The poll doesn’t matter as much, but I thought I’d make it a poll anyways. I have a question, I don’t eat it a lot of it, but just a few days ago I got two packages of six (I believe), and when I’m hungry, it’s one of the things I like to eat. Here’s the thing though, I take two of them (since I don’t believe there’s enough in an individual cup), warm some water up, put the water in both of them and wait for about three minutes, after that, I dump the water out of them, and put the noodles in a bowl to eat, so what I was wondering was, would you say that’s an OK thing to snack on, or is it too much?
I dump the water out because then it’s just dripping with excess sodium, and I’ve known this, but I think I should try to eat slower, because I usually eat pretty fast no matter what. I don’t really like the idea of becoming obese, but I love to eat tasty foods. I haven’t had any today, but I did yesterday, and I think the next thing I eat will be those. Who else likes cup noodles? Also, I know how to eat healthy, so I don't know exactly why I asked that question, but still. I don't know. I guess what I'm really wondering is, what's the best way to eat cup noodles while still having it taste good?
I guess to make sure I'm balancing it out with other stuff and not overdoing it.
If by cup noodles you mean real Ramen then yes, if by cup noodles you mean shitty instant soups then no.
I think I've tasted at least 50 Ramen brands in my life but none of them will ever top the spicy mushroom deliciousness that is Shin Ramyun. Go fucking buy it right now. Lock this thread, you don't need anything else. Just... enjoy.
I hand make all of my meals, ramen included. I add in fresh steamed broccoli and cooked mushrooms to beef ramen. Delicious. I cook the noodles separately, strain them and let them sit while I boil water with about half of the flavoring packet. Pile the noodles, broccoli and mushrooms in the bowl, and slowly poor the beef base into the bowl. Delicious.
I have these bitchin' kimchi noodles that I buy in packs of 12. They're pretty good. Then again, I like "spicy" food.
I put that in quotation marks because they changed the packaging to have "spicy" kimchi in it, because I assume somebody had it and was shitting fire for a week and sued them.
You should consider adding meatballs and some veggies to your instant noodles - it'll make it taste better too. Also I don't think sodium contributes much to obesity. What it does do however is increase your blood pressure, which gives you heart problems and increases your chance of stroke.
I sometimes eat Koka Ramen noodles, can only find beef, curry and chicken over here. Sometimes I dice up a chicken fillet and toss it in. or mix them.. Curry & Beef is a great combo.
They're not my main diet though, just something to fill the void if I haven't bought any food or can't be bothered cooking