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Posted 2/27/14
We had a genuine ramen shop in Reno, but it closed rather suddenly (why, I don't know-- while never crowded, it seemed to always have customers besides me every time I was there) last fall. For a while, I was going with my family perhaps once every other week or so. Alas, it's back to store-bought fresh (nama) ramen, which isn't bad. Shouyu ramen is my favored stand-by, though lately, I've really liked tonkotsu ramen. At the shop, I'd add extra chashu pork, an egg, menma, and wakame-- it typically came with bean sprouts as well. At home, I'll use chikuwa or some other fish cake, and wakame, and stir-fry up some vegetable (e.g. broccoli, snap peas etc..) to add in.
Posted 2/28/14
I like my ramen with lots of stuff. Lots of party in it. I love corn, tomatoes, lots of meat, like lots and lots of stuff
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I thought i just liked the ramen you can get at the grocery store.

Then I went to London and had actual ramen at an amazing restaurant called Shoryu.



I deeply regret that I neglected to take a picture of it beforehand, because it looked amazing. It was tonkatsu ramen and it was amazing.


But when I go back to the States and am banished to just packaged ramen once more, I like to put peas and other vegetables in it.
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Posted 2/28/14
When I eat ramen I like to add an egg, bacon, veggies and peanut butter.
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I just make normal ramen and load it with even more salt and garlic, and maybe eat some saltine crackers with it. : 3
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I am a purist for the most part, and do not add anything to the cheap brick ramen you can get for 20 cents.

While on Guam I managed to get to a genuine ramen house, and let me tell you, I wish they had spicy miso ramen outside of specialty restaurants stateside. It was so good, even if my face burned for hours afterward.
Posted 2/28/14
I've never had real ramen but I've had instant ramen usually with vegetables, herbs and meat.

Maybe one day I can taste the real flavours of ramen.
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Posted 2/28/14
I've tried making it with ginger root, carrots, and green onion together, then I've also tried it with chilli powder, and I've added pork both regular and bbq-ed.
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Posted 2/28/14
2 Minute Ramen.

Nek minnit, nek minnit.
Cooked.
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Posted 2/28/14
explain how to add the peanut butter? I might try that.
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Posted 2/28/14
I like my Ramen not lying too me...




It's like a bag of chips sometimes... half air.
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Posted 2/28/14
Authentic is the way to go. None of that instant stuff.
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Posted 3/1/14
I love my ramen to be quite firm, I can't stand noodles that are too soggy and noodley. Also, miso ramen is my all time favorite.
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Stonewolfe wrote:

I like my Ramen not lying too me...




It's like a bag of chips sometimes... half air.


What the Hell!? We've been duped!

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