Lo Mein

Stir-fried noodles, market veggies, and smoked tofu in a savory sauce.

Short History: Lo Mein actually originated in China, as a wheat flour noodle dish. It is unclear exactly who invented the process of mixing water and flour to make noodles, but the Chinese have been eating them for over 2,000 years! They are almost always served long and uncut because they symbolize a long and prosperous life. They are even part of big celebrations like birthdays and sometimes placed on grave sites for good luck. This meal from TVT will provide you with fiber, folate, potassium, calcium, and more!

Reheating Instructions: Warm over high heat in a pan for 1 minute

Customer Comments:

“I didn’t expect to love it so much!” – Noelle Ni. from Scottsdale

“Another great example of something I love that you have veganized and made healthy. I loved every bite of this!” – Kelly Co. from Mesa

“Crisp crunch of pea pods was a nice contrast to the noodles. Smoked tofu was a taste treat. Abundant vegetables!” – Mary Lee Ma. from Glendale

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