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I'm eating something called an itsu noodle pot. It's pretty much a pot noodle that cost me £2.50
itsu not bad so far.
But that seems a bit cheap for a noodle pot from there. Thought they were about a fiver.
I'm currently quite fond of those Innocent noodle pots - 2 for 6 quid in Tescos.
Noodle = egg noodle.
but I doubt they are egg noodles.
and it blew my mind
£5.99 usually, in my local branch anyway. Very tasty though, not really anything like a pot noodle. Proper meat, proper veg.
instead two people have said how cheap that is. only on dis.
I thought he was talking about these http://www.itsu.com/menus/hot_and_potsu They're fresh, not ones you pour water on.
where'd you find em?
I'm regretting not getting a normal pot noodle
tomato flavour is best, with a bit of that korean red sauce added in <3
are bbq beef supernoodles vegetarian? no one seems to know the answer to this
And it isn't animal derived.
So in conclusion: dunno.
my cousin got me to watch them on our veery slow hotel wifi when we were on holiday a few years ago
Thank slurping the dregs of chicken and mushroom pot noodles at the bottom.
Spicy as fuck, but good noodles and broth. Probably cheaper than a crappy British pot noodle.
and not the grim fried shit that you pour boiling water over. Well I don't know what they are called but they come in a small packet (like a miniature spaghetti one) and have two bundles of noodles in them, with some paper tying each bundle. Then you boil them for five, chuck in the flavouring (powder and one of chilli oil) and fucking eat them.
soba is just a type of noodle. This is like a ready to go mix thing. It's one of those efforts (from the supermarket) where they have to cover up the label/barcode with a sticker of their own.
The packet was blue, the flavour was seafood. Alas they are now eaten.
the packet is more like this but less see through and these are just the noods. You get the flavourings in the one I had:
quick and Japan-easy
What the fuck is going on?!
just stick half a tin of beans into any old cheap pot noodle when it's done.
they're the best ever
they're proper pho sized, way better than a pot noodle, but both only had thai original which isn't vegetarian
but nowhere has it
I keep eating pesto
risotto is usually the default veggie option, do restaurants not put parmesan in it?
but i imagine in reality a lot of places wouldn't be that discerning, you just have to be an annoying person and ask annoying questions
seeing cheese is a vegetable
wow, first i got a double this and then i found a posh noodle
what a day