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    Non-Fried Ramen A No-No?






    I just discovered these non-fried ramen noodles, and almost screamed instore when I read the calories.. only 57.9 for the entire package (90 grams). They are very inexpensive (56 cents per package), but are they just garbage?

    Nutritional Facts: 1 package (90 grams)
    Calories: 57.9
    Fat: 1.0 g
    Saturated: 0 g
    Trans: 0 g
    Cholesterol: 0 mg
    Sodium: 354 mg
    Carbohydrates: 10.2 g
    Fibre: 1.3 g
    Sugars: 1.1 g
    Protein: 2.1 g

    Ingredients: Noodles: Wheat flour, starch, salt, mineral salt, wheat gluten
    Soup Base: Salt, sugar, spices, hydrolyzed vegetable protein
    Paste Pack: Shallots, Parsley, Carrot, Vegetable oil, satay paste (soybean oil, peanut, sesame, sugar, leek, spices, salt, onion), garlic and seafood flavouring, salt, spices, sugar.

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    technically not that good for your because your basically having salt and noodles. all that sodium (if you had more than one of them a day) would be detrimental.

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    I think it would be very beneficial if you did some reading here http://www.ironmagazineforums.com/sh...ad.php?t=21113 This will answer alot of questions you haven't even thought of askin



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    They have fresh steamed spinach, seaweed or brown rice ramen, udon and soba at the markets here due to the heavy asian influence. They go good in a stir fry so you don't need to use the soup base that comes with many of them or you could use a little of the soup base in the stir fry with your veggies and meat source.
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    Quote Originally Posted by brazeneye
    are they just garbage?....
    Ingredients: Noodles: Wheat flour, starch, salt, mineral salt, wheat gluten
    Soup Base: Salt, sugar, spices, hydrolyzed vegetable protein
    Paste Pack: Shallots, Parsley, Carrot, Vegetable oil, satay paste (soybean oil, peanut, sesame, sugar, leek, spices, salt, onion), garlic and seafood flavouring, salt, spices, sugar.
    Hmmm.. I would stay clear of them - high sodium and no nutrients what so ever and pretty high GI to boot.

    If you do want noodles there are much better options - buckwheat noodles and bean thread noodles are both lower GI and much better for you.

    Personally, the only noodles I eat are a Sukiyaki noodle called "shirataki" noodles. They are made from japanese yam fibre and are calorie and carbohydrate free - so you can enjoy them even when cutting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emma-Leigh
    Hmmm.. I would stay clear of them - high sodium and no nutrients what so ever and pretty high GI to boot.

    If you do want noodles there are much better options - buckwheat noodles and bean thread noodles are both lower GI and much better for you.

    Personally, the only noodles I eat are a Sukiyaki noodle called "shirataki" noodles. They are made from japanese yam fibre and are calorie and carbohydrate free - so you can enjoy them even when cutting!
    I've seen those yam noodles, and look very interesting.. I shall look up recipes, haha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brazeneye
    I've seen those yam noodles, and look very interesting.. I shall look up recipes, haha.
    They are really handy... Although some people can not stand the taste/texture...

    Anyway, here is some info about them:

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    yum, yum, yum
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