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Tempeh is fermented soy food that originated on the island of Java in Indonesia. It’s made with a fermentation process that binds soybeans into a cake, sort of like a veggie burger patty. The fermentation of soybeans really brings out their nutritional value making it superior to tofu. It contains more vitamins, dietary fiber, and protein than tofu.
Noble Bean Organic Sea Vegetable Tempeh is delicious, certified organic, kosher, vegan and gluten-free. Its nutty flavour and firm texture makes it a great meat alternative and perfect addition to any healthy meal. Steaming, baking, and frying are all popular ways of preparing tempeh. It can also be incorporated into stews, soups, and grilled kebabs.
Ingredients: Organic soybeans, filtered water, arame, dulse, rhizopus cutlture.
Does not contain: Gluten, Milk, Eggs.
After an amazing 34 years of making tempeh, Allan and Susan Brown were ready to pass on their great legacy to the new owners of Noble Bean. So, who are these new owners anyway, you might ask? Well, you could say that they're Noble Bean's greatest fans. They're two young restauranteurs from Nova Scotia who have owned and operated Montreal's vegan restaurant "Aux Vivres" for the last 15 years.
Aux Vivres translates into "the goods, and the source of life". They feel like they are the perfect marriage of NobleBean and Aux Vivres, and are thrilled to get things started. They met Allan and Susan seven years ago and started using tempeh in their recipes. Their customers loved it and the demand for tempeh grew each year. They found themselves making bigger and bigger orders from NobleBean. To make a long story short, They were the perfect match when Noble Bean was searching for someone to carry on their great tradition of tempeh making.
They’ve built a new state of the art tempeh shop in the heart of Montreal. They‘re committed to producing the finest organic tempeh using the techniques that have been passed on to them from our original tempeh heroes.
You may be wondering if anything has changed? Well the packaging has changed and they are offering some amazing new products. Has the quality changed? Not one bit.
They are focused on producing only the best tempeh for you. Welcome to the next generation of Noble Bean.