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Pei Wei - 2 for $10 Rice Bowls (small or regular size) good 8/9 and 8/10 only

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Pei Wei is having a GREAT sale on rice bowls today and tomorrow - 2 for $10 (includes both small and regular sizes). Get two meals for practically the price of one. Get one for lunch take the other home for dinner, etc. Printable/scannable barcode is available via Facebook Offers https://www.facebook.com/pg/peiwe...e_internal

Combine this with some discounted Pei Wei gift cards to make this extra slick (I get mine from Costco - $79.99 for 4 $25 cards).

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*Offer valid through 8/10/2017 at participating locations in the contiguous United States, except airport locations and college campus locations. Offer valid for two rice bowls (small or regular size) for $10. Discount applies to two lowest price purchased rice bowls. Steak or shrimp $1 (regular size) or $.50 (small size) extra per bowl. Fried rice, noodles or quinoa $.99 extra per bowl. Add extra protein $1.99 per bowl. Small Plate, Shareables and Kid's Wei menu items are not a valid rice bowl. Offer must be presented and relinquished upon redemption. Offer not valid for Party Menu orders. Offer may not be used to purchase gift cards or alcohol. Offer has no cash value and is not valid with third-party takeout services. Not valid at P.F. Chang's. Offer may not be combined with any other discount or offer. Offer void if altered, duplicated, reproduced, sold, purchased, brokered or bartered. Void where prohibited.
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Is says one time use only, can we confirm that its the same universal code?
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Is says one time use only, can we confirm that its the same universal code?
It's a generic Facebook offer (see link above).
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Just be aware the sodium content in their dishes is through the roof.
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I just went two days ago, but it looks like I'm going again!
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Just be aware the sodium content in their dishes is through the roof.
As is ALL Chinese food. Did you post this on the Panda Express thread too? Thank you health warrior for saving us from the dangers of EVIL SODIUM!!

Seriously though, all things in moderation. I order mine velveted and with extra veggies. You do you.
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Sweet, I'll get this for dinner tomorrow...thanks OP
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As is ALL Chinese food. Did you post this on the Panda Express thread too? Thank you health warrior for saving us from the dangers of EVIL SODIUM!!

Seriously though, all things in moderation. I order mine velveted and with extra veggies. You do you.
How does it taste stock velveted? I've always been intrigued by it but never tried. What entree do you order that way?
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How does it taste stock velveted? I've always been intrigued by it but never tried. What entree do you order that way?
Usually the caramel chicken, but I've also done the Pei Wei Spicy. It changes the texture a bit (more so on the dishes that you might be used to "crunchy" protein), but all the flavor is still there. It's "supposed" to save 30% of the fat. Some dishes like the mongolian style are already stock velveted.
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How does it taste stock velveted? I've always been intrigued by it but never tried. What entree do you order that way?
Just FYI, you can see the nutrition difference here: https://www.peiwei.com/menu/nutrition (the menu uses the term 'steamed' instead of velveted). On some menu items they will say if steaming is not recommended.
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Link doesn't work?
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Here's more info on stock velveting:


FAQs for Pei Wei Asian Diner Nutritional Information

Why do many dishes list the same protein option twice with "(stock velveted)" listed as part of the second option?
We cook our proteins in one of two ways: using oil (what we call oil velveted) or seasoned water (what we call stock velveted). When you see a protein option listed with the "stock velveted" next to it, it means that particular dish's protein is cooked in our house-made seasoned water as opposed to oil. We've listed both sets of nutritional information because you can always request it "steamed" aka "stock velveted", and we will be happy to honor your request. This modification is so popular that we have included it in our Nutritional Information.

What are the "seasonings" in the seasoned water used for stock velveting?
We season our water using fresh onions and ginger to add a touch of flavor when cooking your choice of protein.

Why is steak the only protein listed for every dish with both the oil and stock velveted options?
Steak is best when cooked in oil, so regardless of which dish you choose, if steak is your protein of choice, it will be cooked in oil unless otherwise requested. For this reason, we include the Nutritional Information for the modified stock velveted choice as well.
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As is ALL Chinese food. Did you post this on the Panda Express thread too? Thank you health warrior for saving us from the dangers of EVIL SODIUM!!

Seriously though, all things in moderation. I order mine velveted and with extra veggies. You do you.
No because I'd never eat that shit. Pei wei actually tastes good
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Unless the UPC is unique, it looks like there is no limit.
2 separate orders =
2 rice bowls + 1 coupon scanned
2 rice bowls + 1 coupon scanned

I wonder if they'll allow it?
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btw, their beef dish is so salty
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