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seikoloco Nov 12, 2012 10:15 AM

Is there such a thing? If so, who sells them? How can I make the stuff like you see in the cup of soup type containers?

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    DanksGd Nov 12, 2012 11:12 AM

    Gefen also makes a line of Ramen Noodles in a couple of different flavors...We get ours from Arons in Flushing, Usually about 2/$1.00

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      koshergourmetmart Nov 12, 2012 06:57 PM

      hakubaku makes ramen noodles without spice packet-organic too!

      http://www.hakubaku.com/index.php?opt...
      We are certified by Kosher Australia and their logo is on all of these packets

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        helou Nov 13, 2012 05:22 AM

        These look lovely and wonderful, but I think the OP is looking for convenience - a single serving of noodles, already in a cup, add hot water and eat.
        These seem to be packaged in a larger quantity, like packaged pasta. Do they carry a single serving version?

    2. weinstein5 Nov 12, 2012 10:57 AM

      Traditions makes both the cups and separate packages of Ramen noodles- like ferret my kids would starve without them

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        ferret Nov 12, 2012 10:37 AM

        If there was no such thing then my kids would never have made it through high school (or college, for that matter).

        Here's a detailed review on Traditions:

        http://ramenrater.wordpress.com/tag/k...

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          seikoloco Nov 12, 2012 01:06 PM

          Yes, I have seen them, but been put off by the very very high fat content of these. Does anyone sell the noodles, with/out the rest of the flavorings, then how does one go about replicating the flavor aspect w/o all the corresponding (or at least lowering) fat??

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            ferret Nov 12, 2012 01:47 PM

            Traditions fat content is lower than many non-kosher ramen brands. It's never been known for being a healthy option, just a quick one.

            If you want healthy go with shirataki noodles. But, as expected, zero fat = zero flavor.

            And your original question was "do they exist" so you would have been better off asking if low-fat options existed.

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              CloggieGirl Nov 12, 2012 08:09 PM

              The fat isn't coming from the flavorings. The noodles are fried.

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