Make Your Own Tofu
Last week we showed you how to make your own soy milk. If you like silken tofu you can make your own using your homemade soy milk, a bit of Epsom salt, and a few ramekins or other small containers. This will make silken tofu that you can further process into firm tofu by pressing out moisture.
Culinary blog Serious Eats provides a simple recipe for silken tofu: Dissolve ½ teaspoon of Epsom salt in 2 tablespoons of water and add this to chilled soy milk and distribute the mixture to your ramekins. Add the ramekins to a pan and pour enough water in the pan to almost reach the top of the ramekins, add a towel over the pan, and secure that towel with a lid. Simmer for 10 minutes until the tofu jiggles like a custard, then remove from the heat and allow tofu to set at room temperature for a few minutes.
via Make Your Own Tofu.