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24-Pack 3oz. Maruchan Flavor Ramen Noodles (Soy Sauce) EXPIRED

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Amazon.com has 24-Pack 3oz. Maruchan Flavor Ramen Noodles (Soy Sauce) on sale for $4.10 when you check out via Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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$4.10 with 5% subscribe and save
$3.67 with 15% subscribe and save

it's been cheaper.. but it's been trending sold out and more expensive as of late

hope it helps someone

sodium is high but you don't have to use the whole seasoning packet, or all the broth that you end up boiling

https://www.amazon.com/Maruchan-F...B00CEIECZ0
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Its delicious. Salt is incredible. Make these noods then throw a raw egg in there bam protein and salt. Delicious.

Very kind of you to throw so much respect on em by capitalizing the company name.

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Soy sause flavor, LOL.... No offense, but Maruchan Ramen is simply the worst food one can get. Not a deal at any price!
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Soy sause flavor, LOL.... No offense, but Maruchan Ramen is simply the worst food one can get. Not a deal at any price!
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Soy sause flavor, LOL.... No offense, but Maruchan Ramen is simply the worst food one can get. Not a deal at any price!
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Its delicious. Salt is incredible. Make these noods then throw a raw egg in there bam protein and salt. Delicious.

Very kind of you to throw so much respect on em by capitalizing the company name.
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Its delicious. Salt is incredible. Make these noods then throw a raw egg in there bam protein and salt. Delicious.

Very kind of you to throw so much respect on em by capitalizing the company name.
I'll see your raw egg and add mushrooms and spinach or bok choy...mmm!
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Go to an Asian store and get some actual instant ramen.
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Go to an Asian store and get some actual instant ramen.
But those are like $2 each. Maruchan Ramen are for college students to survive after spending all their money on beer, new flat screen TV, new Xbox/Playstation, etc. Nothing like watching a new $2,000 OLED TV while eating 25 cents ramen.
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Again, I didn't mean any disrespect when I commented. I was a college student once and enjoyed my share of Maruchan Ramen. Now that I am older and wiser, I have had many better instant noodles that are tastier and better for you health-wise... Anyway, apologies to anyone offended, but you may want to consider other options if you have the means and access to an Asian store. Better ones can often be found on sale for about 50 cents each.
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I like adding onions and fresh veggies. Sometimes throw in some thinly sliced beef in there.

Use only a little of the sauce because it's full of salt.
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we use these with cabbage and chicken, a little soy, oil, vinegar, crushed up and turned into an amazing salad with crunchy noodles, if I want ramen for actual ramen, its usually made by Nongshim
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Well said on some things, but when people keep saying Asian grocery store brands, I have a few issues with that:

1) Some unknown brands, you can't really trust what's put in there and their nutrition labels. I've seen many Asian grocery stores slap a nutrition sticker that if you read closely, doesn't make sense. Ingredients are another matter.

2) Some Asian grocery stores carry old stock and dubious expiration date. I have in the past bought a large box/bulk of rice bag or ramen and can taste it's old. Good luck trying to return at an Asian grocery store.

3) Access to Asian grocery stores isn't easy for everyone, and in some cities, a lot of "Asia town" area have crazy parking or difficult access via public transport.

Having said all that, if you do want a bit better/healthy ramen packet option, check out Koka from Singapore. They don't have as many flavors, but their noodles are non-fried, their sodium is lower, and seems to have less artificial ingredients. There's also Japanese brands that sell "straight" ramen noodles in a bundle and broth in a paste/liquid form that requires a little more cooking, but more rewarding flavor and end result.


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Again, I didn't mean any disrespect when I commented. I was a college student once and enjoyed my share of Maruchan Ramen. Now that I am older and wiser, I have had many better instant noodles that are tastier and better for you health-wise... Anyway, apologies to anyone offended, but you may want to consider other options if you have the means and access to an Asian store. Better ones can often be found on sale for about 50 cents each.
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But those are like are like $2 each. Maruchan Ramen are for college students to survive after spending all their money on beer, new flat screen TV, new Xbox/Playstation, etc. Nothing like watching a new $2,000 OLED TV while eating 25 cents ramen.
15 cent Ramen....best deal ever
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