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Instore and online at Asda now 50p each, rollbacked from 98p.


PROUDER! BIGGER! Dried noodles in a chicken and mushroom flavour sauce with soya protein and vegetables. Includes a sachet of dark soy sauce. SYMINGTON'S. FINE FOODS SINCE 1827. Pour, stir, click - http://www.thenationsnoodle.co.uk - enjoy! FULL ON FLAVOUR!


Various flavours;

Chicken and mushroom

Chilli

Beef and Tomato

Curry

Sweet and Sour

116Grams....normal pot noodle size is 90Grams
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#1
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Bought these thinking they were "pot noodles", but they are not as nice
#3
nickiandalfie
Bought these thinking they were "pot noodles", but they are not as nice

Correct, definately not the same quality :p
#4
Disagree...thought they were crap just the same but OK for a quick snack at work 8)
#5
great for my student son thanks
#6
Pot noodles taste rank nowadays, not sure if its the reduced salt or something but I used to love them.
#7
Just how unhealthy are these things if I wanted to have a couple each week at work?
#8
blizeH
Just how unhealthy are these things if I wanted to have a couple each week at work?


I really wouldn't... but I have no facts :(
#9
These ARE Pot Noodles it's the new branding the reason they're crap now is that they've taken a huge chunk of the salt out.

As for a couple at work each week that would be no worse than many of the other snackables like Rustlers etc
#10
There goes my weekend
#11
Thanks rich, not a fan of rustlers or stuff like that, and I am trying to eat healthily if possible - so will maybe avoid, even if the salt content has lowered a lot!
#12
Rich44
These ARE Pot Noodles it's the new branding the reason they're crap now is that they've taken a huge chunk of the salt out.

As for a couple at work each week that would be no worse than many of the other snackables like Rustlers etc


No they're not. Pot Noodle are now owned by Unilever and are sold as their own brand.

Nation's Noodle are sold under the Golden Wonder brand (who originally made Pot Noodle) as something different.

Both however, taste like powder and MSG - Wouldn't surprise me if they're both from the same factory.



Edited By: Skor on Oct 13, 2010 11:11: 'cause it wasn't right?
#13
nickiandalfie
Bought these thinking they were "pot noodles", but they are not as nice


I thought exactly the opposite. Pot Noddles are rubbish these days but bought one of these and thought they were much nicer. I've only tried the chilli one though.
#14
Rich44
These ARE Pot Noodles it's the new branding the reason they're crap now is that they've taken a huge chunk of the salt out.As for a couple at work each week that would be no worse than many of the other snackables like Rustlers etc

This is 100% wrong! The noodles in "the nations noodles" are much thinner, and less satisfying.
#15
Mark43
nickiandalfie
Bought these thinking they were "pot noodles", but they are not as nice


I thought exactly the opposite. Pot Noddles are rubbish these days but bought one of these and thought they were much nicer. I've only tried the chilli one though.


Same here, the chilli one was quite nice TBH. The noodles are thinner, and unlike pot noodles they're not all in a single solid lump. A bit more like the posh noodles they used to make.
#16
Rich44
These ARE Pot Noodles it's the new branding the reason they're crap now is that they've taken a huge chunk of the salt out.As for a couple at work each week that would be no worse than many of the other snackables like Rustlers etc
no they're not Golden Wonder no longer have the rights to produce 'pot noodle' as they sold out to unilever ages ago. They're using their Golden Wonder name to produce their version of 'pot noodle' & this is it! FACT
#17
Chav food...

Buy an apple instead !!
#18
yes because an
Evz1974
Chav food... Buy an apple instead !!

yes because an apple is an equally good food for the main part of luches too (as that is mainly what these will be used for)

Edited By: Munkster on Oct 13, 2010 13:12: added words
#19
Evz1974
Chav food...

Buy an apple instead !!


Ponce food, buy a bacon sammich!
#20
Mark43
nickiandalfie
Bought these thinking they were "pot noodles", but they are not as nice
I thought exactly the opposite. Pot Noddles are rubbish these days but bought one of these and thought they were much nicer. I've only tried the chilli one though.

Agreed. I stopped buying Pot Noodles after they took half the salt out - I'm guessing they added some sort of salt substitute because I can't stand the taste of them now. Much like how drinks with artificial sweeteners taste dreadful.

These Golden Wonder things are much better. The only downside is that about 50% of the time there's no sauce sachet included, unless I'm just incredibly unlucky.
#21
These contain monosodium glutamate and disodium 5 ribonucleotides - nervous system poisons. They might "fill a gap", but they have no nutritional value. If you eat them often, that is stupid and lazy.
#22
Bring back Pots of the World - Madras.
Best Pot Noodle ever.

The standard Curry Pot Noodle used to be nice until the "New Improved Flavor" turned it to ****.

Why do manufacturers do that?
"New Improved Flavor" then it is horrible. The same thing was done to Milky Way. There not as nice as they were since the NIF.

