Tempeh made in food dehydrator

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Tempeh made in food dehydrator

Postby ArthurDent004 on Wed May 27, 2020 8:15 pm

It appears you can make tempeh in a box style dehydrator. This is mung bean tempeh made yesterday. The loaf on the left was closest to the fan and the one on the right was closest to the door. It appears I didn't level the left loaf out well enough after adding them to my container because the top end had a dip in it. I turned the dehydrator off after 15 hours as the left tempeh loaf was at 108 degrees. I would have liked to have caught it right after the temps passed 100 degrees. The temps dropped to 104 degrees before starting to increase again.

Total incubation time was 34 hours. The left loaf topped out at 110 degrees F, while the other topped out at 108 degrees.
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Re: Tempeh made in food dehydrator

Postby Durgan on Wed Jun 24, 2020 8:52 pm

Needs a bit of work.

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Re: Tempeh made in food dehydrator

Postby ArthurDent004 on Mon Jun 29, 2020 12:23 am

I would agree but as this was my first attempt I was happy with the results.
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