KA-ME- Gluten-Free Review


KA-ME literally translated means “turtle” or “tortoise” in Japanese, implying permanence and traditions to the approach in manufacturing Asian food. KA-ME is over 25 years old in the business of adhering to dietary philosophies and cooking and baking methods of the Asians, brought down through traditions.

Gluten is not a staple in the Asian world or in their foods and never has been. Even the inclusion of soy and wheat is “an American idea.” How absurd!

KA-ME has delicious gluten-free, single-serve rice crackers as well as lightly-salted ones which I really enjoyed and would purchase again.

The company manufactures more products and many in Asia, yet these are the only two I tested and can comment upon.

 

Miranda Jade
www.glutenfreehelp.info.

From our home to yours, Miranda Jade.


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