This product appeared recently on the store shelves. The company a few vegetarian soups and a few non.
I'm currently eating the Miso Soup, but I've had the Udon too, and both are enjoyable but have some things worth mentioning beyond the food.
The soup bowls contain a plastic pouch with already moist and soft noodles, a foil pouch of miso paste, another foil pouch of dried vegetables and tofu.
The vegetables come out quite fresh and the miso is pleasantly subtle. The tofu though winds up being rather weak and spongy.
One of the most interesting parts of the package is that the bowl is made mostly from cornstarch which can be composted or trashed.
Over all, the price is a bit much more than I'd like to pay, and even though the bowl is biodegradeble, the plastic overwrap with the three smaller pouches inside still generate a considerable amount of trash.
It's not a flavor explosion, but it's worth trying. I forsee getting these soups occasionally when the sales hit.
Single vegetarian for 19 years seeks tasty vegetables to devour. Reply only if interested in being consumed whole.