Sho chiku bai classic sake
Made In: United States Capacity: 180 ml Quantity Per A Package: 24 Kosher: OU
Catalog Number: 2-3054
An alcoholic beverage made by fermenting rice with special yeasts. The history of sake, also known as “Japanese rice wine”, is long and complicated, with production methods changing constantly over the years. There are dozens of sake varieties, differing in production methods, in the type of rice used and in the level of grain polishing. Sake is a very important ingredient in Japanese cuisine, and serves as a base for sauces and marinades. When used for cooking there is no need for high grade sake and it is best to use simple sake meant for cooking.
Square noodles made of rice flour.
They are called guay chap in Thailand. When dry, their shape is square or triangular, but once cooked they roll up into cylinders.
These noodles work well in soups or as a base for stir-fried dishes, and due to their shape
(and their ability to absorb sauce) they work especially well in dishes featuring thick sauces
Kosher: Chatam Sofer Bnei Brak
Quantity Per A Package: 24
Capacity: 227 gr
Made In: Vietnam