- Soak raw soybeans overnight.
- Grind, boil, and strain the soybeans to produce soymilk.
- Add a coagulant to the soymilk, which causes it to separate into curds (the solid part) and whey (the liquid part). Drain the mixture in molds and weight it.
- Cook it and eat!
Now, I wonder--Does this mean that you can simply take soymilk and coagulate it? I'm all for saving myself the first two steps. And what is used to coagulate the soymilk?