NOODLE SHOP

 

 

 

 

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15 thoughts on “NOODLE SHOP

  1. Tina rener

    I really need to find anyone that sales the shallot teriyaki soupless ramen its the pnly thing i can eat due to some personal issues az stopped salein them and i was biy cases

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    1. Hans "The Ramen Rater" Lienesch Post author

      Hi –

      I have some good news and some bad news. The Mexi Ramen Soupless Ramen is no longer made. I heard a while back though that the last place to get it was a chain of California stores called ’99 Cents Only’

      Hope this helps and good luck.
      – TRR

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  2. Darren

    I am interested to see if you would or can provide a combo pack of different noodles to try. Such as, have your top ten noodles in a package that I can purchase from your noodle shop site.

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      1. Cindy

        Yeah, the top ten package idea is awesome! I would so buy that! The top ten of all time! I found this website today while I was at work trying to get ideas for my instant noodles, you have opened my eyes to the possibilities and now I’m dying to try all the good ones! ^_^

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  3. Larry Fleming

    I am on severely restricted sodium consumption diet. I am having trouble finding low sodium ramens (all types) as you and others do not list nutritional content HELP I am a ramen lover also.

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    1. Sebastian

      I’ve seen a handful of low sodium ramen packages in stores.

      And if it comes to it, you can also make your own. It’s not all that hard, but defeats the purpose of prepackaged ramen, since it can be a little expensive at times.

      I don’t know if that helps any, but that’s all I know on the low sodium bit.

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  4. DaveHallmon

    Looking for best practices for cooking noodles at home and in the office, e.g., hot water and let sit covered vs. microwave. I also like adding fresh vegetables to prepackaged bowls but they are often small and cant handle adding the extras. So I guess my question is… can you lead me to any resources on cooking and or gear to cook the noodles? I have been thinking about getting an over sized microwave bowl like this one: http://www.vat19.com/dvds/cool-touch-microwave-bowl.cfm to bring to the office with vegetables ready to add. Ideas? Thoughts?

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    1. Hans "The Ramen Rater" Lienesch Post author

      I would recommend heating hot water in a microwave and putting it with noodles in a Tupperware container and then sealing for 3-4 minutes. See, this is actually the way the noodles that are termed ‘instant’ are supposed to be cooked! To drop a block of noodles in boiling water is called the ‘cooking’ method and the one I mentioned first is the ‘instant’ method.

      That bowl is pretty cool! I would think it would work just great! You would still have to measure out the amount of water though; I would just get a cheap measuring cup, microwave the water in that, then put the noodle block in the bowl, cover with water and seal.

      – TRR

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      1. DaveHallmon

        Thanks for the notes. I can definitely tell a difference between the noodles cooked in a pot vs. those dropped into the boiling water and sit covered for a few. But I just like to have lots of vegetables that need that extra cooking time… I think cooking them prior and then mixing the instant noodles is the way to go.

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  5. ashly

    Hi I am looking for a place to buy this soup- Nissin – Raoh, Japanese Instant Ramen Noodles, Soy Sauce Soup.
    Any ideas where I may find it?

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