When Australian transplant, Rohan Templeman fell in love and moved across the pond to Miami, he brought his love of farmer’s markets and the art of making tempeh with him. In 2017, after partnering with his father-in-law Dan Jonas, BeCultured Tempeh was born. Originating in Indonesia, tempeh is a protein source traditionally made from soy. Describing their methods as part art, part science, this duo has created irresistibly delicious tempeh made from organic beans instead of soy, which they believe makes it a more attractive and sustainable product.
A year of challenges and setbacks almost derailed their hopes of bringing homemade tempeh to Miami, however through perserveance and the passion for feeding people good food, BeCultured Tempeh is now open for business at farmer’s markets across Miami and select restaurants/stores.
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Alex and Jeanette
- CLEAR Miami
- Before the Flood
- The Paris Agreement
- Beyond Sushi
- Black Ice by Lorene Cary
- Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth by T. Harv Eker
THAT’S WHAT I LIKE:
- Upper East Side Market (Legions Park)
- What is Tempeh?
- Arto Moro Tempeh and The Tempeh Shop
- Urban Oasis Project (Episode 58)
- The Culinary Alchemist (Drigo)
- Half Baked Vegan
- Via Vegan
- B&M Market
- Farmer’s Markets
- Eating Animals
- The Everything Store
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