Each week, the team collects spent grains from local and organic brewers. After being dehydrated, the spent grains are finely ground to make whole flour which is then mixed with wheat flour and bean flour.
The noodle nests are hand formed and come in single servings containing a noodle nest and its sauce in a bag, convenient and easy to cook. They are also available in family bag or in bulk for restaurants.
Ramen tes drêches works with grocery stores, restaurants, and would like to work with school canteens to educate children about vegetable proteins in their daily diet.
2000 pints of beer generate around 300 kg of spent grains. With 300 kg of spent grains, 2000 noodle nests can be produced. Today, Ramen tes drêches collects and recycles 600 kg of spent grains per week, and hopes to double this volume soon.
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