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Nongshim Neoguri Noodles, Spicy Seafood, 4.2 Ounce (Pack of 16)
CCC Best Price $12.29 w/ 5% S&S discount and free ship, 77 cents each:
https://www.amazon.com/Nongshim-N...NQWZQ8SXVM

Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup, Gourmet Spicy, 4.2 Ounce (Pack of 20)
Lowest price for a few years $15.71 w/ 5% S&S discount and free ship, 78 cents each.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...bw_g325_i1

My favorite is the Spicy Seafood, I eat this once a week.

Yes, both of them have lots of sodium, just don't eat it everyday or use half the bag of seasoning
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Which one is better?
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Which one is better?
The one with Ramen noodles. Because processed wheat is healthy and salt is not.
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which noodle comes out chewy?

in the Spicy Seafood does it include 3 or 4 packets? like; dry veg, oil, sauce, flavor powder
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Once you go black (ramen), you don't go back.
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Great prices! In for both. For those asking, the first one has thicker noodles and is chewier. The second one is a classic. The most popular product in Korea for decades.
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i've been eating these all my life and i like the spicy seafood over the shin ramyun. However, they are both pretty good so you can't go wrong with either.
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These two are Korean favorites. Be aware, they might be spicy if not used to spicy food at all.
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which noodle comes out chewy?

in the Spicy Seafood does it include 3 or 4 packets? like; dry veg, oil, sauce, flavor powder
It depends on how long you cook the noodles, the longer you cook them, the more water gets absorbed so it's softer. If you cook it less, it'll be harder. The Neoguri (Spicy Seafood) noodles are thicker than the Shin Ramyun ones. They are udon style noodles.

The Spicy Seafood comes with two packets, one is the spicy flavor packet and the other is seaweed toppings.
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They are very spicy. I turned the Nongshim Shin Ramyun Noodle Soup into regular chicken flavored by buying Knorr Chicken Flavored Bouillon or something similar will also work. It makes the best chicken flavored noodles! Add an egg, some mushrooms, scallops, shrimp or meat of choice, etc.
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Quote from numbercruncher View Post :
Knorr Chicken Flavored Bouillon
I'm a big fan of these. I add one cube to 3 cups of parboiled rice in my pressure cooker.
every time i see the 9.3oz boxes of cubes on sale for $2 locally here, I stock up Wink

spicy does not bother me as I dilute these packs into so many other veg and protein.
thanks for the seafood details - i'll undercook them a bit to get that thick chewy korean
Jjolmyeon quality I'm looking for in a dry product.
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Which one is better?
WTF, get both! They both good! I probably like the seafood a little bit more but ultimately it depends on what you feel like eating at the moment. The seafood noodle is definitely thicker and I feel that plays a bit into me leaning towards it. However you definitely missing out if you skip the other one. And they both very hot and spicy. Big Grin
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Which one is better?
Shin Ramyun is the best...however these ramyun noodles have tons of salt...try not to drink all the soup...it is addictive though bc it is delicious...the prices are not really a great deal...can get the Shin Ramyun for ~$12 at BJs when they send coupon in the mail
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