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- Product: DB Soda Crackers Lightly Salted Tops
- Product: Diamond G Calrose Rice 15#
- Product: Diamond G Rice
Cooking with rice is an excellent way to stretch your food dollars. At only four cents per serving, using rice will help you prepare economical dishes that are still delicious and nutritious. Rice is free of cholesterol, fat, and sodium and is the perfect choice for quick to fix recipes at any meal.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Guide Pyramid shows you what to choose, and how much to eat from each food group to get the nutrients you need without excess calories, fat, cholesterol, sugar, or sodium.
The largest portion of your diet should come from the group at the base of the pyramid; rice, bread, cereal and pasta group — 6 to 11 servings a day. These complex carbohydrate foods are low in calories and fat and are an important source of energy.
- Product: Dragon Brand Long Rice 8-pack Pink Mesh
Dragon Brand Long Rice 8-pack Pink Mesh
- Product: Dynasty Lup Chong
Dynasty Lup Chong
- Product: Enjoy Imperial Mix
- Product: Enjoy Li Hing Sour Fruit Salad
- Product: Enjoy Li Hing Sour Hula Keikis
- Product: Enjoy Strawberry Sour Belts
- Product: Enjoy Tokyo Mame Mix
- Product: Enjoy Wasabi Nori Maki
- Product: Food of Hawaii Coconut Syrup
- Product: Food Of Hawaii Guava Syrup
Enjoy your waffles or pancakes with Hawaii's finest guava syrup.
- Product: Franks Foods Portuguese Sausage Hot
Franks Foods Portuguese Sausage Hot
- Product: Franks Foods Portuguese Sausage Mild
Portuguese Brand Sausage (12.0 oz. pkg) is a Hawaiian favorite that goes great with scrambled eggs, rice, and shoyu(soy sauce) for breakfast
- Product: Furikake Katsuo Mirin
Seasoned Dried Bonito & Sesame Seed Mix
- Product: Furikake Nori Goma
- Product: Golden Coin Boiled Peanuts
- Product: Golden Coin Chicken Curry Manapua
- Product: Golden Coin Manapua (Char Siu Pao) 6 ct.
MANAPUA 6 CT
Manapua, a reflection of the Chinese influence—one of many—on the Hawaiian culture, is an echo of the Chinese char siu bao, the barbecued pork-filled steamed dumplings you may have seen on a dim sum cart.