Here’s one that came in a Zenpop.jp box – use coupon code THERAMENRATER for a groovy discount!
Found this one locally last weekend. An Indonesian mukbang contender! Let’s check it out!
I thought this looked interesting – at the place I got it it said it was ‘rainbow soup.’ Well, I opened it up to review today and found no sachet. Hmm… Well, no cook time either. Double hmmm… Let’s figure something out to do with it I suppose.
It’s ben years since I’ve tried this – back in August of 2015 to be exact. I rarely see it around so I thought perhaps it was worth another try. Here’s a little from Wikipedia –
Here’s yet another one of these Shi Zu Ren ‘flower pots.’ This one’s pretty snazzy – silver shiny cup with Mr. Demon and flying pieces of vegetable. Let’s dig in!
Oh dood – it’s the last one! I have to be honest – these have been really quite good. A nice change. I applaud these folks – they’ve got a really good range – well, so far. Curious what this one will bring, however it sounds good. Let’s find out if it is…
Found this one at Evergreen Asian Market up in Everett, Washington. I don’t often make my way that far north for instant noodles but I did find one or two things there (including Chocolatey Tree Stumps). This one is made in the Russian Federation for the US market – even says on the label which I find interesting. Anyways, let’s check this one out!
I first found Baixiang products up in Richmond, BC a number of years ago. Good stuff – always like to try new ones they make. A reader mentioned this one – I’d seen it before, and I’d thought I’d bought the chicken one and the pork one, but instead I’d gotten two pork ones. Well, when asked if I’d tried it I decided to grab the chicken one. Only one pack this time though. Let’s check it out!
Here’s another one I got at Family Asian Market on Aurora. A gift box type of thing – maybe from Lunar New Year? Not sure, but looks interesting. I’m in the mood for interesting – let’s check it out!