ciri-ciri kedelai berkualitas

Mengetahui Ciri-ciri Kedelai dengan Kualitas Bagus

Mengetahui Ciri-ciri Kedelai dengan Kualitas Bagus

Dalam pembuatan tempe, kedelai merupakan salah satu bahan baku yang utama. Tempe sendiri mempunyai berbagai jenis yang tidak semuanya bisa digunakan sebagai bahan baku pembuatan tempe. Untuk tempe yang digunakan sebagai bahan baku tempe biasanya yang berwarna kuning agak kecoklatan. Kedelai berasal dari negara Cina, Korea yang kemudian menyebar ke Jepang, Taiwan, India, Indonesia hingga Amerika.

Kedelai Amerika mempunyai bentuk bulat dan agak besar ukurannya dibandingkan dengan kedelai lokal sehingga lebih cocok bila digunakan sebagai bahan baku pembuatan tempe. Di Indonesia kedelai Amerika sudah dikembangkan di beberapa tempat dengan nama Edaname. Cirinya mempunyai warna kuning merata.

Kedelai termasuk famili kacang-kacangan (Leguminosae). Kedelai sendiri mempunyai banyak varietas seperti Guntur, Galunggung, Lokon, Merapi, Shakti, Orba,Davros. Sedangkan varietas yang berasal dari Taiwan seperti Taichung.  Varietas tersebut mempunyai keunggulan dalam hasil panen maupun kadar protein dan kadar lemak yang berbeda-beda.

Dalam pembuatan tempe diperlukan kedelai yang berkualitas agar menghasilkan tempe yang kualitasnya juga bagus. Disamping itu bahan baku lainnya juga harus memenuhi syarat seperti ragi berkualitas, sarana dan prasarana yang bersih dan air yang tidak mengandung kaporit. Air yang digunakan sebaiknya air bersih dari sumbernya agar fermentasi berhasil dengan baik.

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Kedelai adalah bahan baku utama dalam pembuatan tempe | Image 1 : m.kaskus.co.id

Kedelai adalah bahan baku utama dalam pembuatan tempe | Image 1 : m.kaskus.co.id

Bagaimana ciri-ciri kedalai yang berkualitas?

  • Kuning merata agak kecoklatan
    Kedelai yang digunakan untuk pembuatan tempe adalah yang warnanya kuning merata agak kecoklatan. Untuk kedelai sendiri disamping warna kuning kecoklatan ada yang warnanya hitam legam, dengan bentuk yang lebih kecil dibandingkan kedelai kuning. Kedelai hitam biasanya dijadikan bahan baku pembuatan kecap.
  • Bulat
    Ciri kedelai selanjutnya adalah bentuknya yang bulat. Untuk kedelai dengan bentuk agak pipih biasanya jarang digunakan karena agak sulit untuk lunak dan tidak mudah berkembang jadi biasanya yang digunakan untuk membuat tempe yang bentuknya bulat.
  • Kering
    Kedelai yang basah akan menghasilkan tempe yang berbeda dengan kedelai yang kering saat memulai tahap pencucian. Kedelai yang basah bila dicuci dan di rendam akan mudah busuk yang berimbas pada rasa tempe yang kurang lezat. Untuk itu pastikan kedelai yang akan digunakan telah benar-benar bersih dan kering. Bila masih kurang kering bisa dijemur pada tampah yang bersih agar saat direndam dan rebus air tetap jernih dan kedelai tetap utuh.
  • Cukup Tua
    Kedelai yang bagus adalah kedelai yang cukup tua saat dipanen. Dengan demikian tempe tidak akan terasa pahit kala menyantapnya. Kedelai muda akan menghasilkan tempe yang pahit dan kapang tidak akan tumbuh sempurna. Untuk itu pastikan saat akan membuat tempe, kedelai cukup tua. Biasanya ditandai dengan kulit yang mulus, tidak berkeriput, padat. Sedangkan yang muda kulit tidak rata, bergelombang atau agak keriput dan tidak padat. Nilai gizi yang terkandung dalam kedelai muda tidak sama dengan nilai gizi kedelai yang telah cukup umur.
  • Padat
    Salah satu dari kedelai yang baik adalah padat. Setelah merebus kedelai, biasanya kedelai yang terapung akan dibuang karena kurang baik untuk digunakan sebagai tempe. Ada beberapa penyebab kedelai tersebut kurang berkualitas salah satunya mungkin telah dimakan sejenis semut atau kedelai yang telah dipanen sebelum waktunya. Jadi kurang baik digunakan sebagai bahan baku pembuatan tempe. Kedelai yang terapung dibuang bersama dengan kulit kacang kedelai. Limbah tersebut masih bisa digunakan sebagai makanan tambahan untuk sapi, sementara air untuk merebus kedelai digunakan sebagai air minuman yang bervitamin bagi sapi.
Kedelai yang bagus dan berkualitas memiliki ciri-ciri tersendiri | Image 2 : mediatani.co

Kedelai yang bagus dan berkualitas memiliki ciri-ciri tersendiri | Image 2 : mediatani.co

Itulah beberapa hal menjadi ciri-ciri kedelai yang berkualitas untuk digunakan sebagai bahan baku pembuatan tempe. Untuk itu saat membeli, anda harus teliti agar produksi tempe anda memuaskan dan mempunyai citarasa yang enak.

Dan jika Anda ingin membuat tempe dan sudah menemukan kedelai yang cocok, silahkan bisa langsung membuat tempe. Dalam pembuatan tempe tentu harus menggunakan ragi yang membantu proses fermentasi kedelai sebelum menjadi tempe yang sempurna. Menggunakan ragi tempe merk Raprima bisa menjadi solusinya.

Ragi merk Raprima salah satu produk yang terkenal untuk membantu proses pembuatan tempe

Ragi merk Raprima salah satu produk yang terkenal untuk membantu proses pembuatan tempe

Ragi raprima sudah cukup terkenal dimata para pembuat tempe. Ragi merk Raprima salah satu merk ragi terkenal yang bisa membantu mensukseskan dalam proses pembuatan tempe.

Kami dari tempebumbung.wordpress.com menyediakan ragi tempe merk Raprima yang bisa dikirim ke seluruh wilayah Indonesia bahkan Luar Negeri. Untuk pengiriman menggunakan JNE, JNT, Pos Indonesia mapun RLN. Untuk konsultasi juga bisa hubungi kami kapan saja, kami siap membantu proses pembuatan tempe jika ada kendala maupun masalah.

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Ragi tempe raprima sering digunakan para pecinta tempe untuk membantu membuat tempe yang lezat

Pemesanan Ragi Tempe Raprima Pesanan Ibu Intan di Jepang

Pemesanan Ragi Tempe Raprima Pesanan Ibu Intan di Jepang

Ragi tempe raprima merupakan salah satu bahan yang penting dalam pembuatan tempe. Saat pembuatan tempe, ragi berguna untuk  proses fermentasi kedelai menjadi tempe. Ragi merk Raprima sering digunakan oleh para pembuat tempe untuk membantu keberhasilannya dalam membuat tempe yang lezat. Kami tempebumbung.wordpress.com menyediakan ragi tempe Raprima baik ukuran 500gr dan 100gr.

Tempe merupakan makanan khas Indonesia yang memiliki rasa gurih dan lezat. Maka dari itu banyak rakyat Indonesia yang menjadikan tempe sebagai hidangan utama sehari-hari ataupun lauk tambahan untuk menemani masakan sayur yang telah dibuat. Pengolahan tempe bisa berbagai cara baik digoreng, ditumis, dipanggang maupun dibakar. Tak hanya itu saja, masakan Tempe juga bisa dipadu padankan dengan berbagai jenis bahan lainnya untuk membuat hidangan menjadi lebih nikmat diantaranya seperti perkedel tempe, tempe penyet, lumpia tempe dan aneka hidangan lainnya.

Tempe dapat diolah menjadi berbagai menu makanan yang lezat dan enak | Image 1 : civileats.com

Tempe dapat diolah menjadi berbagai menu makanan yang lezat dan enak | Image 1 : civileats.com

Berbagai jenis hidangan yang berbahan dasar tempe khas Indonesia memang membuat kita merasa rindu jika jauh dari kampung halaman. Cita rasanya yang nikmat memang akan jarang kita rasakan jika berada jauh dari tanah air. Maka dari itu banyak warga Indonesia yang berada di luar negeri yang terkadang ingin mencoba berbagai jenis hidangan khas Indonesia untuk menu sehari-hari saat berada di negri orang.

Dahulu jika ingin memakan tempe atau membuat tempe harus di buat di Indonesia dahulu, karena ragi ataupun bahan-bahan yang digunakan hanya ada di Indonesia. Namun seiring berkembangnya zaman, ekspedisi kargo semakin canggih, untuk membuat tempe di Luar Negeri cukup memesan ragi tempe dari Indonesia lalu dikirim ke Luar Negeri. Pengiriman juga aman dan tidak terlalu lama.

