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Ramen Noodles?

post #1 of 33
Thread Starter 
Do you buy Ramen Noodles? How much do they cost at your store?

What do you do with them? Are there other recipes you use them for or use as a cheap way to fill up a meal?

post #2 of 33
ramen are 69 cents in the store where i shop.( no name ones are 33 cents each).

my family does not likes them but the one child i watch loves them.
post #3 of 33
They're six for a dollar at Albertson's.
We keep them on hand for emergencies, and sometimes have a few packs in my desk at work for days when I forget my lunch.
But they're not a favorite. When M'ija was little and I was broke, I ate a lot of Ramen noodles in order to be able to feed her real food.
post #4 of 33
i'm not sure how much they are I would guess they are really cheap. I have never fed them to my kids so they don't know about them to much sodium and not really a healthy food item so I skip buying them. Heck I have not eaten them since I was a teenager.
post #5 of 33
I never buy them. I only see them in cases at Hannaford but I've never looked at the price.
post #6 of 33
I grab a couple when I make cabbage ramen salad (a few times a year) and have no idea how much they cost (maybe .33/pack?). Outside of that, we do not eat them, too much sodium and junky ingredients.
post #7 of 33
Once in awhile as a kid I would eat them. Now I try to avoid buying them because of the sodium but DH requests them. He drains the juice when he makes them and I had some that way one time and thought it was gross without the juice. My mom gave me a good idea though she said that you can use half the package of seasoning that way there is less sodium.
post #8 of 33
The kids and I really like Ramen noodles. I buy some to eat for lunch a few times a month. I only add about 3/4 of the packet of seasoning . I think they are .49 cents a package?
post #9 of 33
Dh buys them to take to work sometimes. I think they are around 20-25 cents per package here. I don't like them so we don't use them for any other recipes.
post #10 of 33
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I always read alot of recipes that require just the noodles, not the seasoning, as an extra ingredient. Does anyone buy them just for that?
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