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The team at What's Good at Trader Joe's? reviews Trader Joe’s Edamame Tofu Nuggets

What's Good at Trader Joe's?

Trader Joe’s Edamame Tofu Nuggets

Nathan Rodgers, his wife Sonia, and their friend Russ Shelly and his wife Sandy set out almost two years ago to review the cult grocer's some 4,500 products for their site What's Good at Trader Joe's?, and so far they've covered more than 300 products. While the reviewers are fans of Trader Joe's, they take reviewing seriously — their first review was even negative. Here's their process:

• They rate products on a scale of one to 10, 10 being the best.

• For any post, two people rate the product.

• Reviewers give their overall impression and up to five points each.

For Russ, Sonia, Shelly, and Sandy, Trader Joe's Edamame Tofu Nuggets fell into the category of Unusual Finds. Noted Russ, "There’s a lot you’ll see at Trader Joe’s that you just won’t readily see somewhere else. Needless to say, there are more homeruns than strikeouts, so we’re always on the lookout." Here's their take on the product:

Trader Joe’s Edamame Tofu Nuggets (8/10 points)

Finally, a vegetarian nugget option that, instead of trying to emulate meat, is its own, unique product. Although Asian-inspired, these paired well with any sauce we dunked them in. Fantastic. Read more about this product on What's Good at Trader Joe's?

More of The Best and Worst Products at Trader Joe's

Arthur Bovino is The Daily Meal's executive editor. Follow Arthur on Twitter.


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!


Trader Joe’s Japanese Styled Fried Rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed

This a Japanese styled fried rice with Edamame, Tofu and Hijiki Seaweed. It’s also vegan which I know many people will enjoy. It sure looks appetizing on the front of the bag.

Of course Trader Joe’s throws you a curve ball and I just had to look up Hijiki seaweed! From the web, it sounds like it is a form of seaweed that is eaten mainly at home. It is a brownish seaweed that mainly grows on the coasts of Japan, China and Korea and is eaten in all those areas. Seaweed is, of course, highly nutritious and this seaweed is supposed to be high in fiber. At first when I was cooking it I forgot about the seaweed and thought I was burning the dish and little black specks keep appearing, but soon realized that it was just the seaweed.

I think Trader Joe’s is up to 4 fried rice dishes in the frozen section. They all come in a bag and all are just heat and serve. I always opt for the stovetop method, rather than the microwave way. I think it brings more flavor and a better texture.Just like their other ones, it’s cut open the bag and with a little oil dump in the skillet and heat for a while until everything is hot.

While it heating up, I could smell soy sauce and the rice and vegetables sauteing a little bit, which is what you want. It was taking a little too long to heat up so I put a lid on the skillet to help things along.

It’s 1lb of food in the whole bag and I was really hungry and ate the whole thing and it was really too much and I could feel it all afternoon. Probably should split this with someone and have some dumplings or soup or something else. Maybe some of their faux sushi would probably go great with this.

When I got it in the bowl I was expecting to see some tofu, but I picked through it and couldn’t find anything that looked like the bag picture with chunks of Tofu on top. I think the tofu was small enough that it looked like the rice. Talking about the rice, it was a brownish color, but I think that was just from the soy sauce that had soaked into the rice and almost giving a brown rice appearance.

I really like this dish! I am probably going to buy bags of this stuff. This is what I’m talking about when I say that vegan food should be more like this and less about the fake meat. Edamame and tofu are more than enough protein to fill you up. The carrots and seaweed are a nice accent to the rest of the flavors, which can be a little bland. I did find that it needed just a little shot of soy sauce as it was a little bland and needed something salty to kick it up.

I have to say that I was very impressed with this one and this is one more reason to eat more vegan food.

I’m going to give this Trader Joe’s Japanese Style Fried Rice 9 bells! Go out and buy it now!



Comments:

  1. Jordain

    I would not refuse,

  2. Lusala

    The topic is interesting, I will take part in the discussion. I know that together we can come to the right answer.

  3. Duman

    Not in this case.

  4. Yiftach

    In a fantastic way!



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