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"Off-label" Uses for Ramen Noodles


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I saw David Chang on TV eating a brick of dried ramen noodles like a candy bar.

This was a popular snack growing up in the 70's. In Korea when I went back in the 80's and 90's  they had come out with ramen that was specifically supposed to be eaten as a snack and not cooked. There were two kinds the ones that were broken up, and had the coating, and the diy and they came in different flavors, of ramen, but also chocolate and strawberry etc. We used to share them growing up as it was a little too salty to eat by yourself, but I don't remember if the snack type was as salty.

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Ramen soup noodles for breakfast.

 

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