Fried Rice

Gochujang Fried Rice, with Broccoli, Carrots & Drunken Tofu

Short history: Rice is believed to have first been cultivated and domesticated in the Yangtze River valley in China about 12,000 years ago! Remains of rice were also found in the Indo-Gangetic Plain from 3000-2500 BC, and it is believed to have then spread to the west rapidly and was in southern Europe by medieval times and served as a hearty grain. Presently, Asian farmers still are responsible for about 92% of the world’s rice. With this stew, you will receive B vitamins, iron, manganese, magnesium, and more!

Warm in a pan over medium high heat.

Customer Comments:

“Whoever is coming up with the Asian inspired meals is on a hot streak! The amazing lo mein last week and now the best fried rice I’ve ever had!” – Heather St, from Cave Creek

“I ate this after a 7 mile hike- shaky, low energy, and this gave me the recovery I needed.” – Samantha Ho. from Scottsdale

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