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Dr. McDougall's right foods are always natural, heart healthy and vegan. They meet guidelines for heart healthy foods low in fat, saturated fat, and cholesterol.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B000FFLTDM
  • UPC: 767335011100
  • Item model number: 1110

Customer Reviews

Miso Ramen – I like it!

One person found this helpful.
 on May 12, 2014
By Zyn
I felt the taste was “okay level” at first. And I did not notice any tofu in it either. But then at the second trial, I added dried wakame seaweed and bunch of greens like green onion and spinach during the last 45 seconds (I cooked it for 2 min. 45 sec.) Then this noodle dish became delicious!! The soup tastes so good and smells good. A few people in my office actually lured by the smell into the break room where I was eating the noodle. The sodium content is acceptable if you don’t finish the soup. By the way the label on the cup indicates it contains 2 servings – its a little stretch. But overall, I do like this noodle, and will buy again.

Great for on the go vegan diet with a few cons

 on November 26, 2015
By keysclaudia
These are super convenient and easy to take to work for my lunch. I love miso soup, but alone, it’s not filling enough. The noodles in this product really turn it into a hearty option. The ingredients and calories also make it great for any vegan diet. A couple of cons: I find that the flavor packet doesn’t quite give it enough miso taste, so I always add some extra miso soup powder. Also they’re a bit pricey. I’m currently trying to find a cheaper substitute but not having much luck. As of now, they are still the best product on the market for a vegan diet on the go.

Good

 on May 13, 2017
By Violet
This soup is great for a light and convenient meal. I especially tend to have this when I’m feeling sick. Keep in mind if you don’t enjoy miso soup you probably won’t like this. This is my favorite of the Dr. Mcdougall’s line I’ve tried so far.

Love Dr. McDougall products

19 people found this helpful.
 on November 27, 2010
By Seek Felicity
This is one of my favorite Dr. McDougall products. I love that the soup is loaded with noodles, has a mild flavor and is a breeze to make for lunch. Like most of this line, the soup cup’s contents are dry and the user must add water and the flavor packet and pop the cup in the microwave for several minutes. I generally think the company suggests too much water for the products and that is no exception for the miso soup. I always place less water than recommended in the soup cup in order to produce a slightly thicker broth that is more concentrated in flavor. The miso soup may have too much sodium for some but calorie wise, this cannot be beat. With a little garden salad on the side, the user gets a very satisfying lunch. One annoying aspect of McDougall products is that all the “big cups” are two servings. The contents, however, really seem equivalent to one serving. Just be sure to double the calories if you keep a calorie log or are trying to keep an accurate picture of your sodium intake.

Pleasant mild broth, nice ingredients, but the noodles lack something

One person found this helpful.
 on August 27, 2009
By Mir
I used to have miso soup all the time, until I developed a seafood allergy (of serious dimensions, as in trips to the ER). Since being diagnosed (twice, yeah, two trips to the ER for separate dining out incidents), I was told strictly to avoid fish/shellfish. So, no more restaurant miso soup for me, as it generally made with fish stock.

I’ve never had a bad experience. The key to making these soups healthier …

 on October 6, 2014
By Lyndiecat
I go back to this soup as my lunch standard. I do, however, tweak it a little. I throw out half of the seasoning pouch and use my own concoction (nutritional yeast, hemp seeds, garlic). I also add seaweed and mushrooms to this after I pour the boiling water in. I usually let the soup sit for 20 minutes. I’ve never had a bad experience. The key to making these soups healthier is limiting the amount you put in of the seasoning pack. A little garlic goes a long way and tastes better than the packet in my opinion. However, for the price and convenience you can’t beat this soup! 🙂

Five Stars

 on March 10, 2017
By Wanda
This is a family favorite. Easy and fast and flavorful.