Ragi tempe raprima sering digunakan para pecinta tempe untuk membantu membuat tempe yang lezat

Ragi tempe raprima sering digunakan para pecinta tempe untuk membantu membuat tempe yang lezat

Beberapa hari yang lalu ada customer yang menghubungi kami tempebumbung.wordpress.com . Beliau adalah Ibu Intan. Ibu Intan ini adalah warga asli Indonesia yang berasal dari Blora Jawa Tengah. Namun saat ini beliau sedang berada di negara Jepang. Kecintaannya terhadap tanah air terutama makanan khas membuat Ibu Intan ingin mencoba membuat tempe saat di Jepang.

Tempe adalah makanan yang sudah tidak asing lagi bagi warga Indonesia bahkan warga negara asing pun sudah mengenalnya. Itulah jenis makanan yang membuat Ibu Intan rindu akan makanan khas Indonesia. Maka dari itu Ibu Intan sengaja memesan ragi ke tempat kami untuk mencoba membuat tempe disana setelah membuka website kami di tempebumbung.wordpress.com.

Seperti di website kami di tempebumbung.wordpress.com kami melayani pemesanan ragi dari luar negeri. Tetapi berbeda dari pengiriman ragi pesanan Ibu Intan. Beliau tidak menginginkan untuk ragi yang dipesan dikirim hingga dinegara Jepang melainkan dikirim ke rekannya yang berada di Bandung Jawa Barat, yang rencananya rekannya tersebut yang akan mengirimkan ke negara Jepang. Memang selain pengiriman ke Luar Negeri kami tempebumbung.wordpress.com juga sering mengirimkan ke berbagai wilayah di Indonesia menggunakan ekspedisi JNE, JNT atau Pos Indonesia.

Sebenarnya kami bisa mengirimkan ke Ibu Intan di Jepang menggunakan RLN atau Pos Indonesia, namun karena Ibu Intan sudah menghubungi rekannya untuk mengirimkan raginya sendiri ke Jepang jadi kami hanya mengirimkan ke Bandung di tempat rekannya itu.

Sebagai tambahan informasi saja, kami sudah cukup sering mengirimkan ragi tempe Raprima ke Luar Negeri contohnya seperti Filipina, Vietnam, Mexico, Malaysia, Australia, Canada, India dan masih banyak lagi yang lainnya. Pengiriman ke Luar Negeri menggunakan dokumen-dokumen yang perlu dipersiapkan supaya pengiriman tetap aman dan sampai ditangan pembeli. Maka dari itu kami sudah mempersiapkan persyaratan dokumen yang dibutuhkan jadi semua tetap aman.

Pengiriman ragi tempe raprima dapat menjangkau ke seluruh wilayah Indonesia hahkan dunia

Pengiriman ragi tempe raprima dapat menjangkau ke seluruh wilayah Indonesia hahkan dunia

Silahkan baca artikel:

https://tempebumbung.wordpress.com/2016/09/17/daftar-negara-untuk-pengiriman-ragi-tempe-raprima/

Seperti biasa ragi kami kirimkan melalui jasa Pos Indonesia dan sesuai dengan prosedur pemesanan ragi ditempat kami 3 hari dari masuk order ragi akan kami kirimkan. Kami akan memastikan bahwa ragi sudah diterima dalam keadaan tetap bagus dan bisa digunakan untuk pembuatan tempe.

Kami juga akan membantu Anda jika dalam proses pembuatan tempe ada kendala ataupun masalah. Konsultasi via WA akan kami layani untuk memperlancar pembuatan tempe Anda.

Bagaimana apakah Anda tertarik untuk membuat tempe dirumah sendiri??? 🙂

Apabila Anda tertarik, silahkan hubungi kami kapan saja untuk mendapatkan ragi tempe merek raprima. Kami menyediakan dari pembelian eceran partai kecil maupun pembelian ragi tempe raprima dalam partai besar atau grosir. Hubungi kami sekarang juga baik via WA atau telepon di bawah ini :

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Selling The Best Tempeh Starter Overseas, Raprima Tempeh Starter

Selling The Best Tempeh Starter Overseas, Raprima Tempeh Starter

IMPORTANT! INOKULUM 500gr TEMPEH STARTER CULTURE RAGI TEMPE RAPRIMA

A good quality tempeh starter will give an effect to the produced tempeh

A good quality tempeh starter will give an effect to the produced tempeh

DESCRIPTION of The Product

Raprima tempeh starter is a famous Indonesian brand of starter. It is usually called “Ragi Tempe”. Raprima tempeh starter contains Rhizopus Oligosprus based tempeh starter, produced in controlled, which is used to grow spores fungus in making tempeh. This starter is produced in a controlled, totally safe environment and regularly tested by the Government. Our tempeh starter is HALAL, safe, and suitable for vegetarians or vegans.

Produced by:

PT. Aneka Fermentasi Industri (AFI) Bandung – Indonesia.

Technology License:

Pusat Penelitian Kimia LIPI

Certification:

Registered by National Agency of Drug and Food Control (NA-DFC) with product number BPOM RI MD 256928001051.

Also registered by the “HALAL” certification agencies, Indonesian Ulema Council with product number LPPOM 01311082190113.

Package:

The weight of 1 pack is 500gr, but we also provide a repack size for 100 gram and 300 gram.

Raprima Tempeh Starter is one of the best brands of tempeh starter that widely used by many people.

Raprima Tempeh Starter is one of the best brands of tempeh starter that widely used by many people.

About Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima tempeh starter is one of the best brands of tempeh starter that widely used by Indonesian tempeh craftsmen, including us. We have started in a business of making tempeh since 1960. But, due to some reason, now we only provide the tempeh starter only and no more produce tempeh for a big scale or for marketed tempeh. Sometimes, we only make tempeh in a small scale and for personal consumption. 

From our experience in making tempeh, Raprima tempeh starter is a good quality of tempeh starter. Based on what we can say that? Exactly, from our experience and from the quality itself. Why Raprima tempeh starter? This is the reason why you have try Raprima tempeh starter.

1. In the form of fine powder which is easily weighed and dosed

Raprima tempeh starter will help and facilitate you in the way of measuring when you would like to make tempeh and add them in the soybeans. You will easy to weigh, whether in gram or in the measuring spoon.

2. Has good quality and stable for either large or small scale tempeh production

Not every people make tempeh to commercial purpose. Sometimes their intention are only for personal consumption. Raprima tempeh starter is one of the best choice because it is suitable for large or small production. We also provide small packaging (repack) for you, which is 100 gram and 300 gram.

The form of Raprima tempeh starter is a powder, so you will easily measure it when you would like to make tempeh by yourself.

The form of Raprima tempeh starter is a powder, so you will easily measure it when you would like to make tempeh by yourself.

3. Produce delicious tempeh with thick white fur and can be strored longer

One of the characteristic of good tempeh is have a yellowish-white fur and covering the soybeans entirely. This will be more effective if helped by the proper temperature in the process of fermentation. Raprima tempeh starter is free of pathogenic bacteria, contains only rhizopus oligosporus spores and white rice flour, also does not contain MSG or preservatives. 

How To Get Raprima Tempeh Starter?

Because of its quality, a lot of people are interest with Raprima tempeh starter. They want to make tempeh on their own. But, where to buy tempeh starter? To get tempeh starter, you don’t need to worry again because you can get easily from us, Tempe Bumbung. 

How To Order Raprima Tempeh Starter From Us?

  1. The customer directly contact us via email or WhatsApp
  2. The customer determines the amount of tempeh starter to be ordered

  3. The customer sends the complete address and phone number

  4. The total price will be given

  5. The customers transfer to our PayPal account or other method

  6. Item will be sent via EMS Pos Indonesia

  7. The tracking number will be given

Tempeh is a soy-based fermented food that contains a lot of nutrition, but nowadays soy-free tempeh is easy to find.

Tempeh is a soy-based fermented food that contains a lot of nutrition, but nowadays soy-free tempeh is easy to find.

Who Are We?

Making Indonesia tempeh is our family business since 1960. We have established this business for years so we can be proud saying that we have experted in this field. We are here to help you make your own tempeh at home. If you have something to share, please fell free to contact us. Our team will be very happy to provide you clear information you need. If you need information on how to make tempeh in correct way, or you need to share your difficulty in making tempeh, we will be very happy to help you as much as possible. 

We are Tempe Bumbung and we are providing whole food tempeh starter which is Raprima tempeh starter, whether in original size (500gram) or small size (100 gram or 300 gram). You can directly contact us if you are need to know more about our product or you want to order our product.

Order The Best Tempeh Starter With Us!

With the increasing interest of tempeh, making tempeh starter much sought after. One of them is the Raprima tempeh starter. We provide whole foods tempeh starter and we are ready to send our products to various countries in the world. As tempeh starter UK, tempeh starter Vancouver, Singapore starter tempeh, New Zealand starter tempeh, etc.

If you have any questions, concerns, or comments please don’t hesitate to contact us via email or phone and we will be very happy to help. Contact us directly via:

Call/SMS/WA

+62 857 4849 1242

E-mail:

tempebumbung@gmail.com

Address:

Maron, Donoharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55581

 

THANK YOU!

GOOD LUCK AND ENJOY YOUR SHOPPING!

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FAQ about tempeh.

