I have little trouble finding vegetarian ones in the UK. As an example I have to hand, the "curry flavour" Maggi* ones list no animal-derived ingredients. Milk is listed as an allergen that may be contained, rather than as an ingredient.
Unfortunately the rather tasty Indo-Mie vegetable flavour (with chilli and lime) ones are suspect. They ...
Kottu Mee Hot and Spicy Instant Noodles are my favorite. I usually bring back about fifty packages when I return to Canada
I also love the Cheese and Onion flavor which I find just as spicy.
They cost about fifty cents a package.
The package of the cheese flavor states 'May contain traces of Milk Products', but at least there are no chunks of ...
I personally think most instant noodles are not very nutritious and full of flavour enhancers etc god knows what else.
Here is an alternative approach that I take, and it will allow you more control of what is in your food.
So instead of instant noodles, I will buy various plain noodles like this, or Asian vermicelli or this very high protein bean noodles, ...
Mushroom is very nutritious. A vegetarian can eat it without any doubt, because it is not a thing which has taken birth from any animal or egg, it is grown like a plant. Just as plants are living things from where we get our vegetables and fruits, mushrooms are also grown as plants, although they require environments which are different from the ...
I will add an answer as it would seem that other answers deviate from your specific questions:
Are mushrooms a non-vegetarian product?
No, mushrooms are vegetarian. Vegetarians do not eat animals, but mushrooms aren't.
If so, what makes them non-vegetarian?
For a mushroom not to be vegetarian, it would have to have been prepared or cooked together with ...
Mushrooms as such are vegan alright. Only they're often infested with insect larvae, so if you're strict about avoiding accidentally but inevitably eating insects, you might want to avoid mushrooms for this reason. (Wild ones, at least.)