Instant noodle lunch common to college students. A single package of ramen noodles is a tasty snack, but it takes 2 packages to really be a meal. There's around 60% of a daily value of sodium in half a package of ramen, so it's not very good for you.
Some college kids go as far as to invent ramen recipes, such as "Ramen Casserole."
"Dude. I went to the store today and got 15 packs of ramen noodles, cream of chicken soup, and a carrot. We're totally having ramen casserole tonight!"
pfft!!!! The best instant food on EARTH, created in Japan and originally used for japanese astronauts, they are now mostly consumed by poor college students, and ppl who wish they were japanese.
Chicken is one of the best flavores..I like cup ramen the best because it has the little dehydrated chickend and veggies in it...Yum.
deliciously good, cheap, easy to make, easy to eat, easy to store, stays good for a long time. its like the food of the future. plus its fast to make. If u dont like ramen well then theres something wrong with you.
Ramen noodles.I can feed a whole bunch of people for like 50 cents.
Now avilable in lobster and crab
These ramen noodles are $2.50 for 30 and it's like seafood. whadda deal!
Best Food Ever, Nuff Said
Bob:What u got for lunch today?
Steve:I GOT RAMEN NOODLES XD
Ramen noodles come from many different companys. Many prefer nissan ramen noodles. They usually range from 15-25 cents, depending on the store. They are very cheap, and quite good. Many prefer to throw away the flavor packet simply because of either the salt content, because they do not like it, or because they are doing something else with it. There are many recipes that you can make with ramen noobles. Although not really a recipe, if you do not use the flavor packet, drain the water off the noodles, and put a spoonful of olive oil and mix it up. It is simply and quite good, add some garlic if you want.
Ramen noodles are great for college students, or for anyone too.
In the simplest terms, sodium soup.
Mmmmm eating Ramen Noodles is almost as good as eating salt packets from McDonalds.