Most people who regularly buy instant ramen are only familiar with two types: the one in the package and the one in the cup.
Kids often feel a sense of relief when they finally go away to college or move out of the house.
Here’s one big reason: their parents aren’t around to constantly nag them.
“Clean your room and then do your homework!”
“Come home and go to bed. It’s a school night!”
And of course, “Put that ramen back in the cabinet. It’s bad for you!”
Ramen is just about the perfect food. And no, we’re not crazy.
Here’s what most people “know” about ramen noodles:
- They’re extremely popular in Japan.
- They’re fast and easy to prepare.
- They’re an incredibly inexpensive meal to make at home.
- They’re not very good for you.
From the Merriam-Webster dictionary:
Conducive to or associated with good health or reduced risk of disease.
If that’s the criteria we’re using to determine if ramen is healthy, the answer is clearly “no.”
We only have one, so let’s take care of it.
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