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But Is It Good? Shin Green Vegan Mushroom & Fried Tofu Noodles

Nongshim is one of the best known Korean brands of instant noodles. The company began in 1965 in Seoul. Their line of products include the famous Chapagetti and Shin Black, often regarded as one of the best, spicy instant noodles.

I found this Shin Green vegan Mushroom and Fried Tofu flavor at Sun Foods on University Ave in St. Paul. Stores like Shuang Hur sell instant noodles in big packs of four+, while other stores offer singles.

Sun Foods has a decent variety of single packages.

I chose this flavor because it just sounded really good!

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25 Days of What? WAI WAI Oriental Style Instant Noodle

I’ll be honest. I have no idea what day it is.

All I know is that I definitely have definitely not posted the number of Christmas days it is out of 25.

While some people’s jobs may slow down before the holidays, mine revs up with deadlines before the new year.

I found this package of Wai Wai “Oriental Style Instant Noodle” at Fresh Thyme grocery store. It’s been living in my cupboard for a while and got a little bit crunched up.

WAI WAI is a brand from Thai Preserved Foods Factory Co., LTD established in 1978.

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25 Days of I’m Trying: Vifon Hot & Sour Chicken Flavor Instant Noodles

We’re back with another Vifon soup.

I skipped a few days due to a busy work week, but I’m back.

Vifon is a Vietnamese brand. According to its website, founded in 1963 in Vietnam

I also got this Vifon Hot & Sour Chicken Flavor soup from Ha Tien in St. Paul.

It’s the same drill – add the seasoning packets into a bowl with the noodles, cover with boiling water and steam for a few minutes. This noodle packet comes with three seasoning packets.

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25 Days of Ramen, Already Lost Track: Bulalo Beef Bone Marrow

On the 23rd day of ramen, I tried the Lucky Me! brand Bulalo Beef and Bone Marrow flavor noodles.

Lucky Me! is a Philipino brand of instant noodles established in 1989 (according to Wikipedia).

Bulalo is a Philipino beef shank soup.

The real version of the soup looks delicious – if you look at the big beef shank cuts in the soup, you can see how it gets a beef marrow flavor. Here’s a recipe from Filipino Chow that caught my eye.

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