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Tofu is one of those masters-of-disguise in the food world. Its taste and texture totally depend on the way that it's prepared. It's health benefits are fantastic, being one of those veggie protein sources containing all necessary amino acids.
There's a Thai restaurant in Broad Ripple (hope it's still there!) that serves some simply killer fried tofu with peanut dipping sauce. It's an appetizer, but just get two orders and you're set for awhile.
Tofu, if made right, is amazing. The trick is it has to be made right... you can't just slap tofu in something... tofu has no taste of its own, and needs to be prepared with stuff that properly gives it a taste.
Tofu is rather tasty. The first time I had it, a friend of mine was making stirfry and put some in without telling us. I loved it. Then, later, another friend of mine was having some from China X in the village, general's tofu....I absolutely enjoyed every last bite. However, it's not for everyone...my mother tends to dislike it. But oh well, ro each his/her own