I don't buy organic food all the time (or everything I eat), because it is more expensive, can be 400% more expensive than non-organics.
Last weekend I went to One Utama, parked at the place near the outdoor 'waterfall'. I took the escalator up and saw an organic shop - Country Farm Organics, selling everything from food to detergents. I intended to just walk into the shopping mall through the shop. As I walked in I got attracted by the choices of food, it's more than what's in Just Life in The Curve. Then I approached the discount corner, the organic noodle was on sale - RM 9.90 for 2 packets. Not too bad. So I got myself a packet of Carrot Stick Noodle and a packet of Spirulina Noodle.
So I made myself cold (carrot stick) noodle with fried chicken cubes for lunch today (but I didn't have chance to try my own 'creative' cold noodle and this was another incident).
I boiled the noodle in boiling water for 5 mins (as the instruction stated, I wonder would the boiling spoil whatever vitamins/minerals in the noodle?), then drained the water, rinsed the cooked noodle with cold water. I then mixed some sauce (soya sauce plus sesame oil) to the noodle.
Cold noodle, fried vegetarian chicken cubes (some japanese mayonnaise on top), and boiled Edamame soy bean.