Rhapsody Blog

Where to buy Rhapsody products in New York City and Philadelphia

May 25 2017 by Sjon Welters  |  3 comments

Thanks to Pumpkin Village Foods we’re available at the following stores in Manhattan and Brooklyn:

Commodities Natural Market, 165 1st Ave, Manhattan – (212) 260-2600

Lifethyme, 410 6th Ave, Manhattan – (212) 420-9099

Green Hill Coop, 18 Putnam Ave, Brooklyn – (206) 383-8624

Perelandra, 175 Remsen Street, Brooklyn – (718) 855-6068

The Garden, 912 Manhattan Ave, Brooklyn – (718) 389-6448


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Rhapsody Natto now available in Boston area

Natto made by Rhapsody Natural Foods
Mar 01 2017 by Sjon Welters  |  3 comments

When you are looking for Rhapsody natto in the Boston area, you can now include Whole Foods Market at Fresh Pond Circle, Cambridge, on your list. The nearby Brighton Whole Foods Market carried our natto for a while, so they know how to get it, too; repeated customer requests will bring it back on their shelf. Please fill out …

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Natto Getting New York Times Attention

Natto Getting New York Times Attention
Aug 08 2016 by Sjon Welters  |  3 comments

Natto is getting more and more media attention. Last Tuesday the New York Times wrote this piece on Natto and the benefits of this microbe rich food!

Check it out here:

Are You Ready to Eat Your Natto?

 

 

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Rhapsody Tempeh now City Market Co-op Basic Item

Rhapsody Tempeh now City Market Co-op Basic Item
Jul 19 2016 by Sjon Welters  |  no comments yet

We are happy and honored to announce that City Market Co-op in Burlington, Vermont, has included Rhapsody Tempeh in its Co-op Basics line-up. The Co-op Basics are meant “to create a set of high-quality staples for every shopper”, quoting City Market’s page that lists all the other basic items.

Tempeh, a traditional Indonesian staple food, has gone a long …

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Make Your Own Rice Milk at Home

Make Your Own Rice Milk at Home
Jul 15 2016 by Sjon Welters  |  2 comments

Traditionally rice milk was made through the process of fermenting rice (like Amazake) and diluting to taste. Today rice milk is made by emulsifying oil, rice, water and rice syrup or sugar (unless unsweetened). The oil makes it taste rich and gives the illusion of body. Traditional rice milk is mostly rice, fermented to make it a bit sweet and …

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