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12-Pack 2.25oz Maruchan Instant Lunch Ramen Noodles (Lime with Shrimp)

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Amazon has 12-Pack 2.25oz Maruchan Instant Lunch Ramen Noodles (Lime with Shrimp) on sale for $4.44. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

Walmart also has 12-Pack 2.25oz Maruchan Instant Lunch Ramen Noodles (Lime with Shrimp) on sale for $4.44. shipping is free w/ Walmart+ (30-day free trial here) or on orders of $35+

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  • Enriched Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamine Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid), Vegetable Oil (Contains One or More of the Following: Canola, Cottonseed, Palm), Preserved by TBHQ, Salt, Dehydrated Vegetables (Carrot, Green Peas, Garlic), Contains Less than 2% of: Maltodextrin, Monosodium Glutamate, Freeze Dried Shrimp, Citric Acid, Hydrolyzed Corn, Wheat and Soy Protein, Dehydrated Soy Sauce (Wheat, Soybeans, Salt), Yeast Extract, Natural Flavors, Spices, Caramel Color, Potassium Carbonate, Sodium (Mono, Hexameta, and-or Tripoly), Phosphate, Sesame Oil, Sodium Carbonate, Lime Powder, Disodium Inosinate, Disodium Guanylate, Chicken Broth, Soya Lecithin, Lactose, Turmeric.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 12-Pack 2.25-Oz Maruchan Instant Lunch Ramen Noodles (Lime with Shrimp) for $4.44. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders. OOS -> available again

Walmart [walmart.com] has the 12-Pack 2.25-Oz Maruchan Instant Lunch Ramen Noodles (Lime with Shrimp) for $4.44. Shipping is free with Walmart+ or $35+ orders.

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But those cups are already filled with the powder
You can just buy plain bulk ramen noodles, y'know? So you're not paying for flavoring to wash down the sink. Even cheaper than these and you can add whatever healthy or unhealthy flavoring you like. Although you do give up the convenience of the cup - at least, I don't think I've ever seen unseasoned in cup form.
My dream is to eat 1 package or bowl of ramen/ udon noodles a day and bulk it up with protein, veggies, etc. Homemade version of soup. But I know that would be sodium overload but it can't be any worse than buying any types fast foods from McDonald's, taco, kfc etc

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Good for the apocalypse but TBHQ is a bad ingredient. But who cares when there's nothing on the shelves……
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My dream is to eat 1 package or bowl of ramen/ udon noodles a day and bulk it up with protein, veggies, etc. Homemade version of soup. But I know that would be sodium overload but it can't be any worse than buying any types fast foods from McDonald's, taco, kfc etc
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My dream is to eat 1 package or bowl of ramen/ udon noodles a day and bulk it up with protein, veggies, etc. Homemade version of soup. But I know that would be sodium overload but it can't be any worse than buying any types fast foods from McDonald's, taco, kfc etc
Just don't use the flavor packet
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Just don't use the flavor packet
But those cups are already filled with the powder
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But those cups are already filled with the powder
Oh right right. Rinse it out? Or pour past the fill line and dump some of it out maybe
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Chicken is 4.44
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In for 1 (12) pack great deal for prepping when TSHTF
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Oh right right. Rinse it out? Or pour past the fill line and dump some of it out maybe
I do this to limit my sodium intake. Pour in a 3rd cup boiling water and pour it out with the paper lid slightly cracked open then fill it up with boiling water. Adjust the initial rinse water to your taste (less to keep more of the taste, more to remove more of it. I usually add a little sesame oil, black vinegar, chili, sake to add flavor it . Throw in some leftover veggies or meat to top it 🙂.
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Too bad I can't find Nissin brand on sale on anymore. Costco used to carried them. Inflation kills everything
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Oh right right. Rinse it out? Or pour past the fill line and dump some of it out maybe
You can just buy plain bulk ramen noodles, y'know? So you're not paying for flavoring to wash down the sink. Even cheaper than these and you can add whatever healthy or unhealthy flavoring you like. Although you do give up the convenience of the cup - at least, I don't think I've ever seen unseasoned in cup form.
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You can just buy plain bulk ramen noodles, y'know? So you're not paying for flavoring to wash down the sink. Even cheaper than these and you can add whatever healthy or unhealthy flavoring you like. Although you do give up the convenience of the cup - at least, I don't think I've ever seen unseasoned in cup form.
Shin has cups that you add the seasoning yourself. I think that's the only one that's still on the cheaper side when it's on sale
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I don't drink any of the broth if that makes a difference when it comes to the sodium
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Quote from ThriftyIdea6692 :
You can just buy plain bulk ramen noodles, y'know? So you're not paying for flavoring to wash down the sink. Even cheaper than these and you can add whatever healthy or unhealthy flavoring you like. Although you do give up the convenience of the cup - at least, I don't think I've ever seen unseasoned in cup form.
For some reason I really dislike the ramen noodles in the packets. The noodles are a different consistency or something. Whatever. Anyway, I keep some of these instant lunch cups on hand for convenience reasons.
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