Gourmet Tofu Press / Marinating Dish - Clear. TofuXpress removes moisture from tofu and other foods automatically without mess.
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- Press water out, let flavor in!
- Press tofu, veggies and more!
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The TofuXpress is the latest kitchen tool for vegetarians, flexitarians, or those who want to simply slash food prices and eat healthier!
~ Press tofu, veggies and more!
~ Make easy healthy meals for less.
The TofuXpress removes water efficiently from tofu to change its texture and allow for significant marination to occur. Tested over a 5-year period to consistently deliver desired results.
~ Equally effective in pressing liquid out of vegetables such as thawed chopped spinach, eggplant slices, shredded cabbage, etc.
~ The optional Light Tension #2 Spring attachment is best when working with cheeses, silken tofu, yogurts, and macrobiotic pressed salads.
~ Converts into a marinating dish - one kitchen tool does it all! The parts are made to fit together for convenient storage.
~ Made of FDA approved thermoplastic and stainless steel, and is built to last.
~ Made and assembled in the U.S. and is dishwasher-safe. Recently highlighted on ABC's World News with Diane Sawyer "Made In America".
- a Marinating Lid
- an Instruction Booklet and Recipe Guide.
- a TofuXpress blank Recipe Card (print as many Recipe Cards as you like from the Recipes page of our website)
- 1 year limited warranty.
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Top Customer Reviews
I wrote a review of this product a long while ago that was removed from the system because it documented too much of the awful customer service I received from this sub-standard company. So this time, besides noting that I received a horrible, unkind, bizarre phone call from the company's owner during the dinner hour, I'll stick to the product.
When this product is not broken, it does an minimally acceptable job of what it sets out to do. The job can be done equally well, though, by a couple of plates and a book. (And that won't cost you a thing.) And, as you'll see from the other reviews, these devices break very easily. In my time, I had two devices break. Both broke in ways that rendered them totally unusable.
Don't bother with these things. Look elsewhere.
Customer service also did not make it easy to order a replacement part, saying that options for this have been removed from their website and you must order it custom from them.
At the current price of ~ $40 + $10 s/h using this for a decade would mean we have a $250 press, not a $40 press as it has a limited life. I'm tired of products that don't last. If they really wanted to use the best materials they could offer a stainless steel option for $150 and I'd know this would last 40+ years.
I've uploaded a photo of the damage and will be purchasing a two plate screw down model that appears to be able to handle the torque stress on the plastic in a better fashion.
UPDATE - July 2012: I uploaded to Amazon a photo of the broken unit used under normal conditions as noted above. It was on Amazon for about a month after which it was removed. Buyer beware, there appears to be some censoring of low star reviews going on here.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
highly recommend! - great design, well made with quality materials ---- we've had this press for well over five years and it still works like new. Read morePublished 26 days ago by Wixie
I have two tofu presses, but this one is the one I use the most. I've always used it as directed, and never had a problem with it. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Terrance H. Heath
Loving my press for tofu, of course. I also use it to store my blocks of feta cheese. Pricey, but worth it, IMO.Published 2 months ago by Bianca T.
Just found out about the light tension spring that's now available for the TofuXpress and hopped on the computer to buy one. Read morePublished 2 months ago by The Sandlot
Having a problem making the spring tighter than what it is so then I can't seem to get a lot of water pressed out of my tofu.Published 3 months ago by Dee Ogle
Before I got this lovey contraption, I used to wrap my tofu in paper towels and then press it with a huge vinegar bottle. This way is so much better. Less useless waste. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Samantha Arias