always have at least one package of tempeh on hand in my frig
(freezes well, too). The brand I purchase
most often is by Lightlife, which comes in many varieties and
is in my regular grocery store. However, if you have a local
food co-op, check to see what they sell, too. One of our co-ops
carries tempeh made locally that is the best I have ever tasted.
It is worth the trip to purchase some to freeze.
sandwich spread could also be made into a "party ball" by simply
shaping into a ball and serving with crackers. You could make
it more festive by rolling in chopped fresh parsley or pecans.
first time I made this my husband first said "This is GOOD!",
then asked "What is it?" :-)
If desired shape into a ball and roll in minced fresh parsley
or finely chopped nuts.
used as a sandwich spread, makes filling for 4 generous sandwiches.
Serve on some type of whole grain bread (I
like mine toasted) with fresh tomatoes and lettuce,
fresh fruit, a few baked chips, and a good pickle.