Here’s one I got the other day at 99 Ranch Market. Was hoping they had a few more varieties, but they had two – two closer to the #1000th review! I’m not going to stop, just can’t wait to hit it! I think this one would win the prize for interesting use of upper and lower case characters.
Here’s a scan of the bottom (click to enlarge).
Here are the export stickers (click to enlarge).
Here are the instructions on how to make this (click to enlarge). Going to add the mustard stem at the end as they’re not dehydrated.
An included fork!
The noodles look interesting enough.
Hey – its mustard stem!
Yeah these don’t look dehydrated – I think I’ll add them at the end.
Finished (click to enlarge). Added some sweet onions, Urashima Sesame & Salt furikake, ham and Krazy Mixed Up Salt. The noodles are kind of like slightly underdone egg noodles, but I don’t think they are at all. Plus, they’re really good – broad and thin. The flavor is quite nice – a little spicy and a nice Chinese pork flavor. The mustard stem goes with it quite well. I like this stuff – 4.0 out of 5.0 stars.UPC bar code 6920363402218 .
An old Sesame Street clip about how Chinese noodles are made.
I couldn’t find anything but thisw video about a really off pot/wok/frying pan.