Why can't we get the red Cinnamon Tic-Tacs anymore - you can in the USA.

There is even Pot Noodles in a bag now like a cuppa soup.

And what does Pot stand for in Pot Noodle.

Does the stupid Pot Noodle website exist still?


Rant over.
#23
JamesSmith
They might "fill a gap", but they have no nutritional value. If you eat them often, that is stupid and lazy.


If they have no nutritional value, what is in them? There are carbs, protein, calories etc. or don't they count?

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Edited By: tek-monkey on Oct 13, 2010 14:59: Mmmm, **** of all snacks
1 Like #24
Gort1951
Bring back Pots of the World - Madras.
Best Pot Noodle ever.

The standard Curry Pot Noodle used to be nice until the "New Improved Flavor" turned it to ****.

Why do manufacturers do that?


Probably to avoid adverse publicity, because before they were seriously bad for your health (now they are just very bad for your health).


Gort1951
"New Improved Flavor" then it is horrible.


You can buy your own MSG and salt if you want. Put them on everything you eat, if you want.

Gort1951
The same thing was done to Milky Way. There not as nice as they were since the NIF.

Why can't we get the red Cinnamon Tic-Tacs anymore - you can in the USA.

Yeah, and I'm gutted you can't get Tropical Acerola flavour over here, like you can in Latvia.


Gort1951
There is even Pot Noodles in a bag now like a cuppa soup.

And what does Pot stand for in Pot Noodle.


Funnily enough, it stands for Pot. A vessel of cylindrical or other rounded form. Mad, isn't it.

Gort1951
Does the stupid Pot Noodle website exist still?


Rant over.


Perhaps if you ate less MSG you wouldn't be this excitable ?? :)
#25
tek-monkey
JamesSmith
They might "fill a gap", but they have no nutritional value. If you eat them often, that is stupid and lazy.


If they have no nutritional value, what is in them? There are carbs, protein, calories etc. or don't they count?


Do deep fried mars bars have nutritional value if you sprinkle some almond flakes on top?
#26
Exactly what is your definition of a nutrient?
#27
tek-monkey
Exactly what is your definition of a nutrient?


What do you mean your definition?

I use the english language.
#28
JamesSmith
tek-monkey
Exactly what is your definition of a nutrient?
What do you mean your definition?I use the english language.

LOL, niiice :)

Tis chav food, more things in it that are bad for you than good and its just cheap n nasty - don't get me wrong,used to eat them long time ago but then woke up to you are what you eat!
1 Like #29
JamesSmith
tek-monkey
Exactly what is your definition of a nutrient?


What do you mean your definition?

I use the english language.


Noun - Any substance which has nutritious qualities, i. e., which nourishes or promotes growth.

It has calories, carbs and protein. Last time I looked these were items the human body needs for energy, and therefore growth?
1 Like #30
Put a small plate on top of the pot straight after you put the water in, then when the 2 mins is up & you stir it put the plate back on, the noodles soak up more water & are softer! (_;)
#31
Its good to see the food snobs/health police are out today.

I have one of these on the odd occasion when I get back from the pub and am peckish. Not very often, all things in moderation.
#32
Got a few on my way home last night, and some more Dave's to give them a kick.
#33
I like these better than Pot Noodles, these noodles are fatter and the sauce is less runny. I can recommend Sweet & Sour.
#34
Marie741 person likes this
Put a small plate on top of the pot straight after you put the water in, then when the 2 mins is up & you stir it put the plate back on, the noodles soak up more water & are softer! (_;)


I think you wait 5 mins with these.
#35
tek-monkey1 person likes this
JamesSmith
tek-monkey
Exactly what is your definition of a nutrient?


What do you mean your definition?

I use the english language.


Noun - Any substance which has nutritious qualities, i. e., which nourishes or promotes growth.

It has calories, carbs and protein. Last time I looked these were items the human body needs for energy, and therefore growth?


Yes, these promote "growth".. but note that these are not very popular with athletes.. why? Because it's the wrong sort of "growth".

Sharing information and sage advice is not "policing", it is education. If you want to be a couch potato, go right ahead... nobody is stopping you.. but pretending these have nutritional value is wilful ignorance at best.

Edited By: JamesSmith on Oct 15, 2010 14:46: spelling
#36
makkax1
Marie741 person likes this
Put a small plate on top of the pot straight after you put the water in, then when the 2 mins is up & you stir it put the plate back on, the noodles soak up more water & are softer! (_;)
I think you wait 5 mins with these.
Opps I meant pot noodle :p
#37
These are now made by symingtons in leeds . They are really rubbish the sauce is not thick and they taste rubbish . If these are what we have to buy now i will not be buying any more.

End of the great pot noodle.

I spoke to somebody fron the factory at symingtons and they say they qc every flavour they sell and they are great all i can say is that the people that taste these need sacking.

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