Wacky Snacks: Everyone Says Good Good Eat
Everyone Says Good Good Eat
Name: Everyone Says Good Good Eat
Found at: Arirang Supermarket, Garden Grove
Wheat Flour, Potato Starch, Soy Sauce (Soybean, Salt), Yeast Powder, Palm Oil, Garlic, White Pepper, Black Pepper, Chili Powder.
Why I Bought It:
First of all, who doesn't love munching on dry ramen? Second, these babies aren't just good... they're good². Finally, technically I am a component of everyone and therefore this snack had my approval before I even tried it. Bizarre, isn't it?
I also noticed the incredulous expression on the little girl's face. Could she perhaps be warning me that I was about to fall into some sort of foul tasting trap? I just had to find out. The fact that this product does not contain any artificial ingredients or preservatives was just the icing on the cake.
If you grew up around instant ramen, chances are you've done the snap 'n' snack routine in which you crush the noodles inside the pouch, sprinkle in the seasoning, shake up the contents, and pop the crispy chunks of sodium-packed goodness straight into your mouth. Everyone Says Good Good Eat saves you the trouble of going through the motion and commotion of all that by pre-seasoning nickle-sized bites of ramen for your snacking pleasure. The BBQ flavoring is subtle and just salty enough to satisfy, without making you feel like you're going to give yourself hypertension.
Another great thing about these "ramen cubes" is that they're neatly shaped and baked to a lighter consistency so you don't shred the roof of your mouth on any jagged edges.
Each little morsel is filled to maximum capacity with savory BBQ flavor that lives up to the hype of the products name. The only thing you should look out for is that there are three serving sizes in one 3.35 ounce pouch, and each one of those servings packs a walloping 20 percent of your daily allowance of saturated fat. This in combination with the sheer munchablity of the snack makes Everyone Says Good Good Eat a dangerous pick for those that lack portion control, but a great find for ramen enthusiasts.
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