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  • YES, Ramen Noodles are awesome.

    30 65.22%
  • NO, Ramen Noodles suck.

    11 23.91%
  • This thread is lame.

    7 15.22%
  • This thread may be lame, but totally fits in at MBTIc.

    15 32.61%
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    I like the roast chicken flavor now and then, but I use about half or a little more of the flavor packet. Too salty with the whole thing.
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    I sometimes crave Ramen Noodles until they sit in the water overnight and become a thick, pasty goo. I suppose people who really love them probably don't know about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Dudes, no offense but you 'Westerners' do not know how to do ramen noodles right. The best ones you can buy in the states are Korean brands and you have to add

    1) Freshly cracked egg
    2) Daikon radish
    3) Kimchi

    This is the 'Ramen 101' triumverate.

    You can also add optional

    4) Scallions
    5) Fish cake (preferably pink and white but non-standard colors accepted as well)

    If you can't get this down, sorry kids, but no soup for you!!!


    Interesting. I don't know where my friend's family get their noodles from. Probably the big Asian market...I'm curious about the brand now. Unfortunately they're Vietnamese, not Korean, so they don't know about all these wonders, I guess. Not exactly Westerners though.
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    My vote for "this thread is lame" is really a vote for "average". They work o.k., and do have enough flavor to be fine when I have them, but i prefer other foods.

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    Ramen Noodles- they get me through college, so they must be good.
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    Today I ate some fancy ramen noodles from the Korean place. On top of the ramen soup they dolled it up with egg, fish, carrot, cabbage, bean sprouts, and seaweed. On the side, they gave me spicy sweet pickles and something I couldn't identify.

    It was dee-licious.

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