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I'm trying this stuff to ready myself for the economic collapse. The noodles are quite bland, but the silver dumplings have an intense salty flavor to them.

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I'm trying this stuff to ready myself for the economic collapse. The noodles are quite bland, but the silver dumplings have an intense salty flavor to them.

 

You misspelled nodules.

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On very rare occasions I've eaten ramen raw.

 

 

Crush closed packet to break up clumps of noodules.

Tear open one side of packet

Extract flavour packet. Open and sprinkle over noodules.

Voila! Ghetto fries.

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the secret is adding the jizz-packet and then boiling it to reduce the water content by half, leaving a delectable salt-slurry clinging to the pulpified noodles :yum:

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Top Ramen does something nasty to my guts. :shock: If I fork over a couple extra pennies and spring for the instant noodles with real oriental labeling I don't have that problem. :wazup:

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After a session in cadaver lab years ago in Vegas, I got home and fired up some ramen with parmegian cheese for dinner. I nearly gagged as the aroma was identical to the smell in the lab.

 

Just say NO to Ramen and parmegian cheese

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According to my mom, there is a Ramen recipe that calls for peanut butter, a dash of Thai pepper & a few weeds from a vacant lot. She is working on a ramen cookbook.

 

 

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Top Ramen does something nasty to my guts. :shock: If I fork over a couple extra pennies and spring for the instant noodles with real oriental labeling I don't have that problem. :wazup:

 

not enough melamine in your diet

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