VIP Member's Weekly Food Info. and Menu


**The meals are recommended to eat either warm or cold. For more information on this and for other menus please view our "Reheat Instructions" webpage under "Food." 

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Pink Small Dot #41 Riz sauvage aux noix (wild rice with nuts))   
Recommended: Cold or Warm. 

Black Small Dot #25 gateau de riz de soja (soy rice cake))  

Recommended: Warm

Green Small Dot: #33 Riz vert gram (green gram rice)

Recommended: Warm 

Brown Small Dot:#106 biscuits au chococolat et a I'avoine ( chocolate patmeal cookies)
Recommended: Eat Cold or Warm

Orange Small Dot:#10 Doux barre de nourriture (Sweet oatmeal cookies)
Recommended: Eat Cold, Warm

Red small Dot: #99 Boule de banane (Banana ball)
Recommended: Eat Cold

Yellow Small Dot: Soy Porridge and Regular Porridge
Recommended: Eat Warm or Cold

Other RRicecream, please click " REHEAT PAGE " for Videos & detail instruction.

Health Benefits of your RRicecream Menu Ingredients for this week:

Mung beans:
They are a high source of nutrients including manganese, potassium, magnesium, folate, copper, zinc and various B vitamins. They are also a very filling food, high in protein, resistant starch, and dietary fiber.

Sesame seeds:
Not only are sesame seeds an excellent source of copper and a very good source of manganese, but they are also a good source of calcium, magnesium, iron, phosphorus, vitamin B1, zinc, molybdenum, selenium, and dietary fiber.

Quinoa is one of the most protein-rich foods we can eat, it contains almost twice as much fiber as most other grains, contains iron, lysine, rich in magnesium, high in Riboflavin (B2). ...

Asian pears:
High in fiber, low in calories and contain a number of micronutrients that are important for blood, bone, and cardiovascular health. Although delicious on their own, the light sweetness and crispy texture of Asian pears make them unique.

Chia seeds:
What are the benefits of chia seeds? They are an excellent source of omega-3 fatty acids, rich in antioxidants, and they provide fiber, iron, and calcium. Omega-3 fatty acids help raise HDL cholesterol, the "good" cholesterol that protects against heart attack and stroke.

Hemp Seeds: 
Hemp Seeds are incredibly nutritious. Hemp seeds contain over 30% fat. They are exceptionally rich in two essential fatty acids, linoleic acid (omega-6) and alpha-linolenic acid (omega-3). They also contain gamma-linolenic acid, which has been linked with several health benefits. 

Wild Rice:
Wild rice keeps your digestion smooth and helps lower cholesterol. Wild rice is a good source of essential minerals such as phosphorus, zinc, and folate, which give you energy and nurture your bones. Vitamins A, Cand E are essential for overall health and immunity. 

Black Beans:
Like other legumes, such as peanuts, peas, and lentils are prized for their high protein and fiber content. They also contain several other key vitamins and minerals that are known to benefit human health.