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NAKANO® Rice Vinegars Giveaway: Win a Kid-Approved Cooking Prize Pack

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What condiment is made from real, whole grain rice and is naturally brewed in the traditional Mizkan manufacturing process that began in Japan more than 200 years ago? NAKANO® Original and Seasoned Rice Vinegars. Impressive, right?

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So, what specifically makes NAKANO®  Original and Seasoned Rice Vinegars  versatile and flavorful that gets kids excited about veggies? Rice vinegars are traditionally used as salad dressings, in healthy entrees, and can be  splashed on veggies and fruits for a unique, delicious taste that will make your kids want to eat their veggies!

The light but full-flavored condiment is a great replacement for fatty or high-calorie condiments, such as mayonnaise on every day sandwiches, pitas, wraps and more. All NAKANO® products are gluten-free and have 50 percent less sodium than the competition.

Also, for those with a passion for food, NAKANO® Seasoned Rice Vinegar is the secret ingredient that enhances but never overpowers food with a variety of flavors ranging from Roasted Garlic to Citrus. NAKANO® exclusively makes its own vinegar to guarantee a quality condiment that delivers a tantalizing taste.

For more information on NAKANO®, visit http://bit.ly/Wb2hIS. Also, don’t forget to mark your calendar and join us on Tuesday, March 19 as we chat with @NakanoSplash about how parents get kids to eat their veggies! Click here for more details about the #gno Twitter party.

Giveaway Post Prize

This week's giveaway is all about delicious flavors. One lucky winner will receive the following prize pack:

  • Full line of NAKANO® Original and Seasoned Rice Vinegars plus coupons and recipes (ARV: $65)
  • Snapware Airtight Plastic Storage Containers Set — BPA Free (ARV: $125)
  • Gela 10-Piece Knife Set (ARV: $60)

Please follow the entry requirements outlined in the Rafflecopter widget below in order to enter.

In-Chat Giveaway

During the #gno Twitter party, you’ll have a chance to win a prize. You will need to join the party on Tuesday, March 19 from 9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EST in order to enter the giveaway. Giveaway requirements and instructions will be explained during the #gno Twitter party. The winner of the in-chat giveaway will win a Walmart Gift Card plus NAKANO® Original and Seasoned Rice Vinegars – ARV: $60.

Terms and Conditions

No purchase necessary to enter. This giveaway ends at 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday, March 20. See all terms and conditions here. This giveaway is available to U.S. residents only.

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69 Responses to “NAKANO® Rice Vinegars Giveaway: Win a Kid-Approved Cooking Prize Pack”

  1. happymomc says:

    I add flavors by using fresh garlic, cinnamon, ginger, herbs, peppers..etc

  2. Kelly D says:

    My kids love cheese on some of their meals for flavor.

  3. Jessica F says:

    Add spices instead of sugar

  4. I add toasted sesame seeds or toasted nuts to my kids’ meals, gives it flavor and extra crunch, which they love!

  5. Shannon S. says:

    I use lots of fresh veggies and I love garlic and they do too!

  6. Judy S says:

    we like to try different spices

  7. autumn says:

    I don’t! need some ideas

  8. Sue says:

    add dried spices and grated cheese

  9. Debbie G. says:

    I add spices and marinades

  10. Athena says:

    I add flavor to kids meals by making them fun. Usually in shapes w/cookie cutters or a little color. Also dipping sauces. Kids love to dip.

  11. I mainly use seasoning like Adobo, seasoning salt, Accent, salt, and pepper. I try not to use too much just enough to give the food a little flavor.

  12. I love Nakano rice vinegars…they’re a staple at our house! I’m looking forward to the chat!

  13. hminnesota says:

    I add surprise element- may be a note, dessert or their fave item.

  14. Ashleigh says:

    Add kid friendly flavors that I know they will like and enjoy :)

  15. Nicole says:

    A little amount of butter, salt & pepper is usually enough for kids.

  16. Oanh H. says:

    I add toasted sesame seeds and ponzu sauce.

  17. Robin O says:

    I love to add tasty spices to our meals!

