One of the easiest go-to fast foods has gone nutritious. Thanks to Tim and Tom Zhang, brothers and recent graduates of the University of California, Davis, eating ramen noodles isn’t so bad, after all. The entrepreneurs, culinary experts, debuted a Kickstarter program for Vite Ramen in April 2018. The idea for nutritionally complete ramen quickly raised nearly $250,000. The noodles have high protein, polyunsaturated fatty acids and fiber to balance out the carbohydrates, according to company literature. Macronutrients are well within the National Academy of Medicine’s recommended Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ratios. Vite Ramen is available in four-ounce packets in soy sauce chicken, vegan miso and garlic pork flavors. Six-packs, $25.50; nine-packs $38.25. Viteramen.com.