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frozen ramen vs. ramen joints in the city


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frozen ramen vs. ramen joints in the city

waaahmen | Apr 16, 2005 10:31 PM

After buying some frozen ramen (usually found in the freezer section of a japanese supermarket), i found the noodles comparable to joints such as sapporo or mechenko, though the soup is a different story.
I assume those joints also use frozen ramen as well.
Does anyone feel the same way I do ?

Does anyone know where I can get frozen ramen cheap. Buying it with the soup stock usually cost at least a buck or two per serving. ANyway I can get it cheaper than a buck ? Fresh chinese noodles can be had for like 30 cents per serving or something.

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