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06-05-10, 3:09 AM

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most common one's here are $#!t
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06-05-10, 3:11 AM

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there can be only one...

 
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06-05-10, 3:13 AM

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Yeah Pot Noodle is probably the best you're gonna get.
 
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06-05-10, 3:25 AM

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06-05-10, 3:28 AM

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Nissan Cup Noodles are the best.

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06-05-10, 3:48 AM

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Nongshim. The best korean cup-noodle brand.
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06-05-10, 4:29 AM

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teanut said:
Nongshim. The best korean cup-noodle brand.

thats what im eating rite now, their kimchi u-don instant noodles and some fish.. lol.. scary

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06-05-10, 6:00 AM

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pretty sure its made in american actually,least thats what it said on the box
 
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06-05-10, 7:03 AM

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If you like thick noodles and mild borth there is Nongshim's Japanese style udon.


Fashion Food Oriental flavor





A lot of the mama varieties are basically the cup/bowl noodles without the bowl or cup. You put the noodles and seasoning in a bowl pour boiling water over them and put a lid on the bowl for 3 minutes similar to how you would do with most other brands of cup/bowl noodles. Which is is why I save a few bowls from the fashion food brands, the mama instant noodles bare a striking similarity to the fashion food brand instant bowl noodles.

Mama Instant Noodles - Pork Flavour


Mama Pa Lo Duck Flavour Instant Noodles



There is Dosirac which comes in beef,chicken and shrimp flavors



I also like some of the nongshim brands that other posters suggested but here is a link on different brands that you can usually find at some grocery stores but mostly Asian super supermarkets and

http://noodleson.com/review/
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06-05-10, 7:13 AM

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ezikialrage said:
Mama Pa Lo Duck Flavour Instant Noodles


waaa i can't believe i forgot about that.. there's also this viet brand vifon that makes 'instant pho'.

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06-05-10, 8:06 AM

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I like the Mama noodles. The Shrimp Tom Yum, which is nowhere near Tom Yum, but it tastes pretty good, regardless.
 
06-05-10, 8:14 AM

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Mama and Dosirac I agree with (I have them regularly)

Am I the only one who likes these?

 
06-05-10, 8:20 AM

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Don't know if you can find it there but Myojo brand has the best noodles I've tasted. Quite pricey compared to others though.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_nr_i_0?rh=i%3Agrocery%2Ck%3Amyojo&keywords=myojo&ie=UTF8&qid=1275751145
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06-05-10, 8:23 AM

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teanut said:
Nongshim. The best korean cup-noodle brand.

Without a doubt~! Love those spicy noodles! Korean Ramyum, made in the U.S of A. I don't know how widespread it's distibuted, but here in SoCal it's just about in every store, form the tiniest corner market to Walmart.
Nongshim Web Site said:

Shinramyun
* Serving Size 2 oz(56g/About 1/2 Package)
* Serving Per Container About 2
* The number in '( )' is percentage of Daily Value
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.


Shin ramyun is a hot and beef taste product, made of beef flavor and various natural seasoning. Creating a sensation since the first roll out in October 1986, it has maintained the position as best selling item. It is also loved in Japan, US, Hong Kong, Taiwan and China due to its unique and hot taste.
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06-05-10, 9:11 AM

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South-east Asian brand:

 
06-06-10, 11:49 AM

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Sucrose said:
Mama and Dosirac I agree with (I have them regularly)

Am I the only one who likes these?



If I come across that brand I will try it.
 
06-06-10, 1:18 PM

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ezikialrage said:
Sucrose said:
Mama and Dosirac I agree with (I have them regularly)

Am I the only one who likes these?



If I come across that brand I will try it.

Wow, with a name like that, it has to be good :O
 
06-06-10, 2:30 PM

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I eat Maruchan, and Maruchan only.



 
06-07-10, 6:34 AM

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We have those without a cup in Poland, we call it "Chinskie zupki", Chinese soup, but actually most of them are Vietnamese, I have bought NongShim too, but they are not available everywhere, the same with oyakata japanese ones,
Popular brands are Polish ones, and Vifon, Kim Lan etc.
They are really cheap, some even cost 0.50 zl, which in USA money would be 0.14 USD, but most of them cost around one PLN.


 
06-12-10, 7:46 PM

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I recently came across WAI WAI brand instant noodles Sour Soup flavor. Its like a milder tom yum flavor.

http://ep.yimg.com/ca/I/veryasian_2106_52278643

 
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