FAQ About Tempeh, Let’s Find Out Here! – Tempe Bumbung

Tempeh FAQs, Let’s Find Out Here!

Here we will provide as well as answer a list of questions that are frequently asked by our customers or people who are interested in tempeh.

1. What is tempeh?

Tempeh is defined as “the product fermented from soybeans with the help of Rhizopus sp mold”. Simply said, tempeh is a fermented soybean made by a natural culturing and a controlled fermentation process. This process includes adding a tempeh starter, which is a mix of live mold. When tempeh sits for a day or two, it becomes a cake-like, fermented food product. It looks like in the form of cake, with grayish white color and unique smell. Some information related to tempeh :

2. How is the taste of tempeh?

The taste of tempeh is quite difficult to describe. It has a unique flavor and aroma, and a firm nutty texture. The texture and flavor of tempeh is nothing alike. It has a much stronger flavor than tofu. It is savory and nutty. The taste of tempeh is quite difficult to explain. It can be like mushrooms or chicken, but in fact, there is no way of telling what a particular brand tastes like until you taste it yourself.

3. How to make tempeh?

Making tempeh begins with soaking and cooking soybeans until tender. Then cooled and given tempeh starter, then be formed in rectangular or other shapes with a height of 2-3 cm and then let stand or fermented for 24-48 hours. For recipes, complete guide, and steps to make tempeh, you can click here.

Tempeh is a healthy food that you can consume every day to replace meat.

Tempeh is a healthy food that you can consume every day to replace meat.

4. Is tempeh healthy?

Soybean is a good source of nutrition and contains isoflavones. One of the benefits of soy tempeh is that it can block bone damage due to the isoflavone content. If you want a source of vitamin B12 from plant foods, then tempeh is the only choice you can make.

5. How to store tempeh?

Tempeh can be stored in the refrigerator and can last up to 1 week. If at room temperature, more or less can last 3-4 days. To be more durable, you can freeze tempeh and tempeh will last for months. There are other ways to store tempeh, find a way here.

6. How to find out a good quality of tempeh?

In general, good characteristics of tempeh are:
– solid and not easily destroyed when sliced
– yellowish-white, and smells like nutty.
– spores or mycelia grow evenly throughout the surface of soybeans.
– tempeh does not give off a pungent odor such as ammonia and is not slimy.

7. What factors can influence the process of making tempeh?

Making tempeh requires patience. The challenge that you will get might be the problem of adjusting the fermentation temperature right. In addition to temperature, which affects the process of making tempeh is a tempeh starter that must be good, soy quality is also good, and avoid your hands and all equipment used from salt and oil contamination because it can interfere with spore growth.

8. Is tempeh only from soy?

Oh of course not, tempeh can be made from any kind of bean. You can use soy, black-eyed pea, lupine, lentils, chickpeas, and many more.

9. What are the appropriate steps for processing tempeh?

Tempeh is one food that is easily processed into any food and at any step. Fry, steam, roast, bake, add to your favorite foods. It can all be done using tempeh.

10. How long does the process of making tempeh?

Calculated from the soybean soaking process until the fermentation process is complete, takes approximately 3 days. 1 day to soak the soybeans overnight and continue the process of making tempeh. Then 2 days is the length of the fermentation process, and the fermentation process can also be faster than 2 days, depending on the temperature.

11. Do Indonesians use banana leaves or other leaves to wrap tempeh?

Yes, Indonesians use banana leaves. Sometimes, we also use banana leaves combined with paper. Using plastic is also possible, but the taste will not as delicious as using banana leaves. 

12. Which one is better between tempeh wrapped using banana leaves or plastics?

Using leaves or plastics to wrap tempeh has different positive and negative sides. Wrapping tempeh using banana leaves is a traditional way that will effect on the tempeh taste which is more delicious, fresh, and smells good. However, if you don’t clean the leaves in a correct way,  the leaves will be easily contaminated by microorganisms. Then, it will cause food damage which is dangerous for human health. In the other side, wrapping tempeh using plastics is more hygienic and secure. However, the contact between plastics and food will cause migration of chemicals to the food. Of course, it can also be dangerous for humans health. More information please open here.

13. Why tempeh tastes bitter?

There are many factors that make tempeh tasted bitter such as the dirty water, you keep it too warm/hot, too much starter used, or the soybeans are still wet when you blend them with starter.

Processing tempeh is quite easy and you can vary it according to your desire.

Processing tempeh is quite easy and you can vary it according to your desire.

14. Should vinegar be used in making tempeh?

The use of vinegar is optional, you can add or not. The function of using vinegar is to kill unwanted microbes in soybeans and also removes anti-nutrition substances. The addition of vinegar can be boiled during the second soybean and can use white vinegar or apple vinegar.

15. Where to buy a tempeh starter?

One of the places you can go to find a tempeh starter is in a vegetarian specialty shop or it can also be in the Asian market. However, ordering online is an easier way.

16. Do we provide tempeh starter?

We are Tempe Bumbung, an online provider of tempeh starter. So, we provide tempeh starter and we can send overseas.

17. What kind of tempeh starter do you sell?

We sell very good tempeh starter with the brand of Raprima produced by PT. Aneka Fermentasi Industri (AFI) Bandung – Indonesia. Raprima tempeh starter is one of the best brands of tempeh starter in Indonesia and is widely used by tempeh artisans. Discover the benefits of Raprima tempeh starter here.

18. What is the smallest packaging for your tempeh starter?

Actually, we only provide one packaging size, 500 gr. However, we also provide re-packaging of Raprima tempeh starter. We also provide small packaging which is 100 gram and 300 gram.

19. How to order our tempeh starter?

     1. Determine the amount of starter to be ordered
     2. The customer sends the complete address including mobile number
     3. The customer gets total price from us
     4. The customer transfers to our customer transfers to our PayPal or to our Bank Account:

Bank BRI
Account number : 203301001223539

OR

Bank Permata 
Account number : 4121889477

    5. Shipment target is 3 days after transferring, the packet will be sent.
        *)Note: Please let us know if you already transfer the payments by contacting us via email or phone.

20. Are there other payment methods besides using PayPal and bank transfer?

Of course, there are, we strive to always provide convenience for all our customers. Alternative payment besides using PayPal is by Western Union and TransferWise.

21. Does Raprima have a food safety certificate issued by the state of Indonesia?

About a food safety certificate, Raprima tempeh starter absolutely has food safety certificate. First, it has been certified by Indonesia National Agency of Drug and Food Control (BPOM RI MD 256928001051). This is an institution under Health Minister that monitors the distribution of medicines and food in Indonesia. Second, by Indonesia Ulama Council to get HALAL certificate. This is a research institute for food, drugs, and cosmetics that researches, reviews, analyzes, and decides whether those are safe to consume or not in the terms of health and islamic teaching which is HALAL and good to be consumed for Muslim, especially in Indonesia.

Raprima Tempeh Starter is one of the best tempeh starters that you can use to make delicious tempeh.

Raprima Tempeh Starter is one of the best tempeh starters that you can use to make delicious tempeh.

22. How many month the normal expiry date for tempeh starter?

Our tempeh starter contains only white rice flour and rhizopus oligosporus spores. It doesn’t contain MSG or preservatives so that it doesn’t have long expiry date. It usually takes only 6 months.

23. How to store the starter tempeh?

Put it in a closed container then place it in a room that has a room temperature and avoid direct sunlight. Can also be placed in the refrigerator. Don’t put it on either too moist or too dry place. No need to keep it on the freezer. If you want to keep it in the freezer, there are some information you should know. Read the details here.

24. What is the measurement of tempeh starter should be used?

  • 2gr (Inokulum) Raprima tempeh starter for 1kg drysoybeans

  • 1 teaspoonful (Inokulum) Raprima tempeh starter for 2.5kg drysoybeans

  • 1 tablespoon (Inokulum) Raprima tempeh starter for 10kg drysoybeans 

25. What service do you usually use and how many days it usually takes?

We use trusted service, EMS Pos Indonesia. If tempeh starter is sent to area in Indonesia, it normally takes about 1-4 days. While if sent to overseas usually takes 3-15 days. It depends on the distance of Indonesia to the destination country. The closer the distance, the faster the packet arrive, and vice versa. EMS gives easy access for checking your packet. You will get tracking numbers to check the location of the packet. You can open EMS Pos Indonesia link to check the location of the packet.

Hopefully, the information above can help you. Let’s consume healthy, delicious, and certainly nutritious foods, one of which is by eating tempeh. Get the best tempeh starter from us with tempeh making consulting service until you succeed in making good tempeh. Contact us at:

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Maron, Donoharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55581

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Alternative Payment for Tempeh Starter Besides Using Bank and PayPal

Alternative Payment for Tempeh Starter Besides Using Bank and PayPal

Serving Tempeh Starter Order To Our Overseas Customer : Does Our Company Have Bank Swift Code To Serve The Transfers From Abroad?

