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  1. monkeykoder

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    Like it love it hate it what do you add to it? I'm a fan of it straight (ok a little bit (okay a lot) of cayenne pepper MMMMMMMhmmmm).
     
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    P.S. what brands do you like
     
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    this is another one of those exotic food stuffs that i've never heard of (like Spiffy's S'mores)
     
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    John clearly didn't go to college in America... ;)

    It's okay, you're really not missing out. Microwaveable noodles aren't exactly on the list of 1000 things to do before you die..
     
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    oriental flavor is my favorite.
     
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    You really get to like them after 5 years chasing your bachelors degree... Cheap fast and not all that disgusting (compared to say burger king or mcdonalds.)
     
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    Indeed, where else can you get a meal for $0.16? I still have a box of them in my kitchen for those days I have nothing to take to work for lunch.
     
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    $0.16?!
    you're being ripped off. anything over $0.11 is overpriced....
     
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    Josh66 Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    I like the beef ones. I just eat them regular, sometimes I add an extra beef bouillon cube.

    A friend of mine used to always drain the water and melt a slice of cheese on top of it. (If you haven't tried that, it's OK - not my favorite, but not too bad either.)
     
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    I always drained most of the water before adding the seasoning packet... I like the noodles, not soup. But to each his own.

    I wish I would've thought of the cheese thing while I was at school...
     
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    I think they sell it with a "cheese" seasoning :puke:
     
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    Lived on that stuff before I had a real job (might need to again with 3 kids).

    Nissin chicken or oriental with the water drained and then add shredded cheese and egg. Can't beat it!

    Wish I had this when I was in college:

    [ame]http://www.amazon.com/101-Things-Do-Ramen-Noodles/dp/1586857355/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1222835537&sr=1-1[/ame]
     

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