winner will have 48 hours to respond & confirm.

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8 comments :

  1. Thanks Sarah for this recipe. I had no idea how to prepare tofu, but will definitely try it now. The Bee's Wrap sounds amazing!

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  2. I am a follower of yours and liked there page. That wrap sounds like a great product.

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  3. You are the one who got me to LOVE tofu with this recipe and now we make it all the time too! Bee's wrap sounds awesome, I too love the way bee's wax smells and this sounds like a simple space saving solution too!

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  4. I would love to try this. I hate using plastic also. We have tried merging to class but the tops are still plastic.

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  5. I have always hated using plastic, would love to to try this

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  6. I follow you and liked on FB!! Plastic is a nightmare, love seeing that there is an alternative

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  7. Looks like a great product & enjoy your blog!

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  8. I am a follower and i like on facebook - tony l smoaks.

    i love this and can't wait to try it
    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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