Instant Noodle Revolution Sparked By Female-Led Startup
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Going Gaga Over Noodelist's Tasty, Plant-Based Meal, Ready in Five Minutes

PALO ALTO, Calif. - CuisineWire -- Taking the Bay Area by storm, female founded and operated Noodelist is fueling a grassroots craze for instant noodles which feed the soul. What makes these noodles so hot? Noodelist has successfully brought together tasty and healthy in a meal you can make in five minutes flat. Professionals, parents, and vegans everywhere are slurping and buying up these noodles like there's no tomorrow.

Noodelist founder Thuong Tan says, "I wanted to share the taste of my mom's noodle soups with friends, while doing so in a healthy and environmentally sustainable way - and that's how Noodelist started. I'm an immigrant whose mom lives in Finland, also I'm admittedly lousy in the kitchen. So, I teamed up with talented Chefs and other food connoisseurs to turn my dream into a reality."

Noodelist's secrets include noodles made from Moroheiya, an Egyptian spinach, and vegan broths packed with nutrition without sacrificing flavor. Bold bites of lemongrass, shiitake and other good-for-your-heart ingredients make it possible to have less of the not so good stuff like sodium.

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Consumers and chefs agree - Noodelist has hit the mark with instant noodle goodness. One only needs to look at the many comments on social media to see the happy reactions to Noodelist noodles. Consumer Tiffany H. posts, "Words really can't explain how happy I am to have discovered Noodelist. The amount of instant noodles that I consume is probably way more than the average person should. However, you really can't beat the convenience and time saved when you're busy at work and just need something quick. But hey, now I can eat these guilt-free since they are air dried (not fried like your typical instant noodles) and packs a punch of protein into such a small amount of noodles."

Noodelist has tapped into a growing trend to eat better in a world that consumes 100 billion meals of instant noodles annually. Need new ideas on how to mix up your ramen? No problem, Noodelist also hosts noodle nights with Chefs, so the layman can learn from the best. Check out the upcoming online event on Feb. 11 with Michelin Star Chef Matthew Dolan from the highly-rated Twenty Five Lusk restaurant in San Francisco. More info on the virtual cooking event can be found on noodelist.com (https://www.noodelist.com/blogs/news/learn-how-to-wow-with-chef-dolan-virtual-noodle-night-feb-11th-2021).

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