The term Ramen means something like "hand-pulled noodles". From the 19th century, they were used, optimized and adapted in Japan. The Japanese version likely first appeared in Tokyo 1910. Since then, the noodles have also found popular use in asian fast food restaurants. Miso itself is made from soybean paste and is known for its umami flavor.
About the brand: Kurata's ramen consists mainly of wheat flour, salt and water, but is completely vegan. Nevertheless, the brand promises a taste experience that will go beyond the usual vegan taste standard. Here, Kurata has fully explored the umami flavor of vegetables without resorting to animal extracts or flavor enhancers. Vegepota, Yuzushio and Miso are three more flavors for Kurata Ramen - made for slurping!
Ingredients: Pasta: WHEAT flour, water, table salt, acidity regulators (E501, E500, E452, E340). Soup base: 19% SOY bean paste (water, SOY beans, rice, table salt), SOY sauce (water, defatted SOY beans, WHEAT, table salt), sugar, SESAME seeds, vegetable and yeast extract (dextrin, vegetable extract [potato, onion, carrot], table salt, Yeast), Chinese bean paste with chili (salted chili, field bean paste [water, field beans, table salt, WHEAT], rice vinegar [water, rice, WHEAT], chili powder, table salt), table salt, ethyl alcohol, garlic, ginger, spices).
Allergens:Sesame, soy, wheat.