Reames frozen egg noodle frequently asked questions

FAQs

Q: How long do I need to boil Reames Noodles?
A: For best results, follow the instructions on the package. For most Reames noodle products, you will need to boil for 20-30 minutes. If you are looking for a quick-cooking noodle, try Reames Pre-Cooked Egg Noodles, which cook in just 5 minutes. To see where you can find Pre-Cooked Noodles, use our product locator.

Q: Can I use this item in the crock pot?
A: Reames can be used as an addition to crock pot recipes, but for best results, cook Reames noodles according to their package instructions, then combine with other ingredients. For easy and delicious recipe ideas, visit our recipes page.

Q: Can I defrost Reames Noodles before cooking?
A: Defrosting is not recommended. For the highest quality noodles, follow the cooking instructions on the package.

Q: Does Reames make a gluten-free noodle?
A: Reames does not offer a gluten-free noodle at this time.

Q: What can I use Reames Noodles for?
A: Reames noodles and dumplings are great in casseroles, soups and other dishes that are prepared using noodles. For great recipe ideas, see our recipe page.

Q: Where can I find the best by date on Reames Noodles? How do you read the date?
A: The Best By date code should be located on the side of the package. The date code will look like the following: “mm/dd/yy line of production”. So for example, 09/01/13 2-1, would be a best by date of September 1, 2013, line 2.

Q. Are there coupons available for Reames Noodles?
A. You can find Reames coupons in a variety of places throughout the year including the Sunday Newspaper Insert, in-store and on our web site.

Q. What is an UPC Code?
A. A UPC code is how Reames identifies each product. The UPC is the barcode on the packaging, devised of 12 digits. When contacting Reames regarding a product, please be sure to have this 12 digit number as it will make it easier to address your questions.

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