Kinu which literally means "silk", refers to Kinu-tofu which is made by pouring soy milk mixed with a coagulant into a container. A silk cloth is not used in this procedure. The end product is called Kinugosi, because it feels like silk, and has a very smooth taste. Kinu-tofu contains more potassium than kinu-tofu. It is a very healthy food, as tofu does not contain any cholesterol

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