Tempeh

Tempeh

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

Hello tempeh lovers? Are you waiting us giving you new information about tempeh? If so, you are very lucky today since we are going to share to you other kinds of tempeh non-soybeans that you can make by yourself. So, are you ready to see the details? Come closer, then…

Those who usually consume tempeh may already know what kind of this food. 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. As you know that other countries might have other types of beens/seeds. 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

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

It has no doubt that when we are speaking about tempeh, it is always related to starter. 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 Seeds

Velvet Bean Seeds

According to a source, velvet bean tempeh is the second most popular variety of tempeh. The seeds can be found from a climbing vine which is known as Murcuna 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 Peas

Black Eyed Peas

Black Eyed Peas Tempeh

Black Eyed Peas Tempeh

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.

 

3. Black Bean Tempeh

Black Bean Tempeh

Black Bean Tempeh

Some people are 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

Winged Bean Tempeh

Winged Bean Tempeh

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

Hazelnut Tempeh

Hazelnut 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

Mung Beans

Mung Bean Tempeh

Mung Bean Tempeh

Recently, consuming raw sprouts mung beans has become an increasingly popular way to eat them. Also, they usually are 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.

 

7. Broad Bean Tempeh

Broad Bean Tempeh

Broad Bean Tempeh

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.

8. Chickpeas Tempeh

Chickpea Tempeh

Chickpea Tempeh

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 Tempeh

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

Jack Bean Seeds

Jack Bean Seeds

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

Sword Bean

Sword Bean

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

Lupin Tempeh

Lupin Beans

Lupin Tempeh

Lupin Tempeh

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

Lucaena

Lucaena

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.

14. Lima Bean Tempeh

Lima Beans

Lima Beans

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 Beans

Lablab Beans

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.

 

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.

 

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Tempeh FAQs

Tempeh FAQs

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.

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. 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.

4. How to order 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 Account

         at: nunungsetyawan@yahoo.com 

        or to our Bank Account:

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Bank Account:
4121889205

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     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.

5. How about the price of tempeh starter and the shipping cost?

1 pack tempeh starter is $5. The total price depends on the amount of the order and the destination address. Once we know how much tempeh starter to order and the complete address from the customer, we can calculate the total price of tempeh starter along with the shipping cost.

6. What is the minimum and the maximum order for tempeh starter?

There is no minimum order because we also provide re-packaging of tempeh starter. While the maximum order is 25kg.

7. Is there any minimum order to get discounts?

The minimum order to get discounts is 10 packs (5kg).

8. 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.

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

The smallest packaging for tempeh starter is 500 gr.

10. 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 10-15 days.

11. Is there any code numbers for the packet?

Absolutely yes. As mentioned before, we use trusted service which gives easy access for checking your packet. You will get tracking numbers to check the location of the packet.

12. Is there any problem usually happens in the shipping process?

So far we send tempeh starter abroad, there is hardly big problem. There is one thing that can be noted, the estimation day of the packet. The packet can take longer due to some reasons. For example, bad weather which causes postponement of the delivery. The process of the shipping, in which the packet often transits from one cargo to another one, can also be the reason.

13. How about customs (bea cukai)?

Very important to note for the customers:

  1. Import duties, taxes, and charges are not included in the item price or shipping cost. Those charges are the customers’ responsibility. Please check with your country’s customs office to determine what those additional costs will be prior to bidding or buying.

  2. Each country has their own customs regulation for each different type of product purchased from other country. Before making purchase, please check your country customs regulation. We are not responsible for any custom fees or package rejected/hold by your customs or country. Don’t make order if you are not sure whether your country will reject or not this item.

14. How to make tempeh?

Ingredients

  1. Soybeans

  2. Tempeh starter

  3. Clean water

  4. Container (tampah or irik)

  5. Basin/Big Pot

  6. Banana leaves/plastic

  7. The stove/furnace

Instructions

  1. Prepare good-quality soybeans. Its form is usually roundish shape and yellowish white color. After that, soybeans can be washed in a big basin/pot so that all the dirt can lost. This process is important because if the soybeans are dirty, then the tempeh produced will be less good. The boiling process can take about 1 hour to really mature.

  2. The soybeans boiled should be cooled. Simply place it in a bucket or large container and the boiling water does not need to be replaced. This process allows the skin attached in the soybean can be quickly peeled off. After a day of settling, soybeans can be washed up to exfoliate skin attached and removed. The used cooking water and the soybean skin can be given as cow’s drink or cattle food.

  3. Once clean, soybeans can be boiled again. This process takes about 30-90 minutes depending the amount of boiled soybeans.