Few days ago we got a Whats App message from our overseas customer. We had quite long conversation about how to order Raprima tempeh starter since there was something we need to overcome first. It was not a problem, so let’s say it is a kind of obstacle. Do you want to know what it was? We will tell you our story of serving tempeh starter order to our overseas customer in this site. Please keep continuing reading…

About Our Customer

This is the first time for us having an overseas customer who comes from South Africa. Of course we were so happy with this. Because of him, now we know that tempeh is also consumed by people there. Even though we don’t know for sure his intention of making tempeh, whether to be consumed personally or to be sold, but we are really amazed to know the fact that this Indonesian food is also known there.

One of our customers is asking if we have a SWIFT Code or not.

One of our customers is asking if we have a SWIFT Code or not.

Our customer was interested to make tempeh, so he contacted us to find the information about tempeh starter. He came to us and introduced himself politely. Then, he asked about our starter first before deciding to order from us. As usual we introduced who we are and what product we are selling.

After knowing information about our Raprima tempeh starter, then we also informed him how to order our starter. So, here are the procedures:

  1. The customer determines the amount of starter to be ordered
  2. The customer sends the complete address
  3. The customer gets total price from us
  4. The customer transfers to our PayPal account.

or transfer to our Bank Account:

(Bank BRI) Account number : 203301001223539

OR

(Bank Permata) Account number : 4121889477

 

  1. Shipment target is 3 days after the day of transferring – starter is processed.

Note: Please let us know if you already transfer the payments by contacting us via email or phone.

Do We Have Bank SWIFT Code To Serve The Transfers From Abroad?

SWIFT code is an International bank code which identifies particular banks worldwide. People also call it BIC (Bank Identifier Code). What is it used? SWIFT code is used to send money to overseas banks. So, if you are going to transfer money to overseas bank, you will need this code. For example when an overseas bank is going to transfer money to our bank in Indonesia, they will need to know our SWIFT code so that they can transfer it. This is the example of overseas bank that asks for SWIFT code:

Serving Tempeh Starter Order To Our Overseas Customer : Does Our Company Have Bank Swift Code To Serve The Transfers From Abroad?

Asking for SWIFT code

So, do we have bank SWIFT code to serve the transfers from abroad? Unfortunately, we don’t have it. This is why we said previously that we faced an obstacle when serving our customer. We actually have two alternatives to receive the payment. First, using PayPal. Second, using bank. Our intention of using those two ways is because we want to provide facilities to our customer from everywhere to send the payment. We provide PayPal account specifically from our overseas customer. Then, for domestic customer they can transfer the money through our bank account.

Nevertheless, sometimes we find an obstacle when our overseas customers choose to send the payment using bank account. There might be some reasons why they choose it such as the convenience, the availability of services, and so forth.

This is why when our customer from South Africa informed us that the transfer could only be done using bank account, we should find the solution for it. And of course, we needed our customer help. So, what happened next? Just keep reading our article please…

Final Solution

We should thank to our customer from South Africa who was so patient in guiding us. There is actually one customer from India before who also asked about our bank SWIFT code. However, we couldn’t help him since we also didn’t have this code.

With our customer from South Africa we got a new experience and new knowledge how to do with SWIFT code. He contacted intensively via Whats App messenger so that it was very easy to talk each other. We searched this code in the internet but what we found was just a kind of bank code (we were not sure whether it was SWIFT code). Our customer then checked the code number in the swift code search and finder tools in the website but it didn’t recognize the code.

This is the link of the website that our customer used to check the code: https://bank.codes/swift-code-search/

After that, we contacted the bank office but the customer service but she said that our bank (BANK RAKYAT INDONESIA) in Yogyakarta branch has no SWIFT code. At that time we thought that there was no way anymore. Because of feeling so curious, we then searched for SWIFT code in the code search and finder tools that our customer gave to us. And yes, he was right. BRI bank in Yogyakarta didn’t have it.

Serving Tempeh Starter Order To Our Overseas Customer : Does Our Company Have Bank Swift Code To Serve The Transfers From Abroad?

Yogyakarta is not listed here

Then, we tried to search for BRI bank in other areas to see whether it also had the SWIFT code or not. We typed the Jakarta city there, and finally the code appeared! There were also SWIFT code of BRI bank in other cities as you can read in the picture above such as Tanjung Pinang, Ternate, Ujung Padang, and others.

Finally, our customer from South Africa offered us a solution. He was going to transfer the money to the bank in Jakarta, then the this bank would transfer the money to us. What we could say to him was just thank you. He was so patient, kind and he understood our condition. He guided us so far and gave us an opportunity to serve him. This is the final solution of the obstacle that we faced.

We are tempebumbung, we will try our best to serve our customer no matter where they are and where they come from. So, if you are overseas customer who are going to order our Raprima tempeh starter, since our bank has no SWIFT code, we highly suggest you to transfer the money through PayPal which doesn’t need SWIFT code. If you choose to use bank, then you may need extra effort like our customer from South Africa who transferred the money to BRI bank Jakarta first, then this bank will transfer the money to us.

Are there Other Alternatives to Transfers Other Than Via PayPal?

From our experience serving many of our customers, most choose to use PayPal. However, some use other payment methods, namely by Western Union and TransferWise.

1. Western Union

Maybe you are already familiar with Western Union. Western Union is a money transfer service that is also quite widely used by people. One difference that Western Union has is that you don’t have to have an account number, but rather simply show your full identity when you are about to send money. Likewise with the recipient, he also only needs to go to the nearest Western Union office to fill out forms and show your ID. Then after passing a few checks you will receive the money sent to you.

We can also accept payments through Western Union as an alternative to PayPal.

We can also accept payments through Western Union as an alternative to PayPal.

2. TransferWise

We only learned about this transfer method when one of our customers from England bought tempeh starter. At first we offered payment via PayPal, but he chose to use TransferWise and asked for our account number to be transferred. He said that the transfer fees using TransferWise are cheaper and the funds we will receive are the same as the amount he transfers, so they will not be deducted. We also don’t have to have a TransferWise account to be able to receive incoming funds from someone who uses TransferWise. And sure enough, when we check the funds that go to us the same amount and not deducted. We are very grateful to him because we can provide other payment method options besides using PayPal. And yes, transfers using TransferWise don’t require a SWIFT CODE, so this is another alternative if you want to transfer using a bank without a SWIFT code.

You can also use TransferWise for transactions using an account number without a SWIFT Code (Source : travel-dealz.eu)

You can also use TransferWise for transactions using an account number without a SWIFT Code (Source : travel-dealz.eu)

Hopefully with several payment method choices, we can make it easier for you to get high quality tempeh starter from us. If you have anything to ask, do not hesitate to contact us via email or WhatsApp.

Thank you for reading our article. Hopefully this can help you when you are going to order starter from us. For more information you can contact us at:

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+62 857 4849 1242

E-mail:

tempebumbung@gmail.com

Address:

Maron, Donoharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55581

 

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Rhizopus oligosporus & Rhizopus oryzae, Which One Is Better for Tempeh?

Rhizopus oligosporus & Rhizopus oryzae, Which One Is Better for Tempeh?

THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN TEMPEH STARTER CULTURE RHIZOPUS OLIGOSPORUS AND RHIZOPUS ORYZAE

You are already familiar with the tempeh, right? Yes, this food is shaped like a soybean cake and has many benefits. And of course, it tastes delicious too. In making tempeh, it is known as the fermentation process in which the process is assisted by the role of fungi namely Rhizopus oligosporus and Rhizopus oryzae.

1. What is Rhizopus oligosporus?

Rhizopus oligosporus is a fungus for production tempeh starter culture in home industry. It is often used to ferment the soybeans into tempeh. This fungus produces enzim protease. By generating Rhizophus oligosporus, this enzim has the power to elaborate the materials base into a form that is more easily digested by the human body.

The form of Rhizopus oligosporus is commonly found in tempeh starter and serves to help the process of fermentation of soybeans into tempeh. (Source : alchetron.com)

The form of Rhizopus oligosporus is commonly found in tempeh starter and serves to help the process of fermentation of soybeans into tempeh. (Source : alchetron.com)

In addition, in its fermentation process, Rhizophus Oligosporus will generate anti bacterial substances that will hamper emersion bacterial disease especially which is gram positive. During heating in hot water, this fungus is still 50% active and has balance ph in 2-7. This is the best fungus that people usually use to make tempeh. Besides, it also can protect tempeh from aflatoxin. This is a kind of toxins produced by certain fungi. The toxin can contaminate tempeh because it grows in other fungus.

The Structure Of Rhizopus oligosporus

Rhizopus oligosporus has a body structure that has three types of hyphae. First, stolon (hyphae forming texture on the surface of the substrate). Second, Rizoid (hyphae that penetrates the substrate and serves as an anchor to absorb food). And the last, sporangiofor (hyphae that grows on the surface of the substrate and has a globular sporangium at the end).

The colonies of Rhizopus oligosporus has brown color with a height of about 1mm. This fungus has a way of asexual and sexual reproduction. The way of asexual reproduction by using sporangum nonmotil spores while its sexual reproduction by conjugation. Besides, Rhizopus oligosporus can grow at a temperature of 30-35 ℃ with a minimum temperature of 12 ℃ and a maximum temperature of 42℃. Spore swellings require carbohydrate compounds. Compounds that can encourage such swelling are proline amino acids and alanine, sugar compound glucose annosa and xylose.  It is used as Tempeh Starter Culture Rhizopus oligosporus for making good tempeh.

