The Edible Rice Paper package you mentioned includes 10 pieces of the rice paper. The size of the paper can vary, but it is typically about 22cm approx in diameter.
To use Edible Rice Paper, it is usually soaked in warm water for a few seconds until it becomes soft and pliable. It can then be used to wrap various ingredients such as vegetables, meat, shrimp, and noodles to make spring rolls or summer rolls. It can also be used to make traditional Vietnamese dishes such as banh trang nuong (grilled rice paper) or banh trang cuon (rice paper rolls).
Edible Rice Paper is a low-calorie and gluten-free alternative to regular wheat-based wraps or bread. It is also vegan-friendly and has a neutral taste that can complement a wide range of fillings and sauces.
To store Edible Rice Paper, it should be kept in a cool, dry place away from moisture and direct sunlight. Once opened, it should be used within a few weeks to maintain its freshness and texture.