I just pulled it out today and unwrapped it to find it has black spots on it.
I haven't cooked with tempeh before, but I know it's made with mold, right? That's the white stuff on it? But what's up with the black stuff? Is that edible too?
Edit: Google to the rescue! "The formation of black spores, especially around the holes, where there's a lot of oxygen, the molds will produce some black spores. This tempeh is still eatable."
*scampers off to cook my moldy tempeh*