Rhizopus oligosporus is usually mixed with other ingredients such as rice flour to make a starter tempeh. (Source : centrosaludnutricional.com)

Rhizopus oligosporus is usually mixed with other ingredients such as rice flour to make a starter tempeh. (Source : centrosaludnutricional.com)

What Is The Advantages Of Rhizopus oligosporus?

Rhizopus oligosporus has an enzyme activity that can fight off gram-positive bacteria. In addition Rhizopus has a faster ability to decipher the material easily to be absorbed by the body. In making tempeh, Rhizopus oligosporus also has the ability to protect the tempeh from aflatoxin caused by other unbeneficial fungi.

2. Rhizopus oryzae

Apart from Rhizopus oligosporus, there is another genus of Rhizopus sp that is used for the tempeh fermentation process, Rhizopus oryzae. If you use Rhizopus oligosporus to make tempeh, this fungus will grow well in the pH range of 3.4-6. Rhizopus oryzae can produce lactic acid and is safe for consumption because it does not produce toxic. Rhizopus oryzae can produce proteases and can break down complex fats into triglycerides and amino acids.

Beside Rhizopus oligosporus, Rhizopus oryzae can also be a fungus that helps process the fermentation of tempeh. (Source : Youtube CU Plant Path Photo Lab)

Beside Rhizopus oligosporus, Rhizopus oryzae can also be a fungus that helps process the fermentation of tempeh. (Source : Youtube CU Plant Path Photo Lab)

3. The Comparison Between Rhizopus oligosporus And Rhizopus oryzae

In addition to Rhizopus oligosporus, there is also one fungus that can ferment the soybeans which is Rhizopus oryzae. Then, which one is better between Rhizopus oligosporus vs Rhizopus oryzae?

These two fungi are often used for the materials of tempeh. Besides, both have good content to protect from the growth of unwanted fungus that have toxins. Rhizopus oryzae is often used in making tempe. This fungus is also safe to eat because it does not produce toxins that are harmful to the body. It has the ability to produce lactic acid and turn fat into triglycerides and amino acids. In addition, Rhizopus oryzae can produce proteases as well.

Tempeh is a healthy food and you can process it to be anything and certainly it will be delicious. (Souce : publicinsta.com)

Tempeh is a healthy food and you can process it to be anything and certainly it will be delicious. (Souce : publicinsta.com)

 

Meanwhile, Rhizopus oligosporus can also produce proteases acids that good for fermentation solid or liquid. The difference between these two types fungi is the ability to elaborate the materials base into a form that is more easily digested by the human body. Rhizophus oligosporus forms hypha with penetration average 1400 μm2  (300μm2) outside the surface of cotyledon and 1010 μm2 (340μm2) on the inside (flat). The hyphae becomes infiltrated about 25% of the average width of soybean cotyledons. Some of the countries that produce tempeh have used a tempeh starter that contain Rhizopus oligosporus to produce tempeh with higher quality nutritions.

4. Conclusion

In the manufacture of tempeh, when fermented, the boiled soybean seeds will be covered with white fungus mycelia. And after the fermentation process, the tempeh will be compact, it is because the fungus mycelia connect the soybean seeds. So soybean is binding and solid.

Both Rhizopus oligosporus or Rhizopus oryzae help the formation of misellia binding to soybean seeds. (Source : filckr.com)

Both Rhizopus oligosporus or Rhizopus oryzae help the formation of misellia binding to soybean seeds. (Source : filckr.com)

There are various kinds of fungi used for fermentation in tempeh, two of which are Rhizopus oligosporus and Rhizopus oryzae. There are also Rhizopus Stolonifer and Rhizopus arrhizus. From the four of rhizopus genus, Rhizopus oligosporus is the most commonly used in the process of making tempeh, although using Rhizopus oryzae is also possible. So, both types of fungi are equally good for making tempeh. But if you ask which one is the most widely used, the answer is Rhizopus oligosporus as found in the Raprima tempeh starter.

Then What Important Points Can Be Taken?

From the explanation above about the type of fungi that are used in the fermentation process and are usually found in the tempeh starter, the important point is when you want to make tempeh, the existence of tempeh starter is mandatory. Whether it’s made from Rhizopus oligosporus or Rhizopus oryzae. Because without the help of these fungi, soybean seeds will not be able to form tempeh.

The tempeh starter form itself is instant and traditional. In ancient times Indonesian people made tempeh using traditional starters found in waru or hibiscus leaves. But now many have switched to using instant starter tempeh because the presence of hibiscus leaves is difficult to find and the use of instant starter tempeh is easier. You can also use your homemade tempeh starter. So, how to make your own tempeh starter or homemade tempeh starter?

One of the best tempeh starter containing quality Rhizopus oligosporus is the Raprima tempeh starter.

One of the best tempeh starter containing quality Rhizopus oligosporus is the Raprima tempeh starter.

Make your own tempeh starter starter is quite easy but it takes time and effort. However, there are some easy way to make your own tempeh without starter. There are some ingredients that you can use as tempeh starter. First, you can use Usar from the leave which has been used to wrap tempeh such as banana leaves, waru leave (Hibiscus Tiliaceus) or teak leaves (Tectona Grandis) as the wrapper of the soybean. Besides, you can also use starter from dried tempeh (tempeh flour). But if you cannot find those ingredients in your area, you can buy tempeh starter online.

Where To Buy Tempeh Starter Culture Rhizopus oligosporus

We are tempebumbung, the trusted online seller of Raprima brand. We have sent our product to several countries such as tempeh starter India, Germany, Italy and many others.

So, if you want buy tempeh starter with Rhizopus Oligosporus that has high quality nutrition, you should try the tempeh starter Raprima. We provide tempeh starter that contains rhizopus oligosporus culture and supply tempeh starter whole foods.

You can buy the starter with us. Not only that, if you need more information or have question about Raprima Tempeh Starter, you can contact us every time you want. We will provide you the easy and effective way to order our starter.

Contact us at:

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Address:

Maron, Donoharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55581

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The Best Ragi Tempeh With High-Quality For Making Tempeh

The Best Ragi Tempeh With High-Quality For Making Tempeh

Ragi Tempeh-Find The Best Ragi Tempeh With High-Quality For Making Good-Quality Tempeh

Tempeh is a processed food from fermented soybeans. As we know, fermented food has health value if we consume it. The same thing with tempeh, both tempeh from soybeans and other beans have benefits for your body. Now, the existence of tempeh is familiar and easy to find.

You can find tempeh in markets, food stores, or make your own. To make tempeh, a tempeh starter is needed or ordinary people call it tempeh yeast. Tempeh starter is a must-have when you want to make tempeh.

The popularity of tempeh is now evidenced by the large number of tempeh makers outside Indonesia, and they innovate with it. (Source : healthcautions.com)

The popularity of tempeh is now evidenced by the large number of tempeh makers outside Indonesia, and they innovate with it. (Source : healthcautions.com)

Why Use Tempeh Starter to Make Tempeh?

Ragi tempe, also popular known as ragi starter/ragi tempeh/tempeh starter/tempeh culture. What is Ragi Tempe? Ragi tempeh or tempeh starter is a dried mixture of live Rhizopus spores with substrate, that can be soybeans or rice. Along with most fermented food you will absolutely need starter to push the process in the desired direction. For instance, you will need a starter containing the desired lactobacillus and streptococcus bacteria to make good quality of yoghurt. The same principle also applies to tempeh fermentation in which a ragi tempe with a really high count of desirable Rhizopus spores use to ferment soybeans will be needed to produce good quality tempeh. Rhizopus sp is a widely used starter culture for the manufacture of tempeh. Good quality ragi tempe must contain millions of Rhizopus spores, contain no contaminating, coliform or pathogenic bacteria.  In other words, you need ragi tempe which has high-quality and is able to produce good quality tempeh starter.

So, What Kind of Ragi Tempeh Which Recommended to Use?

One of the best is Inokulum Tempeh Starter Culture or Ragi Tempe is Raprima, and this is a product that we sell due to its proven and tested result.

Tempeh starter is an important thing that must be present in the process of making tempe, and one of the best brands is Raprima.

Tempeh starter is an important thing that must be present in the process of making tempe, and one of the best brands is Raprima.

1. Description

Ragi Tempe Raprima is a famous Indonesian brand of starter that contains Rhizopus Oligosprus based tempeh starter, produced in controlled, which is used to grow spores fungus in making tempeh. This starter is produced in a controlled, totally safe environment and regularly tested by the Government. Our ragi tempeh is HALAL, safe, and suitable for vegetarians or vegans.

2. Why Ragi Tempe Raprima?

  1. In the form of fine powder which is easily weighed and dosed.

  2. Has good quality and stable for either large or small scale soybean production.

  3. Produce delicious tempeh with thick white fur, no black spores, can be stored longer.

  4. Contain Rhizopus spores in high quantities.

  5. Free of pathogenic bacteria.

  6. It contains only white rice flour and rhizopus oligosporus spores.

  7. It does not contain MSG or preservatives.

3. The Measurement of Raprima Tempeh Starter Usage

  1. 2gr (Inokulum) ragi tempe Raprima for 1kg soybeans

  2. 1 teasponful (Inokulum) ragi tempe Raprima for 2.5kg soybeans

  3. 1 tablespoon (Inokulum) ragi tempe Raprima for 10kg soybeans

Raprima tempeh is a powder starter so it is easy to measure.

