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i feel like i'm going to puke.


going to try to go to lesson now and see how that goes.

Current Mood: barfy
Current Music: Dancing! dancing! i'm sure is not a crime... -- Hansel & Gretel (Humperdinck)

It's either stress...or shrimp ramen. I have never heard of such a thing.


::blames stress::

I saw a large heap of ramen for sale at Wal-Mart today - beef or shrimp.



The one time I tried to make ramen I couldn't figure out if you were supposed to drain the broth out of it or not.


That's up to you.

Noodles - water + seasoning packet: really salty noodles.
Noodles + water + seasoning packet: soup.
Noodles + seasoning packet - water: mild noodles (low-sodium.)

This assumes that you are using package ramen, not cup ramen...


See, I'm very intrigued by ramen, because it's so damn cheap. I mean, how can you go wrong with a food that costs 27 cents? So maybe I'll have to try again. I think I shall favor the third option, as I am much fonder of noodles than of soup. Hmm, now I'm really excited by this. Would you say that a package of ramen is a meal or a snack?


This depends on your eating habits. Some people insist that Ramen is a meal. However, these are usually the people who eat 3 leaves of lettuce and are stuffed. Personally, I find ramen to be much like Chinese food: after eating an entire serving, I find myself hungry again almost immediately (it's all carbs and no substance.)

You may wish to fiddle about a bit with the seasoning (like - add some to the water and add the rest after draining). I don't know how much flavor would be retained just in the noodles.