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The exact origin of Chinese New Year is unclear, but is believed to date back around 3,500 years. Chinese New Year is steeped with stories and myths.
To celebrate #Veganuary, we've been chatting to three fantastic people who are following a Vegan or Vegetarian diet and we've been finding out all about their journey so far.
Going into Orbit! Mr Lee’s On the Up and Up With Global Airline Launches and Awards.
Vegan, Vegetarian, Flexitarian, Reducetarian – These days there’s a diet to cater to anyone who wants to change the amount of meat and animal based consumption in their lives.
When it comes to life with a toddler, there’s usually one word that sums it up nicely – chaotic.
How do they do it? You know, those people, the ones who seem to have it all figured out...
When it’s your passion you spend time planning, you pour over maps, you salivate at kit, spend work lunchtimes looking at detailed rucksack pages on outdoor websites.
Holidays are all about time spent at the beach, the forest, making camp, riding your first wave, making memories that will last all year. But if you are trying to go truly ‘off-grid’ with the family and enjoy the great outdoors that can come with its own set of challenges, not least when thinking about how to energise and nourish your brood on the go.
We couldn’t be more excited to announce our latest piece of exciting news, we’re launching our two vegan friendly flavours with Holland & Barrett online and in selected retail stores from today!
Firstly, apologies, we’ve been so busy at Mr Lee’s that we’ve barely had time to write and let you know all the wonderful things we’ve been up to.
Our Award Winning Noodle Kiosk launched in Huddersfield University.
There’s plenty of moments in life when you encounter things that probably shouldn’t go together, but somehow really, really do.
When it comes to writing these blog posts, we like to keep things fresh, try new things – the point of them is to entertain, inform and educate you fine people, create content that is useful to you, and if there’s something we don’t want to do, is keep bragging about how cool we are.
Meeting dietary guidelines seems to be somewhat of an impossible task here in the UK, according to multiple studies.
This post is one for the parents. One for the home chef inviting friends over. One for the scout leader, and one for, in a sense, anyone and everyone embarking on the exciting journey of cooking for others and finding out you have a Coeliac Vegetarian in the mix.
To many people, jumping on a train without first having breakfast is a pretty normal thing to do.
A study carried out by ‘Wrap’, the UK’s waste and recycling advisory body, estimated that up to 4.4 million of the 7.3 million tonnes of household food waste thrown away per year could be perfectly edible, prior to it being chucked in the bin!
Across the globe, there’s a serious lack of healthy nutrients being consumed by people of all shapes and sizes.
It’s no groundbreaking piece of news to tell you that excess salt in the diet is incredibly bad for your health.
If there’s one truth worth telling these days, it’s that it’s incredibly easy to get busy-minded whilst doing a whole lot of nothing.
February 16th marks the start of the Chinese New Year, one of the world’s most prominent and celebrated festivals both through history.
Whether you’re trying to spot out a flexitarian, or looking for a few tips on how to be a healthier vegan, we’ve posted all sorts here on the blog.
You’ve only got to have a quick google to get a glimpse of just how popular Tom Yum Soup really is.
Whilst having a walk around the coffee-shop-culture of the UK as of recent, you may have come across some particularly colourful-looking lattes being served to the people.
The momentum created by people wanting to eat healthier has built enormously throughout 2017, with people being far more up for trying new foods, cook for themselves and experiment with new ingredients and new diets – all in the name of keeping healthy.
Picture the scene: Your child’s all grown up, has come back from university and you’re about to meet their significant other for the very first time.
There’s nothing easy about having a family member diagnosed with Coeliac Disease.
The darkness of the night closes in day by day, as the aroma of pumpkins and all things spiced fill the air.
Known as the Swiss Army Knife of the plant world, the humble coconut provides high-calorie food, portable water, fibres that can be made into rope and a hard shell that can be turned into charcoal.
The gluten-free diet has risen in popularity to an almost ridiculous level over the past three years, becoming a trend celebrity and social media culture have deemed fashionable.
The vegan diet has been shrouded by imagery of dreadlocks and sandals for a long-time now, but the general public are quickly realising the endless health benefits the diet has to offer, with any lasting stigmas fading day by day.
For some, Ginger may need no introduction. It’s one of the world’s most impressive super foods, but is often only thought about during Christmas, to make things smell festive.
Our brand new look… From the beginning, Mr Lee’s Noodles has had a clear focus on creating the ultimate noodle, 0% nasty, 100% tasty.
Have you ever been thinking, why the food in the plane tastes different than on the ground? Why the chocolate bar you eat every day is not as tasty while in the skies?”
Bamboo shoots, or more commonly known as ‘those crunchy things in my stir fry’, are a very overlooked ingredient when it comes to nutritional health values
Over 1,300 years ago, Buddhist monks introduced miso to the people of Japan, quite literally changing the diets of an entire nation.
For the longest time, creativity and innovation of food has been a symbol of status in Thai culture. The Thai Royal Court have made more significant contributions to modern-day food culture than any other nation, with some Kings even publishing their very own cook books.
Dear friends, family and colleagues, My journey since leaving the City of London 3 years ago has been amazing in many ways.
A recent article in The Times has shouted about the importance of instant noodles being readily available in hotel rooms up and down the UK.
It was a gloomy London morning, as crowds started building for the second day of the UK’s leading trade show for food-to-go.
On the 1st of December 2016 Mr Lee’s Noodles Company joined the recipient roll of honours for the ‘Health & Vitality Honours Awards’, continuing an already fantastic successful year in terms of nationally recognised accolades.
Of something which can only be described as the best way to keep your food fresh, freeze-drying is a modern food preservation method that’s innovating the market every day.
On the 14th of November 2016, millions of people worldwide will be coming together for ‘World Diabetes Day’, an annual celebratory event that aims to “keep eyes on” spreading awareness and improving the diagnosis process for pre-diabetics.
On a week that saw Mr Lee’s attending one of the largest food on the go events in London, our stand out flavour the ‘Hong Kong Street Beef’ received its first major award, a silver in the Lunch Innovation Challenge Awards.
With Chinese New Year fast approaching I found myself reflecting on the journey so far…It’s hard not to get too excited with our noodles almost ready for market!
Wow, where do I start? Only a few months ago I was meeting a few people at some coffee shops brainstorming our ideas on creating an amazing product and craving to be a part of something bigger, creating a place where everyone could be themselves, do what they love and do it well.
It’s far too easy to snack on unhealthy snacks whilst toing and froing from work. Studies by the Royal Society for Public Health have shown that, whilst commuting, individuals in the UK consume an additional 800 calories per working week.