Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Lets give it up for Ramen Noodles

From Wikipedia's article on "instant noodles" - "In the United States, the ubiquitous instant noodle product is known as ramen, after the Japanese dish on which it is based, and it comes in a variety of mostly meat-based flavors. Common flavors in the United States include chicken, pork, beef, mushroom, shrimp, roast beef, roast chicken, chili, chili lime, and "oriental". Other flavors, including shoyu, miso, and kimchi, are also available at supermarkets and convenience stores. The three major brands are Nissin Top Ramen, Maruchan Ramen, and Sapporo Ichiban. Thailand's "Mama" brand is also quite common in the U.S. Ramen noodles are extremely popular among college students, due to their low cost and ease of preparation."

So you know what time it is, everyone show some love for Ramen noodles, for keeping us alive in times of poverty.  Whether it be chicken, shrimp, beef, cheddar, etc. etc. keep eating these sodium death cubes. 

28 comments:

  1. I lurrrrve noodles there all the same to me though

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  2. My bro and I used to just crush up the dry noodles, pour in the flavor packet and nom away... still my favorite way to eat them despite how unhealthy it is.

    ahhh <3 <3 for Noodles

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  3. I like to get a pack of ramen, throw away the flavor packet (99% MSG and salt), and add some flesh off a rotisserie chicken, some canned veggies, and a spoonful of this stuff called Better that Bullion, which they sell in the soup aisle... it's an awfully crunky bowl of wonderfulness i tell ya...

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  4. i cant forget ramen in japan, its godly, simply put

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  6. Oh god, ramen has kept me fed, fat, n' happy through some hard times for sure!

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  7. instant noodles for instant stomach aches

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  8. i like the real japanese ramen shop noodles best

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  9. Anyone else ever just eat the flavor packets?

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  10. I eat them uncooked too, good to know I'm the only one.

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  12. I still cant understand what people mean by Ramen. Love the noodlez thou

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  14. Ha! I figured someone would write something about this at one time or another. Seriously guys, look at the sodium content in those things!

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  15. kind of like the dirt weed of noodles

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  16. Interesting post, you good some cool stuff!

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  17. As a student I can safely say these saved my life

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