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Eden Foods Organic Brown Rice Vinegar Description

 

  • Naturally Fermented
  • Gluten Free
  • Kosher

 

Made through a time-tested method that is 1,000 years old: Organic brown rice, koji, and spring water are blended in clay crocks and aged 6 to 8 months. Its sweet essence enhances almost any food and is essential to making sushi. 4.5 percent acidity. Protective amber glass bottled with a functional dispenser cap and it's refillable. Great chefs insist on our traditional brew. Please discover why. 

Eden Organic Brown rice vinegar- 10oz

SKU: 024182422160
$7.99Price
  • Water, organic brown rice, and koji - 4.5% acidity.

  • Cabbage Wraps with Almond-Agave Dressing

    Salads get a bad rap. They may not be as comforting as mac and cheese or as convenient to take on the go as sandwiches, but they�re healthy and a great way to get greens into your diet. That�s why it�s important to make salads bright and vibrant, and to top them with flavorful dressings. Eating your favorite salad ingredients as a wrap is another way to make them more fun. Take this recipe, for instance. Peppers, carrots and sprouts are tossed into a purple cabbage leaf and drizzled with tangy almond butter dressing for a colorful handheld meal you're sure to get wrapped up in.

     

    Cabbage Wraps with Almond-Agave Dressing

    Ingredients 

    Almond Butter Dressing

    3 Tbsp. raw almond butter
    2 Tbsp. agave syrup
    2 Tbsp. soy sauce
    1 Tbsp. rice vinegar
    1-2 Tbsp. water
    1 clove garlic, minced
    Red pepper flakes, to taste

    Wraps

    3 large purple cabbage leaves
    1 red bell pepper, sliced horizontally
    2 cups alfalfa sprouts
    _ yellow bell pepper, sliced vertically
    _ cup carrots, shredded
    ? cup green onions
    Hemp seeds, to top

    Directions

    • Prepare the almond butter dressing. In a small pot over medium heat, heat almond butter. Add in agave, soy sauce, vinegar, water, garlic and red pepper flakes and whisk continuously until smooth. Transfer to an airtight container. Dressing will thicken as it cools.
    • To assemble the wraps, gently pull apart cabbage leaves. Place vegetables in the leaves, by first, adding sprouts and then layering peppers, carrots and onions. Top with hemp seeds.
    • Drizzle each salad wrap with dressing.

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