So here’s a video with pretty much all the photos I’ve taken of noodles and where they come from. Strange, I know, but enjoy! …see full post
This box just didn’t want to seem to show up – but it did, thankfully! Let’s see what’s inside! …see full post
Many, many years ago, there was a company that made an instant noodle called Smack here in the United States. This is completely unrelated – although great to know the name still is around and in a new form! This one’s supposed to be spicy – let’s find out! …see full post
Notes: Receiving the one and a half stars primarily because of its’ bold daring name, ‘Smack’ is still even in this form not my drug of choice. An American Union Made noodle through and through. Says it only takes three minutes, but the noodles were dense and very spiteful. The flavor was a standard, unoriginal vegetable beef which you’d find in a can of soup. Would only recommend this brand to those who would just use the noodle for frying with eggs, and still I don’t think eggs require that much punishment. …see full post
Soups can be a great way to get more veggies and protein into your diet. Watch out though, many dried soups are really high sodium and have added sugar in them! Download ShopWell and find out whats in your soup. Well also recommend soups we think youll love without all the added sodium.