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Take Your Noods To-Go

It's May 1st, and if the memes have done their job, you're probably craving ramen noodles today. Justin Timberlake might not know how to make a decent pop song anymore, but you can pop on No Strings Attached while you make this ramen dish.

Ramen and veggies in a mason jar
Take Your Ramen Sout To Go!


  • 2 Tablespoons shoyu sauce

  • 1 Tablespoon chili garlic sauce

  • 8 oz. tofu (or protein of your choice), diced

  • 5 oz. spinach, cooked and chopped

  • 1 carrot, shredded

  • 1 teaspoon grated ginger

  • 8 oz. mushrooms, sliced

  • 1 red pepper thinly sliced

  • ¼ cabbage thinly sliced

  • ¼ bunch of cilantro

  • 2 teaspoons Better Than Bouillon

  • 2 packages ramen noodles - any brand is okay. We used Lotus Foods brown rice and millet noodles for this. If you use the ones that come with the seasoning packet, discard the packet. You don't need that salt bomb.

a table with ingredients for ramen soup
Let's Make Some Noods!

Get Your Ingredients from Forty Acres Fresh Market

Order a $20 Veggie Box and request red or green cabbage, bell peppers, mushrooms, cilantro, spinach, ginger, and carrots

Check for the latest information on Forty Acres Fresh Market produce stands and popup markets.


  1. Saute mushrooms in a little bit of sesame oil, cooking them until they develop a little color. Set to the side

  2. Saute tofu in sesame oil until browned all over

  3. In a bowl whisk together chili garlic sauce, shoyu, better than bouillon, and grated ginger

  4. Evenly distribute sauce to the bottom of your mason jars

  5. Make a slaw with your carrots, cabbage, and cilantro

  6. Add in your vegetables. You can do each in it's own layer if you're doing it for the asthetics, but you can also put everything in all mixed together

  7. Add your cooked tofu or other protein to the top of the jar

  8. Store in the fridge up to 6 days. When ready to serve, add boiling water* overtop, filling almost to the top of the jar and let sit for 5 minutes. Stir everything together, and enjoy. If you'd like them a little hotter, microwave for 1-2 minutes after pouring in boiling water

*be careful to bring the glass jar up to room temp before adding your boiling water. Most glass jars are not made of borosilicate glass and may shatter when exposed to dramatic temperature changes


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