H3Q Miki Restaurant's chefs dip fresh garlic and chillies in RUECO Rice Vinegar, which is made from RUECO premium brown rice. RUECO rice is especially cultivated from nutritious ragworm paddy fields.
The product does not contain any preservatives, artificial colorants or any other additives.
Price: VND 73,000 per jar
Brand: H3Q Miki
- 250ml vinegar
- 100g garlic
- 50g chilli
Packaging: Glass jar with metallic lid
Ingredients: RUECO rice vinegar made from RUECO premium brown rice, fresh garlic, fresh chillies.
Cook: H3Q Miki Restaurant
Address: No.9, Dinh Ngang Street, Cua Nam Ward, Hoan Kiem District, Hanoi, Vietnam
Storage: Best if refridgerated at an average temperature from 4 to 8 degrees Celcius.
ABOUT RUECO RICE VINEGAR
Ingredients: Brown rice from ragworm paddy fields, water.
Paddy field location: Kien Thuy District, Haiphong City
Manufacturer: RUECO Co., Ltd. (RUONG RUOI ECOLOGICAL JOINT STOCK COMPANY)
Office: No.22/119, lane 310/50, Nghi Tam Street, Tu Lien Ward, West Lake District, Hanoi
HOW RICE OF RAGWORM PADDY FIELDS IS MADE
1. Testing of soil and water samples
The purpose to obtain the highest quality products, including bran husks and arable land, all need to achieve safety indicators of heavy metal content, nutrient concentration, and salinity determination to select suitable plant varieties.
Sampling is done by the technician of the Center for ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, in the presence of the field owners, extension committee and members of NON-AGRICULTURAL COMMUNITY.
2. Prepare the seedlings
The soil must be nutritious enough, free of pathogens, and safe for the development of young seeds.
The healthiest seeds will be selected for planting. Sowing the seedlings on the tray ensures that when the seedlings are brought to the transplanted field, there is less root breakage, and does not affect the growth of rice plants.
4. Let the rice plant develop naturally
Before transplanting rice down, an amount of composted organic fertilizer is applied to the lagoon. Farmers will take advantage of the rising - falling tides and the continuous sediment brought in by the new water.
Rice grows completely natural, without using any chemical fertilizers.