I’m constantly amazed and delighted by the yumminess found at the local farmers market nowadays. My latest obsession is the fresh spring rolls from Hodo Soy Beanery, makers of fresh, organic tofu in the SF Bay Area.
I’ve eaten many a spring rolls in my day but these rule them all. They’re so good – they don’t need any dip whatsoever. And they don’t come with one. Nothing. They’re that tasty all on their own.
Each week that I’ve gotten a roll, I’ve tried to analyze them. What exactly is in it that makes them taste so darn good. Yes, I’ve tried the obvious. I flat out asked what’s in it. Tofu, carrot, lettuce, noodles – the usual stuff.
Is the tofu fried? Nope. Is any part of it fried? No. What could it be? Some sort of seasonings? Their fresh tofu? I just don’t know.