New. Boil in bag sides.
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shane sibert
(grinder) - F

Locale: P.N.W
New. Boil in bag sides. on 01/11/2014 14:13:49 MST Print View

I found these recently at my local grocery store next to the Knorr noodle packets. They were reasonable priced at $1.69, as a bonus they are boil in the bag! Perfect!

noodles

noodles

Jake D
(JakeDatc) - F

Locale: Bristol,RI
Re: New. Boil in bag sides. on 01/11/2014 14:37:31 MST Print View

Do they reseal for cooking ?

will have to give those a shot either way.

Kevin Schneringer
(Slammer) - MLife

Locale: Oklahoma Flat Lands
Pretty good on 01/11/2014 14:48:23 MST Print View

I use these on most weekend trips. I usually cut the top with my scissors because when you tear open ,the zipper has failed me a few times.
I use my SP 600 mug and just a touch under 2 cups of water does the trick.

They are not bad but it ain't gourmet either!

In my area there are coupons in the Sunday paper for these pretty regular. I have gotten them for $.60-.75 several times.

Mike Gervais
(MikeG) - M
Long ingredients list - meh on 01/11/2014 16:38:41 MST Print View

Looking at that back label the ingredients list puts these in the class my wife and I refer to as 'chemistry set' food.

I'd rather forgo the semblance of a sauce for a simpler build list.

Jake D
(JakeDatc) - F

Locale: Bristol,RI
Re: Long ingredients list - meh on 01/11/2014 17:51:27 MST Print View

"the ingredients list puts these in the class my wife and I refer to as 'chemistry set' food. "

nom nom nommmmmm

think you can dehydrate Mtn Dew? ;)