  4. After that, let the soybeans aerated. Try to place it in the container or irik which has holes underneath so the water can be easily out. Once colder, we can provide yeast that has been pulverized, mixed it until blended.

  5. After blended, we can wrap it with banana leaves, bamboo that has been divided into 2 or plastics. Special for plastics, the surface should be pierced with a stick so that air can get in to make fermentation easy.

  6. After that, just wait until the tempeh fermentation process finish and tempeh are ready to processed into a delicious meal.

15. Do Indonesians use banana leaves or other leaves?

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. Here are the appearance each of them:

1. Using banana leaves (https://tempebumbung.files.)

2. Using banana leaves and paper (https://tempebumbung.files.

3. Using plastic (https://tempebumbung.files.)

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

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

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

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

17. 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.

18. Should vinegar be used in making tempeh?

You may use vinegar, but we don’t know for sure the measurement of it because in Indonesia, we don’t use vinegar to make tempeh.

19. Do you 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.


20. How to protect ragi tempeh? Is it necessary to preserve the freezer?

You can save tempeh starter on the jar, or other container which has normal temperature. Don’t put it on either too moist or too dry place. No need to keep it on the freezer.

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THE SHIPPING OF TEMPEH STARTER FOR MR. MAREK KARABČĺK IN SLOVAKIA

THE SHIPPING OF TEMPEH STARTER FOR MR. MAREK KARABČĺK IN SLOVAKIA

Tempeh in Indonesia

Indonesia is the biggest tempeh producer in the world which makes it as the biggest soybeans market in Asia. Tempeh is defined as “the product fermented from soybeans with the help of Rhizopus sp mold. It looks like in the form of cake, with grayish white color and unique smell. Tempeh is widely consumed in Indonesia, but now is worldwide. Many worldwide vegetarians consume tempeh as meat substitution. As a result, tempeh now is produced in many places not only in Indonesia but also in the world.

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Madunice Socha Jana Holleho

Tempeh in Foreign Country

Tempeh was popular in Europe through Dutchman. In Dutch tempeh was getting popular since 1946. In United States tempeh was first made in 1958 by Indonesian who conducted scientific research on tempeh. In Japan, tempeh was commercially produced in 1983. In 1984, there were 18 tempeh companies in Europe, 53 in America, and 8 in Japan. While, in other countries such as People’s Republic of China, India, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Canada, Australia, Latin America, and Africa, tempeh was getting popular in limited circles.

Tempeh Starter

Tempeh is a kind of food fermented from soybeans or other materials using the Rhizopus mold such as Rhizopus oligosporus, Rh, oryzae, Rh. Stolonifer, or Rh. Arrhizus. This fermentation material is commonly known as “tempeh starter” or “ragi tempe”.

Soybean Tempeh

Soybean Tempeh

We As A Tempeh Starter Seller

We are tempehbumbung, a tempeh starter seller who sell tempeh starter online. To facilitate the customers. we provide a website containing many information related to tempeh at tempebumbung.wordpress.com. In addition, the customers can also find our complete contact there to make it easier to contact us via either phone or e-mail.

We always try our best to give best service to our customers no matter who they are and where they come from. We sell tempeh starter not only to Indonesian but also foreigners. We have started our online business since 2015, but so far we already receive many orders from overseas such as Australia, Brunei, Malaysia, Vietnam, Thailand, Hongkong, China, German, and Slovakia.

Ragi Tempe Raprima

Ragi Tempe Raprima

The Shipping Of Tempeh Starter To Slovakia

Recently, we just got tempeh starter order from Mr. Marek Karabčík who lives in Slovakia. He just visited our website and found that we were the tempeh starter seller. Via email, he said that he wanted to tasted tempeh made by himself. Finally, he ordered 1 pack of tempeh starter from us.

We used Pos Indonesia services to send the item to Slovakia which took for about 2-3 weeks.

As a tempeh starter seller, we are not only serving for tempeh starter request, but we also open for anything from our customer such as complain, question, opinion, comment, and so forth.

We will be very happy to help our customer when they need help. Like Mr. Marek Karabčík, he asked us about the measurement of tempeh starter since he didn’t know yet. So, we tried to help him by giving him the information about it as followed:

Raprima Yeast

Raprima Yeast

The measurement of tempeh starter:

2gr (Inokulum) Raprima tempeh starter for 1kg soybeans

1 full teaspoon (Inokulum) Raprima tempeh starter for 2.5kg soybeans

– 1 tablespoon (Inokulum) Raprima tempeh starter for 10kg soybeans

How to contact us?

