Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, open bag. Insert hand in bag. Utilize grip to achieve possesion of snack. Place snack in primary face hole. Active jaw will punish food and pulverize. Finally, allow food to enter main body with saliva and enjoy!
Some of the little noodles.
finished (click to enlarge). Wow! This is freaking awesome stuff! The noodles are thick but not hard as a rock. They have a nice,m light crunch. They also have a combo flavor of sugar and chicken which works wonderfully. I ended up eating the whole pack and I’d planned on not doing so. Highly addictive and very tasty! 5.0 out of 5.0 stars for a snack! EAN bar code 8809413880665.
Went to the new Daiso over in Lynnwood, Washington this weekend. I used to get lots of neat bowls from there but unfortunately, those days are over. This was one of the larger Daiso places I’ve seen but unfortunately, they had the crummiest selection of bowls. Makes me bummed out as they had super awesome ones in the past.
Anyways they had a lot of GGE snacks which kind of surprised me as these aren’t Japanese but Taiwanese. Hmm. Anyways, let’s give this one a try.
GGE Ramen Snack Tempura Flavor – Taiwan
Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. TO prepare, open bag, grab content, place in the primary facial hole. Finally, masticate, salivate and ingest!
Interesting – short little strips of three noodles.
Finished (click to enlarge). The little strips are literally three noodles wide and about an inch or two at most in length. They have a very agreeable crunch and mouthfeel. What I like as well is the flavor – kind of a sweetness to it that’s very addictive. Very. Addictive. For a snack, I give this one 5.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 074410679460.
It’s snack time! So today we have a ramen snack from Taiwan. There a whole slew of different flavors and varieties – and shapes for that matter of these products. The first thing I do notice about these is that they’re called cubes, however, they look more like short cylinders to me. This being the case, it begs the question ‘doesn’t a crunchy cylinder sound good?’ I think they went with the right name, to be honest; BBQ Cubes sounds better than BBQ Cylinders. Let’s have a look.
GGE Ramen Snack BBQ Cube – Taiwan
Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge).Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, open package. Insert hand and grasp one or more BBQ Cube. Open primary facial opening and insert the desired quantity of BBQ Cubes. Masticate. Finally, ingest!
Short cylindrical pieces.
Finished (click to enlarge). The pieces are a nice bite-sized shape. They have a very agreeable crunch – light and definitely not something one would break their teeth on. The flavor is a combination of sweet, a slight bit spicy and then a kind of BBQ flavor. The flavor isn’t overly salty or strong but more on the mild side. For a snack, I give this one 4.0 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 074410705855.
I’ve tried a lot of these instant noodle snacks from GGE (aka Everybody Loves Good Good Eat). They come in little cubes, loose noodle style, round little cylinders and these strips. Let’s bust open this bag of GGE ramen snack and see what’s going on inside!
Wei Lih GGE Ramen Snack Tomato Flavor – Taiwan
Here’s the back of the package (click to enlarge). Looks to be meat free but check for yourself. To prepare, open bag, select one or more pieces. Open main facial opening (mouth). Place inside hole and close. Using teeth, provide an opening and closing action to allow internal processing. Finally, swallow and enjoy!
Here’s one of the pieces.
Finished (click to enlarge). The strips are pretty good – very crunchy. The tomato flavor is nice – a little more true to the taste of a tomato than you would find in western varieties I should think. They however aren’t my favorite. For a snack, I give these 2.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 074410679484.
Here’s a neat one I got at Fujiya up in Richmond, BC during this year’s birthday trip! This is a snack ramen – basically cooked and dried ramen that’s crunchy and tasty! I really like finding new ones to try as eventually I’m thinking a top ten list of snack ramen noodles will be produced. Anyways, let’s have a look!
Here’s the distributors/import sticker (click image to enlarge). Contains chicken bouillon.
The back of the package (click to enlarge). To prepare, simply open the package and eat!
A long plastic tray holds the individual snack pieces.
An individual bite-sized piece.
Finished (click to enlarge). These little round pieces are just the right size for snacking. The flavor is salty and a little sweet; almost a yakisoba kind of flavor. As far as ramen snacks go, I’ll give it a 3.75 out of 5.0 stars. UPC bar code 4902775045308.
Someone made a trip to a Japanese mall – check out the vending machines!
So you’re hungry, lazy, and you’re 12 years old or in a college dorm. Well, I’m sure most of you know the rest – you smash up a pack of Top Ramen and sprinkle the seasoning pack in, shake it and you’ve got some kind of funky potato chip bizarro-land thing. Well, in Korea they took that concept a step further and have products that are marketed to be enjoyed that way!
As you can see, the little guy has a big mallet. He’s going to smash the package, open it, take out the flavoring packet and add it to the contents and shake.
Yep – a standard noodle seasoning packet! Who’dve thunk it?
So here’s what it looks like with the seasoning on it pre-shake. It kind of melds into the noodles so not going to bother with a shaken up photo. This one was pretty good – a little sweet but definitely has heat. I liked it – 3.25 out of 5.0 stars. Get it here.