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Ramen restaurant sells vegan alternatives that look the part

The restaurant uses various ingredients like mushrooms, asparagus, lettuce, eggplant, green beans and edible flowers to create the aesthetic ramen bowls. (My Ramen Company)
The restaurant uses various ingredients like mushrooms, asparagus, lettuce, eggplant, green beans and edible flowers to create the aesthetic ramen bowls. (My Ramen Company)
The restaurant uses various ingredients like mushrooms, asparagus, lettuce, eggplant, green beans and edible flowers to create the aesthetic ramen bowls. (My Ramen Company)
The restaurant uses various ingredients like mushrooms, asparagus, lettuce, eggplant, green beans and edible flowers to create the aesthetic ramen bowls. (My Ramen Company)
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27 Jul 2021 07:07:24 GMT9
27 Jul 2021 07:07:24 GMT9

Shams El -Mutwalli Dubai

Japanese noodle restaurant Glass Noodle is offering their customers My Ramen’s vegan alternatives that look the part, decorated to resemble a bouquet of flowers priced at ¥1,000 ($9.05) and available for purchase at the Shibuya Marui department store.

The restaurant uses various ingredients like mushrooms, asparagus, lettuce, eggplant, green beans and edible flowers to create the aesthetic ramen bowls.

My Ramen aims to enhance their broths by maximizing the advantages of macrobiotics, and the yeast made from organic grains are then fermented until the yeast protein is decomposed into amino acids, their website shares.

Their official website also outlines how they use special ingredients like potatoes and a special method to make noodles, opting to use natural water instead of chemically made brine.

Customers have the option of deciding what broth and noodles they want and can opt for the standard noodles, or a gluten-free option complemented by either a shoyu, shio or miso broth.

Customers can also purchase a standard ramen bowl for ¥500 or buy the noodles from the ramen restaurant’s online store and make them at home.

The restaurant sells packaged noodles and broths, as well as merchandise like tote bags, coffee cups, stickers, T-shirts and sweatshirts that promote veganism.

In alignment with that, My Ramen also creates environmentally friendly packaging that can be easily recycled as well as non-VOC ink for printing free from harmful products.

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