We sell Raprima tempeh starter online through our website at tempebumbung.wordpress.com. We realize that in foreign country, tempeh starter is quite difficult to find. If any, it might be expensive. As a result, we try to help anyone who wants to make their own tempeh by selling tempeh starter online throughout the world. We provide website, email address, phone number, and our address to make it easier to contact us. To facilitate the customer in purchasing, the payment can be transferred to PayPal.

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

If you are interested in making homemade tempeh by yourself, you can buy Raprima tempeh starter from us with affordable price. Besides, if you want to know more about tempeh such as tempeh recipes, how to cook tempeh, and so forth, we are here to help you. Please, feel free to contact us every time at:

Call/SMS/WA

+62 857 4849 1242

E-mail:

tempebumbung@gmail.com

Address:

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


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THE SHIPPING OF TEMPEH STARTER ORDER FOR MRS. FATIMAH IN BRUNEI

THE SHIPPING OF TEMPEH STARTER ORDER FOR MRS. FATIMAH IN BRUNEI

Do you know tempeh? What do you think about it? Is it delicious?

Well, tempeh is one of Indonesian cuisines that is very popular with its unique taste. It is made by fermenting cooked soybeans and then forming the mixture into a firm, dense cake. Tempeh is also well-known as vegan food as a substitute for meat.

For Indonesian people, is it very easy to find tempeh in most supermarkets. But in foreign country, finding tempeh can be quite difficult. There are many people who live overseas want to eat tempeh but they don’t know where to buy it. Finally, many of them try to make tempeh homemade. But, new problem arises. They don’t know where to find tempeh starter. If any, it can be expensive.

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Yes! Tempeh starter plays an important role in the tempeh-making process. Without starter, soybeans cannot be fermented to be tempeh. Then, how they can find tempeh starter?

We are tempebumbung, an online marketer of tempeh starter. We are here to help those who find difficulty to find starter. We also have a website to provide information about our product. You can open our website at: www.tempebumbung.wordpress.com.

If you feel difficult to find tempeh starter, you can find it easily in our online business with affordable price. Besides, if you need any help or guide in making tempeh, we will help you step by step and as much as we can. Raprima is one of tempeh starter brand that we sell.

Why Raprima tempeh starter?

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

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

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

  4. It contains Rhizopus spores in high quantities.

  5. It is free of pathogenic bacteria.

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Several weeks ago, our customer from Brunei, Mrs. Fatimah ordered our Raprima tempeh starter in retail. From our conversation, we could know that she has run her business in making tempeh for a long time as she said that in a day, she could produce 30kg of soybeans everyday.

At that time, she ordered 2 packs of tempeh starter from us with expired date on October. At the same day she made a payment, we sent tempeh starter to her directly. As usual, we use Pos Indonesia service with estimation 2 weeks.

As you can see above, tempeh is not only popular in Indonesia. Even in Brunei there is also tempeh manufacture business that can produce at least 30kg soybeans everyday. It means that there are many people there who really like eating tempeh.

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Finally, if you are about to buy Raprima tempeh starter, we are tempebumbung are here to facilitate you. We are ready to send tempeh starter to all over Indonesia regions, even throughout the world. Please feel free to contact us every time you need. To make your purchasing easier, the payment can be transferred to PayPal.

Contact us at:

Call/SMS/WA

+62 857 4849 1242

E-mail:

tempebumbung@gmail.com

Address:

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

Thanks for reading.

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HOW TO MAKE TEMPEH STARTER?

HOW TO MAKE TEMPEH STARTER?

Tempeh is a traditional food for Indonesian. The special taste of tempeh makes society in Indonesia love tempeh so much. And it becomes their favorite foods. Tempeh becomes a friend when they breakfast, lunch, or dinner. And now tempeh becomes a snack that can be consumed all the time. Usually this snack is called tempeh chips. You can find it in supermarket near your house. Not only that, tempeh chips becomes their partner when they are working, watching television, or especially when they feel boring or take a rest after they do activities all day long.

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

In making tempeh, there is an important materials that must be combined. It is tempeh starter. So if you want to make a tempeh starter by your self, this is how to make tempeh starter:

The ingredients that you need to make tempeh starter:

  • Rice about 300 gram

  • Tempeh powder about 3 gram or as the same as 1% from the number of total rice that you use

  • Rice powder that has been fried

Tools:

  • Tool is used to steam

  • Bamboo tampah

  • Wood stirrer

  • Plastic or more better banana leaf

  • Grinder or pounder

  • Sift for flour

  • Wok for frying rice

  • Plastic bag sufficiently

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Steps:

1. The first step in making tempeh starter is wash the rice until clean. After that cook rice until done. Then raise and chill it.

