|Albuquerque Halsey - 2012-01-13 |
If you want to make...ramen from scratch....first you must, invent the universe
|TheMarsTravolta - 2012-01-13 |
2:38 "Where the hell do you think you're going?"
to ramen limbo, apparently
|sosage - 2012-01-13 |
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 - 2012-01-13 |
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 - 2012-01-13 |
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.
|GravidWithHate - 2012-01-13 |
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.
|gmol - 2012-01-14 |
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.
|cognitivedissonance - 2012-01-14 |
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 - 2012-01-16 |
I want to take a bite out of a big noodle spool.
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