Organic Forbidden Rice Ramen, 4 Cakes

10 oz pouch

Retail Price: $6.59


Our Price: $4.75 (Save 28%)

10 oz pouch

Why You’ll Love It

Slurp up your favorite Japanese-style noodles without having to worry about the gluten! Lotus Foods’ game-changing ramen is made with organic, gluten-free Forbidden rice—not wheat—prized for its roasted, nutty taste, soft texture, and deep purple color. These quick-cook rice noodles soften up instantly and taste unbelievable when dunked in miso broth. And here’s the best part: each bowl has 33% less sodium than regular ramen soup. Plus, it’s ready to eat in just 4 minutes!
SKU: 708953602011

About This Brand

Established in 1995, Lotus Foods is a specialty rice company that has pioneered the introduction of exotic rice handcrafted on small family farms in remote areas of the world such as Bhutan, Bangladesh, and China, into the US market. Each rice varietal is distinguished by its terroir and treasured for its distinctive cooking quality, taste, texture, aroma, color, and nutritional value. Lotus Foods was founded with the intent and vision to support sustainable global agriculture by promoting production of traditional heirloom rice varieties, many of which may otherwise have become extinct, while enabling the small family rice farmer to earn an honorable living. Lotus Foods is the only US-based company with the unique vision and commitment to seek out small family rice farmers in developing countries and provide them a means of economic support through access to a global and sustainable marketplace economy.
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Ingredients

Organic Black Rice Flour, Organic Brown Rice Flour, Organic White Rice Flour.


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Serving Size 1/2 piece (35g) Servings Per Container 8

Amount Per Serving

Calories 130 Calories from Fat 15

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 1.5g 2%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 0mg 0%
Total Carbohydrate 27g 9%
Dietary Fiber <1g 2%
Sugars 0g
Protein 3g

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 0%
Iron 2%

Reviews For Organic Forbidden Rice Ramen, 4 Cakes

Based on 3 Reviews

Healthy ramen soup

These are delicious and easy to make. While these are cooking, sautee some veggies in sesame oil. Add veggie broth mixed with liquid aminos and the sauteed veggies. Add the ramen and sprinkle with scallions and sesame seeds. Yummy, healthy and easy to make. These noodles are delicious!

- Brittany

Fun to experiment with... and delicious!

I did not make a salad with these. I made them into a soup. I boiled the noodles in beef broth adding chives, spinach, and miso-sautéed mushrooms (bella and ordinary white). It was so delicious that I made it again. And again. In comparison to ordinary ramen, these noodles are richer and soften even better. They are healthier and tastier.

- Maribel

Yum!

These noodles are like roman noodles but better quality and nutrition!

- Nikoo

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