2. Rice that has been cold then sprinkle with tempeh powder as much as 3 grams. Stir until well mixed.

3. Then rice that has been sprinkled with tempeh powder which saved on the top of bamboo tampah, and this bamboo tampah has been cleaned. After that, covered it with banana leaf and plastic.

4. Save that tampah with the rice in the curing place until all rice are grown by mushrooms. That mushroom grow which is called mushrooms of tempeh. The mushrooms are already is a mushrooms that complete with spore and it will look black. In the curing place, occasionally open the cover of plastic or banana leaf but don’t do it often.

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

5. After the rice become black color because of spore mushroom, take and dry on the sun until dry evenly.

6. After dry, puree the rice by pounding or ground. After smooth, sift the rice powder and save it in the container.

7. Next, the results of sieve is called tempeh starter diluted with rice powder that has been fried sangan. The comparison, for 10 gram of tempeh starter is added 50 until 100 gram of the rice powder sangan.

8. After finished, save tempeh starter in the plastic, don’t let the air come in. It is easy right in making tempeh starter. So, what’s wrong if you try it.

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Raprima Tempeh Starter

Now, you can try to make tempeh starter by your self in your house. The materials that is needed is simple and easy to find it. But if you don’t have the time to make tempeh starter, you can order tempeh starter in our website tempebumbung.wordpress.com. Tempeh strater that we provide is Raprima Tempeh Starter. We give you service all the time, so you can contact us whenever. We give service for ordering from Indonesia and also abroad. So just for you who loves tempeh, you can contact us below:

+6285748491242

email: tempebumbung@gmail.com

office: Maron, Donoharjo, Ngaglik, Sleman, Yogyakarta 55581

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Soybean Tempeh

The Easy Way To Make Your Own Tempeh

The Easy Way To Make Your Own Tempeh

Tempeh is one of the foodstuff which is already quite familiar in our daily life. It is made from soybeans through a fermentation process so it produces soy covered with white membrane that we usually call tempeh. The tempeh-making process is actually not difficult and we can make it ourselves though on a small scale. The most important things in the tempeh-making process are the materials used must be clean, the soybean used must be good-quality and quite old, and the yeast used must be also good-quality. All of those will affect the production of tempeh that we make.

Soybean Tempeh

Soybean Tempeh

To make our own tempeh, we can prepare some ingredients such as:

  1. Soybeans

  2. Tempeh yeast

  3. Clean water

  4. Container (tampah or irik)

  5. Basin/Big Pot

  6. Banana leaves/plastic

  7. The stove/furnace

Soybeans

Soybeans

How to make:

  1. Prepare good-quality soybeans. Its form is usually roundish shape and yellowish white color. After that, soybeans can be washed in a big basin/pot so that all the dirt can lost. This process is important because if the soybeans are dirty, then the tempeh produced will be less good. The boiling process can take about 1 hour to really mature.

  2. The soybeans boiled should be cooled. Simply place it in a bucket or large container and the boiling water does not need to be replaced. This process allows the skin attached in the soybean can be quickly peeled off. After a day of settling, soybeans can be washed up to exfoliate skin attached and removed. The used cooking water and the soybean skin can be given as cow’s drink or cattle food.

  3. Once clean, soybeans can be boiled again. This process takes about 30-90 minutes depending the amount of boiled soybeans.

  4. After that, let the soybeans aerated. Try to place it in the container or irik which has holes underneath so the water can be easily out. Once colder, we can provide yeast that has been pulverized, mixed it until blended.

  5. After blended, we can wrap it with banana leaves, bamboo that has been divided into 2 or plastics. Special for plastics, the surface should be pierced with a stick so that air can get in to make fermentation easy.

  6. After that, just wait until the tempeh fermentation process finish and tempeh are ready to processed into a delicious meal.

In the process of fermentation, good-quality yeast is needed indeed. The type of yeast used will affect the quality of tempeh produced. Therefore, you had better choose yeast that can give good quality to the tempeh produced. The type of tempeh yeast commonly used is type of raprima brands which you can get in our place.

Please read our article in
Selling Tempeh Yeast Brand Of Raprima.

Soybean Tempeh

Soybean Tempeh

Tempeh can be processed into a variety of dishes, either a light meal, a snack or a main course when dining with family. In a restaurant even, soybean meal is in the menu list, especially for Javanese cuisine. We can make a variety of tempeh processed like Tempeh Botok, Tempeh Chips, Tempeh Brittle, Tempeh Orak Arik, Bacem Tempeh, Fried Tempeh, Mendoan Tempeh, Vegetable Santan Tempeh and many others.

If you are about to make tempeh by yourself, you can contact us to get good-quality tempeh yeast. Just contact us whenever you need. We are ready to send our product throughout the world with the affordable price.

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