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Promoted 06-08-2016 by brisar at 07:15 AM View Original Post
Amazon.com has 12-Pack Nongshim Spicy Kimchi Noodle Soup Bowl (3oz each) for $8.99 - 5% w/ "Subscribe & Save" = $8.54. Shipping is free. Thanks bondiablo
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Save 15%, as opposed to the standard 5%, on this month's Subscribe & Save items when you subscribe to 5 or more items during your current subscription month. - brisar

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Edited June 8, 2016 at 06:54 AM by TattyBear
Amazon has Nongshim Bowl Noodle Soup, Spicy Kimchi, 3.03 Ounce (Pack of 12) for $8.99 or $8.54 with Subscribe & Save or $7.64 with 5 or more S&S items.

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While the price is right, 800 MG of sodium makes it so difficult to pull the trigger on these.

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#4
Nice find! These are 4 for $5 at my supermarket on sale.
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Pretty good price. The cheapest I've seen this lately was at my local Mexican store - for about 79c (and ranging to 89c depending)... Just wish they had the regular spicy shin ramen

Repped for the find
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Ooooooo.... Thanks!
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#7
Made with real kimchi. I didn't expect so many fellow SDers love to eat this too. I have never seen it < $1 before.
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While the price is right, 800 MG of sodium makes it so difficult to pull the trigger on these.
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Never had this flavor but couldn't resist at this price
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Quote from InFor3 View Post :
Made with real kimchi.
the health benefit of kimchi is live bacteria from it's fresh fermentation drool
otherwise, here you are simply eating bio dead paprika flavored cabbage.
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#11
Thanks for the info. I didn't know that. I also add refrigerated "live" kimchi in a can from the supermarket to go with it because the dried kimchi that comes in these noodle packages are too miniscule to even be seen.
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Thanks! I love this stuff!
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Quote from bizcut99 View Post :
While the price is right, 800 MG of sodium makes it so difficult to pull the trigger on these.
They're ramen noodles. Of COURSE they have high sodium content. Sodium isn't bad for you, and unless you already have high blood pressure, you likely shouldn't be worried about salt intake:
http://www.webmd.com/heart/news/2...alt-sodium

If that's not enough to change your mind, just eat the noodles and don't drink the broth when you're done. That broth contains all of the salt in the package - only a fraction of it will actually be ingested with the noodles (I'd guess less than 20%, and I'd be absolutely shocked if it's more than 30%).
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Beef flavor (yukgaejang)is much better. trust me on that
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Quote from Josh17 View Post :
They're ramen noodles. Of COURSE they have high sodium content. Sodium isn't bad for you, and unless you already have high blood pressure, you likely shouldn't be worried about salt intake:
http://www.webmd.com/heart/news/2...alt-sodium

If that's not enough to change your mind, just eat the noodles and don't drink the broth when you're done. That broth contains all of the salt in the package - only a fraction of it will actually be ingested with the noodles (I'd guess less than 20%, and I'd be absolutely shocked if it's more than 30%).
Sodium, sugar, processed food, trans fat and starch is bad for you.
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