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Yakisoba vs Ramen: 3 Simple Steps to Differentiate The Two

Yakisoba is a pan-fried noodle dish. And ramen is a noodle dish with soup. They have the same kind of noodles. These noodles are made of wheat flour, water, and kansui. They are chewy, have a yellow color, And they have a distinct ramen noodle flavor. You might say… “Why is yakisoba not ramen even though it uses the same ramen noodles?” This is because in order to be called ramen, You need to have soup, But yakisoba doesn’t have it. 1. Yakisoba is Tuxedo Mask He protects the Earth from bad guys with Sailor Guardians, But he is not part of the Sailor Guardians. 2. Yakisoba and ramen both taste great! On a cold February when I was 15,...

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Is Ramen Fattening: Facts Most People Are Unlikely to Know about

Ramen is not as fattening as you may think. Ramen has 10g of fat. Remember: Ingesting 55g of fat is recommended a day. (It depends on your body size) Usually, when you eat ramen, you don’t drink all the soup. That means the intake of fat from one bowl of ramen is less than 10g. In this article, you will learn how much fat each ramen type has. And the amount of fat each topping has. 1. Do you still think ramen is fattening? Ten years ago, in the season the leaves turned to red. I was a ramen traveler. I visited many famous ramen places in Japan. It wasn't just filling up my stomach. I was... Analyzing the noodles,...

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Saimin vs Ramen: 3 Simple Steps to Differentiate The Two

Saimin is a Hawaiian noodle dish and ramen is a Japanese noodle dish. In terms of taste, the biggest difference between them is… Soup of saimin is shrimp and bonito base. While ramen broth is made from chicken bone, pork bone, dried sardines, bonito, kelp, or other vegetables. In my opinion, saimin soup has a similar taste as udon soup plus the flavor of the shrimp. Soup of saimin and ramen taste really different. 1. Have you ever eaten saimin? 5 years ago, I went to a Hawaiian restaurant. It had a high ceiling and a nice atmosphere. I learned about the word “saimin”. It sounded like a Japanese word, but it didn’t sound familiar at all as a food...

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How Much Sodium Is in Ramen: Will You Feel Guilty When Eating Ramen Again?

Ramen soup has 4 grams of sodium, while ramen noodles have 1.8 grams. So in total, one serving of ramen has 5.8 grams of sodium. However, people usually don’t drink all the ramen soup. Let’s say you drink a quarter of the ramen soup. Then you will be taking in 1 gram of sodium from the soup, and 1.8 gram of sodium from the noodles. So in total, you will have ingested 2.8 grams of sodium from one bowl of ramen. 1. Do you think 2.8 grams  is too much sodium? Ten years ago, during the season where leaves turned to red. I was a ramen traveler. I visited many famous ramen places in Japan. It wasn't just filling up...

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