|Albuquerque Halsey |
If you want to make...ramen from scratch....first you must, invent the universe
2:38 "Where the hell do you think you're going?"
to ramen limbo, apparently
Don't worry. They'll figure out how to make an all wood mulch version of this as well.
So the same as now except without the rendered fat?
|Jane Error |
2:38 -- Why was that one rejected? Poor sack of ramen...
Might have just been a random sample for quality control testing.
After re-watching in 1080p I see that I am mistaken - it was underweight.
Ahhh. Thanks for confirming what I had suspected. I had to sort my turtlenecks by color gradient, which took about 4 hours, so I was not able to confirm this myself.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
I usually forgo the flavor packets and just add miso and veggies. I love ramen.
they also make excellent ant and roach poison
I had a roommate who was a REAL Asian person and he would put eggs, meat, and veggies in his ramen. That's why they like it more than non-asians, because they know its not meant to be served on its own.
Should food come on spools?
I just don't know that food should ever be on a spool.
Industrial processes are pretty much always five stars anyway though.
I just liked the way spool sounded. So I contrived a post where I could repeatedly and probably inappropriately use the word spool. It is a fairly silly word, spool. Especially if you say spool enough. Plus I was a little struck by the incongruity of a foodstuff wrapped on a spool. The only other spooled foodstuff I can think of is fruit by the foot. And yes, if you eat with a fork, you will spool most noodles prior to eating them; that's not really the same as having the food come on a spool. I suppose you could spool dough. Just roll it off the spool and cut it into shapes. But that's really an extension of the spooled noodles, and not an independent spool-based foodstuff.
Cool, what's with the heart disease tag though?
I mean they are pretty much starch, like potatoes and pasta...most people I know don't really even use (all of) the salt packets.
I love any industrialization video. Do more of this, POETV.
Totally agree that last part with the different speeds and directional belts was mesmerizing.
|Jet Bin Fever |
I want to take a bite out of a big noodle spool.
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