Raprima tempeh is a powder starter so it is easy to measure.

4. Ingredients of Raprima Tempeh Starter

  1. Rhizopus Oligosporus

  2. Rice Powder

Can You Make Your Own Tempeh starter?

Apart from using instant starter tempeh like Raprima tempeh starter, there’s actually a way to make your own starter tempeh. This you can do when you cannot find an instant starter. There are several ways to make your own starter. How to make your own tempeh starter?

Make tempeh starter by your own is very easy but it takes lot of effort. For making tempeh starter, you can use the rice or Starter from dried tempeh (tempeh flour) to make tempeh starter. The first step is prepare the materials and tools for tempeh starter. You can just use rice 300 gram, tempeh flour 3 gram and rice flour 1 ½ kg. The tools needed: Rice cooker, plastic plate, plastic sheets, pestle, sleves for food, frying pans and plastic bags. To make tempeh starter, wash the rice until clean and cook the rice. After that, cook the rice and cool it. Sprinkle the rice cooked with tempeh flour until smooth and then cover it with plastic bags. Then, let till the mushrooms grow up. Dried in the sun and pounded until smooth. Strain with a sieve and mix with rice flour and tempeh starter is ready for use.

Can You Make Tempeh Without Tempeh Starter

In Indonesia, before the advent of instant yeast, the tempeh artisans made tempeh with the help of a natural starter. Ie, which is found in plants, especially the leaves. In the past, the Indonesian people used spores that grew on hibiscus leaves to wrap prospective tempeh. The growing spores can help the soybean fermentation process to condense and form tempeh.

The picture above shows two of the important ingredients that must be present in the process of making tempeh.

The picture above shows two of the important ingredients that must be present in the process of making tempeh.

But in this day and age, it’s easier and more convenient to use instant starter tempeh. One of them is the Raprima tempeh starter. You only need to add soy or other types of beans according to the dosage which is certainly easy to measure.

Where to Buy Tempeh Starter?

Making Indonesia tempeh is our family business since 1960. We are tempebumbung, we have established this business for years so we are proud saying that we have expert in this field. We sell Ragi Tempeh with the brand of Raprima which has the best quality of tempeh starter. We send Ragi Tempeh not only to the areas of Indonesia, but also throughout the world. To see the proof, you can open some of our articles: Tempeh starter India, Tempeh Starter Order For Mr. Gabo In Italy, Tempeh Starter Order For Mr. Marek Karabcik In Slovakia, The Shipping Of Tempeh Starter For Mr. Felix In Germany. Also we are provide tempeh starter whole foods.

As a ragi tempe seller, we also try to give best service to our customers. If you have something to share, please fell free to contact us at:

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+62 857 4849 1242

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Maron, Donoharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55581

Our team will be very happy to provide you clear information you need. If you need information on how to make tempeh in correct way, where to buy tempeh starter, or you need to share your difficulty in making tempeh, we will be very happy to help you as much as possible.

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How to Dehull Soybeans?

Easy Steps To Dehulling Soybeans in Making Tempeh

Tempeh-Making Process : How To Dehull Soybeans?

Cheap and highly nutritious. This is the right word for soy product called tempeh. This authentic Indonesian food is proven to have high nutrition due to the fermentation process. According to Indonesian Dietitian, this change in nutritional value is caused by the addition of the moisture content and the fungus that grow in the soybeans so that it is not as dense as when it’s still in the form of seeds.

Tempeh is a soy product made from fermented soybean seeds using several types of Rhizopus molds such as Rhizopus Oligosporus, Rh. Oryzae, Rh. Stolonifer, and Rh. Arrhizus. This molds is usually called ragi tempeh, ‘yeast’ or ‘starter’.

The research shows that the fungus that grows on the soy will hydrolyze simple compounds. As a result, tempeh will then is easily digested by the human body. Of course, this will give positive effect to our body.

Soybean Dehull Process

In the process of making soy-based tempeh, the usual thing to do by tempeh makers is peeling or dehulling the epidermis from soybeans. The purpose of dehulling the soybean skin is during the fermentation process, mycelium fungi can penetrate the soybean seeds. This process can be done in various ways, both manual and modern ways.

Peeling the skin of soybeans is one of the steps taken in making tempeh. (Souce : sustymeal.com)

Peeling the skin of soybeans is one of the steps taken in making tempeh. (Souce : sustymeal.com)

Then, How To Dehull Soybeans?

In order to make tempeh, soybean seeds should be hulled first. But few people think that getting rid of the hulls is a challenge. They cannot easily obtain already de-hulled soybean halves. Some specialty markets or online retailers sell soybean halves or pre-hulled soybeans. However, if you have no access to those, or you may not want to pay the premium price, there are some ways to hull your soybean seeds. So, in this site you will discover how to remove the soybeans in two ways: traditional and modern.

Let’s check this out!

1. Dehulling Soybeans In A Traditional Way

In this way, you are asked to do it manually. How to do that?

  1. First, place the soybeans in a clean container such as bucket, basin, or a wire basket.
  2. Soak the soybeans for one night 10-12 hours. It allows the beans absorb the water so that it can easily peeled off.
  3. After soaked for overnight, soybeans are ready to be cleaned.
  4. While cleaning the beans, you can dip it into water several times and shake it to bring the hulls to the top.
  5. It is also possible to shake the hulls to the left and then jerk it to the right. It will remove most of the hulls when done in a few times.
  6. The remaining hulls can be caught with a stainer when is going to place in the cooking pot.
  7. The hulls will come up to the surface just before the water begins to boil. You can pick them all carefully.
A colander like this helps the process of removing the skin of soybean that has been peeled.

A colander like this helps the process of removing the skin of soybean that has been peeled.

2. Dehulling Soybeans In A Modern Way

The modern way of dehulling soybeans is usually done for those who want to get the ease in peeling the hulls off, specially for big scale tempeh manufacturer. Thus, the use of soybeans peeler machine is highly needed there. What kind of machine that you can use?

There are some example of this machine:

The Picture Of Soybeans Dehuller Machine Which Can Remove More Soybeans Seeds

Soybeans peeler machine is a tool that you can use to peel the skin of the soybeans, then usually break into 2 parts. In general, this machine is widely used for tempeh and tofu industry. This machine works simply. Put the soybean seeds into the machine. It will automatically remove the soybeans skin at the same time break the soybeans into 2 part.

Here are the advantages of using soybeans peeler machine:

  • Can break the soybean seeds well.
  • Can peel the epidermis well.
  • It works simply.
  • Can save energy and production costs.
  • Good for dry soybeans.

Should the Soy Skin Dehulling Process Be Done?

This is an optional process, so you can do it or you can’t. But if you look at the craftsmen of tempeh craftsmen in Indonesia, most of them carry out the process of peeling or dehulling the soybean skin. However, because tempeh has now become a food that is widely known to the world community, the making of tempeh also becomes varied. One of them is without peeling the soybean skin. And, this step can also produce delicious tempeh. So, this is an option for you, you can peel or not peel the skin of soybean as you wish.

Tempeh contains lots of vitamins and nutrients that are good for digestion and your body.

Tempeh contains lots of vitamins and nutrients that are good for digestion and your body.

Are There Other Ways to Get Peeled Soybeans Without Having To Peel It Manually?

As many people feel, peeling or dehulling the skin of soybean by hand (manually) requires more time. But that is not a problem for people who are happy to do it. Conversely, for people who still want to consume homemade tempeh without peeling the skin of soy because there is no time? What to do? Yes, simply put, you can buy a lot of peeled soybeans that are available in stores or online stores. Of course, it will be much easier for those of you who don’t have time to peel the soybean skin manually. However, what if one day you can’t find peeled soybeans? Well, there is still one tool that you can use. Namely the meat mill machine, which you can use to peel the soybean skin with the position of dry soybeans. However, the maximum yield of milled is split into two, if the results that come out of this mill are too small pieces, then it means you inevitably have to peel the soybean skin manually.

Making tempeh is not difficult. There are several ways to make tempeh, in traditional way or modern way. In its origin, tempeh traditional is easy to find including the process and the packaging which uses various leaves as wrappers. The modern way to make tempeh is mostly using machine in its process. For example the use of dehulling machine. Usually, this machine is highly needed for big scale.

Tempeh starter is the basic thing you need to make tempeh.

Tempeh starter is the basic thing you need to make tempeh.

Now you already now how to dehull the soybeans. You can choose which is best and most proper to do between traditional way and modern way. You can also ask other questions about tempeh starter, the equipments for making tempeh, etc. One of the important things that you need to make tempeh besides soybeans is the tempeh starter. Tempeh starter will help the fermentation process, so the fungus or mycelium can grow entire the soybeans and become cake-like of soybean. Where to find tempeh starter? Don’t worry, we are a tempeh starter seller, and we can send it overseas. Just contact us through email or WhatsApp and we will help you to get the best tempeh starter.

