Pros: Organic, good ingredients, easy to make
Cons: Sort of one-note flavor
Now, here's my disclaimer. Seeds of Change makes 6 different kinds of microwavalbe rice/grain dishes. I've only had the Dharamsala Aromatic Indian Rice Blend. It remains to be seen if I try any more...
In terms of flavor, it's not bad. I certainly didn't have trouble eating it. It's just...not all that exciting. I can't decide which of the spices it tastes like, but it's pretty flat (meaning, it all just tastes like one thing...it's not very complex). Now, I compare this to the Trader joe's Lentil Rice Biryani which, like the Seeds of Change stuff, comes in a pouch that you stick in the microwave for 90 second. I don't think that one is organic, but I think the flavor is much more interesting...it might help to throw some currants or something in the Seeds of Change kind. I'm sure if you doctor it up, it'd be stellar. But alone...it's just not that thrilling.
Other than that, it's great. It's easy to make, relatively nutritious (7g of protein per serving, 4g of fat per serving), organic, and Seeds of Change is a great organization. They also have a cool recycling program with Ecoist makes accessories from their wrappers and stuff.