here's what you need:
250g dried soybeans
2 liters water
1 teaspoon vinegar
wash and soak the soybeans overnight, I soaked mine right after dinner. the next morning they will look like these, drain them only when you are about to use them.
don't worry about the skins when you drain them.
put a cup of soy beans in the blender and add a cup of water slowly until it's pureed. do this by batches to make sure that the soybeans are blended smoothly like the consistency of thick soup.
squeeze out all the soymilk from the pulp, the pulp is called okara. there are a lot of uses for okara, I use mine as extender for meatballs, burgers, meatloaf for my non-vegan family. They never know the difference and maybe the day will come when I can veganize them without them knowing ;-) I also use this for my okara burger, I will blog about this sometime.
and here's how it turned out, fits right into the take out container, store it with water in the fridge, and change every other day until you use it, but I doubt it will last that long because home made tofu is just so YUM!
next time I'll try to blog about making tempeh another vegan mock meat, so stay tuned!