If you have more question about what is written in this site, please email or phone us. We like to help you. Feel free to contact us at:

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Knowing Ragi Tempeh As a Main Role In Making Tempeh

Knowing Ragi Tempeh As a Main Role In Making Tempeh

What Is Ragi Tempeh? : The Second Important Ingredient Which Plays A Vital Role In The Manufacture Of Tempe

Tempeh. Do you know what kind of this food is? Tempeh is an Indonesian traditional food which recently has become popular in the world. Yes, it’s true that this food is really favored almost by everyone in the world due to its nutrition value and unique taste and texture. Common people even consider this food as meat substitution.

Tempe is now a food that can be said to be universal, because it can be eaten by anyone and anywhere. (Source : today.line.me)

Tempe is now a food that can be said to be universal, because it can be eaten by anyone and anywhere. (Source : today.line.me)

There are many reason why tempeh is very popular cross the world. The best reason is because of its nutrition. As we know that soybeans itself have so many nutrient benefits such as magnesium, vitamin K, potassium, iron, protein, fiber, vitamin B2, etc. Then, let’s imagine how it will become when soybeans have been fermented with the help of Ragi Tempeh or starter into a food called ‘tempeh’? There is more than what you can imagine! It is very low in cholesterol and sodium and also good source of dietary fiber, vitamin K, iron, magnesium, phosphorus and copper. And of course, tempeh is very good source of protein and manganese.

So, What Is Ragi Tempeh?

Ragi Tempeh is just another term of tempeh starter. Ragi Tempeh has an important role in tempeh-making process. It is a kind of beneficial fermentation substance that usually contains microorganisms to ferment and place or media of its microorganisms to breed. Tempeh starter is a dried mixture of live Rhizopus spores with substrate, that can be soybeans or rice.

The appearance of ragi tempeh or tempeh starter, generally in the form of powder and slightly brownish white. (Source : ayeshbd.com)

The appearance of ragi tempeh or tempeh starter, generally in the form of powder and slightly brownish white. (Source : ayeshbd.com)

In other words, tempeh is a kind of food made from the fermentation of soybeans or some other materials using several types of Rhizopous, such as Rhizopus oryzae, Rhizopus oligosporus, and Rhizopus arrhizus. The combination of fermented fungus is generally called “tempeh starter” or “tempeh yeast”.

Now, the reason why Ragi Tempeh plays an important role in the manufacture of tempeh has been answered. It ferments soybeans to be tempeh.

What Brand of Tempeh Starter Which Is Recomended to Use?

Ragi Tempeh or starter is actually can be made by yourself. If you feel difficult to find tempeh starter in your area, you can make it yourself. We will help you and inform you how to make your own tempeh starter if you want.

However, if you think that getting tempeh starter in online store is easier, we will recommend the best tempeh starter brands. That is Raprima tempeh starter.

Raprima tempeh starter is believed to be able to produce tempeh with good quality, and widely used by tempeh artisans in Indonesia.

Raprima tempeh starter is believed to be able to produce tempeh with good quality, and widely used by tempeh artisans in Indonesia.

The most recommended one is Ragi Tempeh Raprima Brand. Raprima brand is a tempeh starter Indonesia which has proven, tested, and trusted by tempeh manufacturer in Indonesia for tempeh-making process. Here are the reasons why Raprima?

1. In The Form of Fine Powder, Easy to Weighed and Dosed

As we know, the shape of the powder will make it easier for users to measure. Similarly, the Raprima tempeh starter in the form of powder. So that you won’t have any trouble when using it because you can easily weigh it in grams or teaspoons/tablespoons.

2. Has Good Quality, Stable For Small or Large Production

Not all enthusiasts of tempeh are people who want to make it on a large scale. Many of our customers buy tempeh starter to make tempeh on a small scale or just for self-consumption with the family. The fun thing right? Make delicious and nutritious food for your beloved person. This Raprima tempeh starter is perfect for you, the maker of tempeh both on a small and large scale.

3. Can Produces Delicious Tempeh

Among the good characteristics of tempeh are that the fungus grows evenly and is dense, white or slightly yellowish, and not many black dots appear. Raprima tempeh starter will help you to produce such, delicious and delicious tempeh.

Raprima tempeh yeast in 500 grams, but we also provide repack packs under 500 grams and are ready to ship worldwide.

Raprima tempeh yeast in 500 grams, but we also provide repack packs under 500 grams and are ready to ship worldwide.

4. Contains High Quantity Rhizopus Spores

One important point in good starter tempeh is that it contains a lot of rhizopus spores. Rhizopus spores are fungi that help the process of fermenting soybeans or other beans into tempeh. Raprima tempeh starter is a high-quantity and quality rhizopus spore starter product.

5. Free of Pathogenic Bacteria, Non GMO Product

You don’t need to worry anymore about this, because the Raprima tempeh starter is a product that is free of pathogenic bacteria, besides it is also non-GMO. Vegetarians can use this product. Raprima tempeh starter also does not contain preservatives, therefore this starter tempeh can only hold for 6 months.

What’s the Difference between Ragi Tempeh and Tempeh Starter?

Based on our experience in receiving messages from our customers, some call tempeh yeast as starter tempeh, only yeast, tempeh culture, or starter culture tempeh. And the fact, among the several mentioned, all refer to one answer that is something that is used to help the fermentation process in making tempeh. Well, so all the designations are the same as the starter tempeh or tempeh yeast. The word yeast is Indonesian where the tempeh artisans here use the word. Now, you don’t need to be confused anymore to call it, you can call it starter tempeh, tempeh yeast, or tempeh culture.

Want to make tempeh too? Let's buy the starter tempeh at our place.

Want to make tempeh too? Let’s buy the starter tempeh at our place. (Source : linisehat.com)

Where to Buy Raprima Ragi Tempeh / Tempeh Starter?

We are tempebumbung, an online seller of ragi tempeh that will help our customer get good quality of tempeh starter. We are trusted and guaranteed seller that provide the most high-quality of tempeh starter culture, rhizopus oligosporus  named Raprima tempeh starter If you are asking where to buy tempeh starter, you are in the right place.

You can order this product with us, no matter who you are, where you come from, and where you live. We have experienced to send ragi tempeh Raprima brand to all over regions in Indonesia, even throughout the world such as tempeh starter India.

Besides, We provides purchase of tempeh starter whole foods and also serve you with ease of ordering tempeh starter. We use EMS service from Pos Indonesia, the best service to deliver tempeh starter. So, don’t hesitate to order tempeh starter from us! You can get tempeh starter easily on us. We sell Raprima tempeh starter online through our website at tempebumbung.wordpress.com.

Contact us at:

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15 Types of Soy-Free Tempeh That Can Be Made With Raprima Tempeh Starter

15 Types of Soy-Free Tempeh That Can Be Made With Raprima Tempeh Starter

IS IT POSSIBLE TO MAKE TEMPEH WITH NON-SOYBEANS USING RAPRIMA TEMPEH STARTER?

Hello tempeh lovers!

Need update information about tempeh from us? If so, you are very lucky today since we are going to share non-soybeans tempeh that you can try by yourself at home. So, are you ready to see the details? Come to see, please…

If previously you only knew soybean-based tempeh, but in fact, tempeh has many variations.

If previously you only knew soybean-based tempeh, but in fact, tempeh has many variations. | Source : femina.co.id

Tempeh Existence

Those who usually consume tempeh may already know the information about this food. For example the way to make it, the nutrition value, the advantages for health, the tempeh menus, etc. But those who only ever hear about it and never consumes it, they probably feel curious what tempeh is, right?

Previously, we already wrote article about 7 types of tempeh in Indonesia. Actually, there are so many kind of beans in the world. Some of them can also be made into tempeh. Have you ever tried some of them? So now, we are going to share information about other types of tempeh you can find in other countries.

We are here not only to provide information to those who are expert in the tempeh-making field, but also those who are just starting to make it. Maybe you are one of them? Thus, we think that you will deeply need this information. Here we go!

What Is Tempeh?

In general, tempeh is a kind of traditional food originally from Indonesia made from soybeans. Due to its high nutritional value, many people consume tempeh. Once you taste it, you will feel little weird but unique with its taste. For the appearance, it is like cake. While if it is already cooked, the taste is sometimes like meat, chicken, even mushrooms. Well, let’s say tempeh is a soy-based meat alternative. Whatever its taste, you must try it to find the exact taste!

About Raprima Tempeh Starter

With many types of basic ingredients that can be made tempe, you can use one type of starter, Raprima tempeh starter.

With many types of basic ingredients that can be made tempe, you can use one type of starter, Raprima tempeh starter. | Source : eol.org

Talking about tempeh means you cannot forget this important ingredient: starter! Besides soybeans, tempeh is also related to starter. We recommend  you to try Raprima tempeh starter for making tempeh. We all know that this ingredients really plays an important role to ferment the beans into tempeh cake-like. As you already see in our article that there is one kind of starter which you can use to make tempeh. Please open here.

