I'm planning on using a lot of rice noodles for an upcoming trip. I use these a lot at home. The directions tell you to just soak them in hot water, but I have always found that they never get cooked thru and that I usually have to reheat the pot to soften them.
At high altitude, with the low boiling point, cooking them through could be even more of a problem. I really want to avoid the reheat process as there will be several of us sharing a stove. I thought to cook and dehydrate the noodles ahead of time to speed up the process, but now I'm thinking that they may have already been cooked and dried in the manufacturing process, and that dehydrating would be a waste of time.
Does anybody know if rice noodles are precooked, or figured out a way to deal with this dealt with this problem on the trail?