GIVEAWAY! Longevity Miso Ramen Base

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Want to try our Longevity Miso Ramen Base for free? Now is your chance! 
 
WN Foods is giving away prizes to 6 lucky winners! Each winner will get a bottle of our Longevity Miso Ramen Base. This product can be mixed with water to make restaurant-quality ramen broth at home.
 
To enter, simply head to our Facebook page and comment on the giveaway post by 10/10/18! See below for the rest of the rules.
  • Prize is one (1) 9.8oz squeeze bottle of Longevity Miso Ramen base
  • Open to the US only
  • Comment must be left on the official giveaway post on WN Foods’ Facebook page by 10/10
  • Must like WN Foods on Facebook page to enter
  • 1 comment per person allowed
  • Six (6) winners will be chosen through a random number generator
  • Entrants must be willing to provide their shipping address so that we may send them the prize
  • Shipping paid for by WN Foods

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Here at WN Foods, we co-pack high quality sauces, cooked with the finest ingredients. If you would like us to manufacture your sauce recipe, or if you would like our food science team to help you develop your own sauce, please contact us at (510) 487-8877 or wingnienfoods@gmail.com.

Meal Prep With WN Foods

Have you heard of meal prepping? Many people meal prep, or prepare meals in bulk ahead of time in order to save time, save money, and ensure that they eat proper portions for each meal. Here are some easy and delicious meal prep recipe using WN Foods sauces!

Teriyaki Chicken

This teriyaki chicken meal prep recipe from Tasty is balanced and sure to be a crowd pleaser even for picky eaters. With our Double Hi Soy Sauce, the sweet and savory teriyaki sauce comes together quickly, making this meal flavorful and extremely easy to prepare in bulk. Give it a try!

Mason Jar Miso Ramen

If you modify this recipe from Serious Eats a bit to incorporate our Longevity Miso Ramen Base, meal prepping becomes even easier! You can customize the ramen to include any of your favorite meats, veggies, or other toppings. Its mason jar packaging also makes it convenient to carry on the go.

Honey Sriracha Shrimp

Craving seafood? Try this meal prep recipe from The Fitchen with our Longevity Sriracha Sauce! The nutritious and tasty shrimp and veggies are easy to prepare, and are sure to brighten your day with a burst of flavor.

Which meal prep recipe will you try first? Let us know!

Here at WN Foods, we co-pack high quality sauces, cooked with the finest ingredients. If you would like us to manufacture your sauce recipe, or if you would like our food science team to help you develop your own sauce, please contact us at (510) 487-8877 or wingnienfoods@gmail.com.

Breakfast Foods Of The World

Every morning, people around the world sit down and eat the most important meal of the day: breakfast. However, breakfast meals differ greatly around the world. Americans love eating eggs for breakfast, but that would be unfathomable in some parts of Europe. Isn’t it interesting how different our tastes are? Let’s have a look at breakfast foods of the world.

North America

In the USA and Canada, the typical breakfast is comprised of eggs cooked to your preference, meat (usually bacon or sausage), toast, potatoes, and a bit of fruit on the side. Other popular choices include pancakes, oatmeal, and yogurt. It’s a filling meal meant to include lots of protein.

South America

Different South American countries have different preferred breakfast foods, but they’re all flavorful and nutritious. Some of the most popular dishes are arepas (corn cakes filled with savory fillings like cheese and pork), calentado (arepas with beans, rice, eggs, and meat), and medialunas (crescent rolls).

Europe

Europe also has varying breakfast preferences across the continent, from sweet to sour to savory. The French like fresh pastries and coffee, the Dutch eat bread with hagelslag (sweet sprinkles), and the Swedes love open-faced savory sandwiches. Breakfast dishes differ just as much as the wide variety of cultures and languages in Europe, but they all have their own unique charm.

Africa

Each African country has its favorite breakfast dish, but many of them have foods in common, like breads and porridges. People in Africa start their day with meals like chai and mandazi (sweet doughnut-like buns), akara (deep-fried spiced beans), and sweet pudding. These all seem so delicious, we can’t decide which one we like best!

Middle East

At Middle Eastern breakfast table, not only do you wake up, so do your tastebuds! Savory, delectable dishes like shakshouka (poached eggs in tomato chili sauce), ful medames (dried fava beans), and bread with zaatar (a powerful spice mixture) ensure that you’re nurtured and ready to tackle the day ahead of you.

Asia

It’s impossible to pinpoint one Asian breakfast food as there are so many beloved morning foods to choose from. China, Thailand, and Indonesia prefer congee (rice porridge). India likes hot breads, such as paratha and dosa. Japan loves rice, miso soup, and natto (fermented soybeans). The list goes on and on!

Oceania

Breakfast in Australia is similar to North American breakfasts, but it’s totally different in Polynesia. Popular breakfast meals include firi firi (coconut milk donuts), raw fish, and fresh fruit. In other words, they prefer foods that are both influenced by their ties to France, but also by which ingredients are readily available on the islands. Yum!

What do you eat for breakfast? Let us know!

Here at WN Foods, we co-pack high quality sauces, cooked with the finest ingredients. If you would like us to manufacture your sauce recipe, or if you would like our food science team to help you develop your own sauce, please contact us at (510) 487-8877 or wingnienfoods@gmail.com.

Types of Ramen Broth

WN Ramen

WN Foods just released a Miso Ramen Base that you mix with water to create a delicious broth, and we’re working to create more flavors in the future. Let’s take a look at miso ramen broth and a few of our other options!

Miso

As it says in the name, miso ramen broth is made with miso, a fermented Japanese soy paste. The rich umami (savory) flavor of this broth pairs well with any topping you can think of! It’s a great option for warming yourself up on cold days.

Tonkotsu

Tonkotsu broth is made with pork bones. It’s often creamy, full of complex flavors, and very filling. Toppings like fish cakes and eggs really soak up the prominent taste of the broth. Doesn’t it make you hungry?

Shoyu

Soy sauce is the most important player in shoyu ramen broth. It sounds simple, but together with the chicken stock, ginger, and kombu, it creates a symphony of various different delicious flavors. We can’t wait to make this one for our wonderful customers!

Shio

Shio ramen gets its taste simply from salt. It’s a clear, light broth that is great for ramen newbies and veterans alike. Its straightforward but tasteful flavor makes it easy to pair with all your favorite toppings!

Have you tried any of these ramen broths before? Which type of would you like to try first?

Here at WN Foods, we co-pack high quality sauces, cooked with the finest ingredients. If you would like us to manufacture your sauce recipe, or if you would like our food science team to help you develop your own sauce, please contact us at (510) 487-8877 or wingnienfoods@gmail.com.