Trader Joe’s Spring Onion Rice Noodle Soup Bowl – Food Review

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For all practical purposes this is just about the same as TJ’s Garlic Rice Noodle Soup Bowl.   The major differences are; this one has a little less sodium (salt), but still 1250 mg per bowl, and lacked a “vegetable packet”.  Since the label says there’s a vegetable packet (spring onions) in the kit, and since mine was missing, I should call this Spring Onion-less Soup Bowl.  But I won’t quibble.

A mild almost sweetish broth with some unobtrusive rice noodles makes for a quick and inexpensive lunch.  Again, the only problem is the 1250 mg of sodium (salt) per bowl.  But still, not bad for 99 cents.  Read some additional salient points about these soup bowls here;  TJ’s Garlic Rice Noodle Soup Bowl.

The flavor is good.  The do it yourself experience is rewarding.  At 260 calories, it won’t put a lot of weight on most of us. If only it didn’t have so much, over half our daily requirement of, salt?

Trader Joe claims this dish has “No gluten ingredients used” and  is “Vegan”.

Price  99 cents     Calories  260 per full bowl   Sodium  1250 mg per full bowl

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