Lotus Foods Rice Ramen Noodles, Millet and Brown Rice with Miso Soup, 10 Count

By | December 31, 2014

Lotus Foods brings you Millet & Brown Rice Ramen, traditional Japanese-style noodles made from our specialty rice instead of wheat! In addition to being gluten free, millet and brown rice are some of the most nutritious and easily digestible grains.Our Millet & Brown Rice Ramen has a delicious nutty taste and is a good source of fiber and protein. Ready to eat in just 4 minutes! Add to soup or miso for a quick bowl of flavorful and nourishing noodles any time. For a complete meal, use Ramen in your favorite stir-fry, or enjoy a cold noodle salad with a simple tamari and sesame oil dressing. Great for home consumption or at restaurants and cafes.

Product Features

  • Gluten free
  • Vegan
  • Ready in 4 minutes
  • Low in sodium and fat
  • Made with non GMO ingredients

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3 Comments

shopper granny on 12/31/2014 at 11:23.

Soak Rice Noodles, Don’t Boil Them 0

BRR on 12/31/2014 at 11:31.

Bad quality control Their rice ramen used to be a wonderful product – I heartily second the previous reviews based on the companies old formula. It now basically turns to rubbery, gooey stuff that is very unappetizing. Several weeks ago, we bought three packages of their millet and brown rice. All three were terrible, so we contacted the company, and they promptly sent us one replacement package, assuring us that they’d had no other complaints. That package was wonderful, like their old formula. We just bought…

Candace M. Rickson on 12/31/2014 at 11:40.

Something is different in recently produced noodles Earlier this year I received a box of this ramen with miso marked 11/30/15 on the bottom of the box. The noodles were very, very good-they cooked properly. The last box I received have the date 10/31/16 on the bottom For one thing the noodles look different, more brown. Also they do not break apart in boiling water, even when prodding with a fork as I believe another writer noted. And they do not taste good even if you try to eat the gloppy mess that forms. Something is seriously wrong here. I…