I bought this for a trip I took to see a friend. I always travel with food because I can’t always easily find food I can eat.
These are small and light. So they pack very well. It was a convienant breakfast one morning when I woke up starving and needed to eat before walking anywhere.
They do seem to need to be cooked on the stove and that wasn’t an option for me. So, I had to improvise with guessed microwave directions. I seemingly overcooked it and it was a little gooey. I can’t judge the product for that though. It was likely due to me not following the stove top directions.
The noodles themselves mad the broth tasted okay. I’m actually a fan of normal cheap top ramen (or I was before I had to stop eating gluten) and this doesn’t taste like that. But it’s not bad. It was certainly edible.
And these are not as expensive as some gluten free ramen options. I paid under $2 for a pack on Thrive Market. Not as cheap as Top Ramen but not horrible expensive.
If you’d like to try Lotus Foods Ramen you can buy it at Thrive Market here:
You can also buy other healthy food and house produce at Thrive Market at discounted prices. You can get a month trial membership at that link. Buy all you want in a month then cancel or keep your membership for a yearly fee.
Lotus Foods products are also sold at places like Whole Foods or Earth Fare and possibly at other grocery stores.