I usually have a stash of dry udon or somen noodles, some frozen udon blocks in the freezer, and occasionally, fresh knife-cut noodles in the fridge. But I'd love to be able to make something at home to replace all of those. My main daily sustenance comes in the form of soup noodles with a poached egg and various flavorings, so I go through them a lot, and they're not readily available at nearby supermarkets. Maybe Whole Foods, but I don't feel like paying 10 bucks for a package of something I might be able to make at home for a fraction of the cost. And I know TJ's has rice noodles, but that's not what I usually crave. Anybody got a method for whipping up quick wheat-based toothsome noodles? I remember my mom making a flour/water dough that they ripped into jagged flat dumpling type things with spicy soup when I was kid, but I want some slurpables. There must be a simple way to make this at home that I just didn't grow up with... help me out!