  18. Kelly Ann T. says:

    I use mild salsa, herbs and cajun spices.

  19. Lanieekat says:

    I add flavor with fruits veggies and spices like sweet basil ( a little flavor but not spicy)

  20. Katherine says:

    A little bit of spices they don’t like strong tastes

  21. Lauren says:

    Awesome prize!

  22. Cindy C. @cangoninny says:

    By adding seasonings that they like.give it a kick..

  23. Angela says:

    I add a little salt and pepper.

  24. Nichol Perez says:

    I add flavor to my kids meals with fresh fruits and herbs and we make our own dressings.We love cooking together and inventing new recipes.

  25. Cynthia says:

    Flavor up kid’s meals with parmesan cheese, melted cheddar, and ranch dressing. Need more options.

  26. Desiree says:

    My little one actually likes things pretty bland. Sometimes a little salt, but usually she doesn’t like condiments.

  27. Jennifer Marie says:

    we add small amounts of spices.

  28. Meghan Finley says:

    Lots of seasoned vinegar, especially on rice

  29. Christie L. says:

    I love to add different flavors and colors!

  30. Suzie Williams says:

    I use spices and seasonings.

  31. Shannon says:

    By making sure I use natural foods that are full of flavor, like ginger and orange

  32. monica young` says:

    I use lemon and pepper to add flavor

  33. I try adding all kinds of different flavors to my kids food… but they are weird about food & usually like it kinda plain.. a little salt & a little pepper.

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  35. Kristen says:

    We add flavor with sauces – peanut sauce for example.

  36. Sheila Vives says:

    I add flavor with cheeses, sauces, condensed soups, spices

  37. Heather says:

    I add flavor by experimenting with different sauces.

  38. Leah says:

    I love to beef up flavors with the right seasonings. Now if my hubby would get that salt and garlic aren’t the only thing you can add to your food…..

  39. Nichole McKinnon says:

    I like to add different spices and sauces

  40. Anitha S Raghavan says:

    I love to add butter and salt!

  41. @mommy3sons says:

    I like to add spices

  42. mamotts says:

    vegies and chiles

  43. Donna George says:

    My son likes spicy foods, so a splash of some spices usually does the trick.

  44. Davi Haug says:

    catsup, spices

  45. Donna W. says:

    I add seasoned salt, cheese, garlic, basil, etc.

  46. @n210ss or @n210ss_jail says:

    I add Spices/Seasonings to kids’ meals.

  47. Leidy says:

    By using herbs, spices, dips or toppings like cheese, salsa or sour cream

  48. alisa says:

    use condiments such as ranch dressing, ketchup, mustard, spices, cheese, salt and pepper, balsamic vinegar, rice vinegar!

  49. jenny cawrse says:

    spices and marinades

  50. I love to add Garlic & Chicken bouillon

  51. Maureen G says:

    I add spices such as onions and garlic with a light touch

  52. Sadie says:

    I like to add herbs to the kids meals for different flavors.

  53. Kate says:

    I love adding garlic

  54. emma says:

    Add your own spices and herbs.

  55. Wendy says:

    We love garlic on almost everything! And use honey to sweet something up.

  56. Kenny says:

    I try to included a variety of sweet, spicy, salty, & tangy to provide a range of taste sensations.

  57. @mattandnae says:

    Lightly season them!

  58. Candace says:

    I like adding garlic salt.

  59. kwai yip says:

    I keep ingredients simple and use soy sauce and garlic a lot, they love soy sauce!

  60. Alisson H. says:

    I add fruits & veggies to sauces!

  61. Joan says:

    I like to experiment with new seasonings to add flavor.

  62. Mostly pepper, garlic, and Italian spices since she’s still fairly young :)

  63. Yolanda Flores says:

    Use fresh vegetables

  64. Dina Kocsa says:

    Vinegar, lemon juice or hot sauce

  65. Erica Best says:

    my nephew loves garlic and spices

  66. Anna says:

    I add spices, oils, vinegars, even different types of cheeses for flavor.

  67. Vikki M. says:

    I hide ingredients in sauces and casseroles.

  68. They like anything sweet OR with garlic.

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