Kinds Of Tempeh

Alright, we already know types of tempeh in Indonesia and what best tempeh starter we can use. So now, what kind of other beans/seeds from other countries can we use to make tempeh using Raprima tempeh starter?

1. Velvet Bean Tempeh

Velvet bean tempeh is quite well known in Indonesia on the island of Java, and one of the above is velvet bean tempeh which is boiled in a mixture of brown sugar and seasoning water.

Velvet bean tempeh is quite well known in Indonesia on the island of Java, and one of the above is velvet bean tempeh which is boiled in a mixture of brown sugar and seasoning water. | Source : anekamesinpengemas.com

According to several tempeh lovers, velvet bean tempeh is the second most popular variety of tempeh. The seeds can be found from a climbing vine which is known as Mucuna Pruriens. A reason of its popularity is its low cost and also high protein content. Therefore, it acts as a staple protein source for a lot of people’s diets.

2. Black Eyed Peas

Black-eyed pea tempeh is quite well known in Southern United States, and the taste of this type of tempeh is quite delicious.

Black-eyed pea tempeh is quite well known in Southern United States, and the taste of this type of tempeh is quite delicious. | Source : superfoodevolution.com

The other type of tempeh you can make is black eyed peas, or usually known as cowpeas. It is such a great bean to start with if you are new to making homemade tempeh. It has very similar shape and texture with soybeans. Moreover, this seeds also cook up relatively fast when soaked. It is also a good source of minerals iron, magnesium, phosphorus, manganese, etc. Quite popular in the southern United States, one of our customers who bought yeast also made black-eyed pea tempeh with Raprima tempeh starter.

3. Black Bean Tempeh

 For those of you who avoid soy products, black bean tempeh can be an equally delicious alternative.

For those of you who avoid soy products, black bean tempeh can be an equally delicious alternative. | Source : communetestedcityapproved.blogspot.com

Some people do agree that making black bean tempeh is easier than making soybean tempeh. Why? Because you will not need to remove the hulls. Black beans are really soft and easily digested by Rhizopus mold contained in Raprima starter. Some of them also think that the dark color of the hulls give the tempeh a very nice look. Nevertheless, making tempeh is not difficult at all. What makes it difficult is when you never try to make it.

4. Winged Bean Tempeh

This tempeh is known as winged tempeh, the price is cheaper and tastes more chewy.

This tempeh is known as winged tempeh, the price is cheaper and tastes more chewy. | Source : uny.ac.id

Winged bean, also refereed to as asparagus bean is cultivated in Burma and India. Then, it has been successfully introduced into other countries such as Thailand, Malaysia, Bangladesh, etc. This kind of beans can be used to make a fermented meat substitute food product called tempeh. It is also a rich source for antioxidant, tocopherol, and vitamin A.

5. Hazelnut Tempeh

Not only as a topping for food or chocolate, hazelnuts can also be made into tempeh.

Not only as a topping for food or chocolate, hazelnuts can also be made into tempeh.

If you usually find hazelnut served in combination with chocolate, now you will be amazed since it can be used to make tempeh, too. People usually call it as the cooked nougat. Why so? After inoculating boiled hazelnuts with the mold culture, the mycelium (a rot-like system of fungus) appears. And this is what binds the hazelnuts together to form big cakes that look like nougat.

6. Mung Bean Tempeh

Mung beans are usually made as a drink or porridge, but mung beans can also be made into tempeh.

Mung beans are usually made as a drink or porridge, but mung beans can also be made into tempeh. | Source : cookpad.com

Recently, consuming raw sprouts mung beans has become an increasingly popular way to eat them. Also, they are usually served in small amounts as top meals or salads. Besides, this beans can also be cooked into tempeh. When you consume mung beans, whether as raw sprouts or cooked legumes or even fermented as tempeh, this beans can provide a great plant-based protein for vegans, vegetarians and those who are trying to reduce animal consumption. In Indonesia, it is known as tempe kacang hijau. This type of tempeh is found in Central Java and Yogyakarta. Even though the quality of the protein is low, this tempeh bean is very digestible and does not cause flatulence.

7. Broad Bean Tempeh

Its high protein content makes broad-bean a substitute for soybeans.

Its high protein content makes broad-bean a substitute for soybeans. | Source : garden4real.wordpress.com

Also called as Fava beans, this kind of beans have no saturated fat or cholesterol. It can be made into tempeh and you will see the unique appearance of its size and color. This beans contain a high concentration of thiamin, vitamin K, vitamin B-6, magnesium, zinc, etc. Moreover, it also has an inexpensive source of protein. Broad bean tempeh contains enough protein that can be used as raw material for making tempeh. Although this broad-bean is quite difficult to dehull, the cooking process only takes about 10 minutes, faster than soybeans.

8. Chickpeas Tempeh

Chickpea tempeh can be processed into your favorite food such as meat for burgers.

Chickpea tempeh can be processed into your favorite food such as meat for burgers. | Source : health.grid.id

Cultivated originally in the Mediterranean and the Middle East, chickpeas have spread their culinary influence across the world. Moreover, they also come with a range of potential health benefits. Just like other kind of legumes such as beans, peas, or lentils, this seeds are high in fiber and protein. It also contains several key vitamins and minerals. This is why people can also use this seeds to make tempeh.

9. Green Bean Tempeh

Green bean is a kind of legumes which seeds, fruits, and leaves can be consumed after cooked. This bean is one type of vegetables that is often added in various types of cuisines. The seeds can also be made into tempeh. As we already know that tempeh is rich for its protein. The protein is mostly obtained from the seeds used. And green bean is also one type of bean which is high in protein.

10. Jack Bean Tempeh

Tempeh jack-beans have a larger seed size than soybeans, and are often cooked smoky. Source: tekno.tempe.co

Tempeh jack-beans have a larger seed size than soybeans, and are often cooked “bacem”. | Source: tekno.tempe.co

This bean is native to tropical Africa and to South and Central America. The pods and seeds are edible and used for food. The young pods usually can be cooked as a vegetable. Even, the whole plant, pods, and seeds can also be used to feed animals. You can also make tempeh from jack bean seeds. Due to its high nutrient, this bean can be used as a partial substitute for fish meal.

11. Sword Bean Tempeh

How about sword bean? Well, jack bean and sword bean are related but different species. It is also believed to have its origins in the Asian continent. Both jack bean and sword bean has numerous health benefits. They are energy boosters and are great source of protein. Sword bean seeds are very good to be make into tempeh.

12. Lupin Tempeh

Nowadays, the existence of tempeh lupin is quite easy to find, especially outside Indonesia

Nowadays, the existence of tempeh lupin is quite easy to find, especially outside Indonesia. | Source: lupinausa.com

Because of its protein content, lupin bean can be served as alternative for soybeans as substrate for tempeh production. We can also cook the bean into several type of cuisines. They are not only deliciously addictive snack or appetizer, but they are also incredibly nutritious and high in protein.

13. Lucaena Tempeh

Because there are many Leucaena found, making people in Indonesia make these plant seeds into tempeh.

Because there are many Leucaena found, making people in Indonesia make these plant seeds into tempeh. | Source : Bukalapak

In Indonesia, it is the third most popular tempeh which is called ‘tempe lamtoro’. The tree of Leucaena is native to Central America. The mature seeds of Lucaena can be roasted, while the young dry seeds are popped like pop-corn or can be made into tempeh. The content contained in lamtoro seeds can be used as a substitute for soybean seeds. The process of making lamtoro tempeh is also almost the same as soybean tempeh. The taste of lamtoro tempeh is also distinctive, its texture is smoother because it’s really small. It is also slightly fatty because of the seed skin.

14. Lima Bean Tempeh

This beans are usually called ‘butter beans’ because it has starchy yet buttery texture. Lima beans can be cooked into tempeh. It has a delicate flavor which complements a wide variety of dishes such as tempeh. This beans are a rich source of cholesterol-lowering fiber. So if you are looking for ingredients to make tempeh, you can use this bean.

15. Lablab Bean Tempeh

Lablab bean is native to Africa and cultivated throughout the tropics for food. This plant needs hot climate conditions. So, the tropical zone of Africa, India and also Latin American are the places where Lablab beans are in great demand. Besides can be used as salads, soups, or desserts, the beans can also be cooked into tempeh. It is a perfect source of protein, iron, magnesium, zinc, vitamin, etc.

The many types of tempe can be an option for you to consume other types of tempe apart from soybeans.

The many types of tempe can be an option for you to consume other types of tempe apart from soybeans.

See… Even though tempeh has been most known for the soybeans as the material, you can also try to make diy tempeh at home using the other beans as mentioned above. Different area can possibly has the different type of beans. If there you get difficulty to find soybeans in your area, at least you can try the other recipe of tempeh with non-soybeans materials.

Well, if you are looking for a tempeh starter of Raprima to make your own tempeh, we are here to help you. We will also help you with your problem in making tempeh. You can contact us anytime you want at:

Call/SMS/WA

+62 857 4849 1242

E-mail:

tempebumbung@gmail.com

Address:

Maron, Donoharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55581

Thank you for reading. Hopefully the information we provide to you can be beneficial to you, and you can become interested to make different kind of tempeh.

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