Raw Rutes Tofu Presses

A.W. Cornwell | 16 July, 2013 | 2 Comments

Meet the Tofu Warrior Family

The Tofu Ninja, Samurai and Sumo are just what you need to make tofu tasty. Those of us with vegan or vegetarian lifestyles are all too familiar with our carnivore friends describing this staple meat substitute as being reminiscent of cardboard or being flavorless. The Tofu Ninja, Samurai and Sumo hack those comparisons to pieces.
By pressing out moisture with three pounds of pressure, these little guys leave tofu ready to absorb any marinades and flavors and crisp up just like the tofu in your favorite restaurant's General Tso's Tofu, Pad Thai, Tofu Skewers or Tofu Scrambles. By using a tofu press, you can turn tofu into a sponge ready to soak up all that tasty goodness.


These products were carefully developed by us, and are made to our specifications. Each of these noble warriors is made entirely in the U.S.A. Buffalo, New York to be specific. You know, the home of Bethlehem Steel and General Motors. If any city knows how to produce a durable steel product, it's probably them. The craftsmanship in each press is sure to turn it into a counter-top feature in your house. You might find yourself bringing it along to parties, barbeques and even bachelor parties(Okay, maybe that's a stretch.). 

If you're ready for a cool addition to your counter-top, kitchen and social life, give one of these little guys a try! We know you'll love it!



Comments (2 Responses)

19 May, 2014

A.W. Cornwell

Hi Sheila!
Thanks for your questions! The weights on our tofu presses weigh in at just over 4 lbs each. We suggest pressing a half block of store-bought tofu for 15-30 minutes, depending on the tofu’s firmness and how much moisture you wish to remove. There are no videos we know of at this time, but each press does come with a manual outlining its operation, which is quite simple.

19 May, 2014


Greetings. Your tofu press is a beautiful design. A few questions: 1) How much does the pressing weight weigh? 2) How long does it take to press tofu in this press? 3) Are there any how-to videos on the Internet on its use?

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