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post #151 of 165
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haha true that rednamalas1! And you'll be surprised how many ramen brands still have MSG in it.
post #152 of 165
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Originally Posted by Rednamalas1 View Post
Chinese food, for example, doesn't taste the same without msg
That's it! I was wondering why I liked lo-meins too much.
post #153 of 165
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haha true that rednamalas1! And you'll be surprised how many ramen brands still have MSG in it.
Maybe those are the ones I'm still eating today. Because they taste better! Frankly, I could care less about MSGs and what they do to ya. All the old folks from korea grew up eating those ramyuns and they are still healthy for the most part. So I imagine it can't be that bad.
post #154 of 165
So.... what's the best cup ramen? I never had any of the real ones and I need a pack for my office @ school
post #155 of 165

i was thinking about making a instant ramen guide, since I live in Hawaii, we have a ton of varieties in the stores. So far, i've been trying some of the cheaper stuff (maruchan, nissin, etc) and am now eyeing up the more expensive ones. Always wonder why one costs $3 compared to one that costs $0.33..

post #156 of 165

Yea, I've seen instant bowl ramen in store costing upwards of $5. They are slightly better and I've tried a few but I don't think I want to be spending $5 all the time for instant ramen.

post #157 of 165

fyi, if you haven't already seen this site:

http://www.theramenrater.com/
 

post #158 of 165
so is there good tasting ramen out there thats a packaged ramen that doens't have msg?
post #159 of 165

I think most, if not all, varieties of Nongshim brand don't have msg.

post #160 of 165

huh really? Does that include shin ramen?

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post #162 of 165

guess i stick with what got me through school, for better or worse- ichiban all the way.

post #163 of 165
If it is that Maruchan-type Ramen please stop eating it if you want to live more than 50 years.
post #164 of 165

I've found Top Ramen to be the best in terms of taste and texture. 

 

Also, their cup noodles are pretty good. Tom Yam is the best.

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