Maruchan Instant Lunch, Roast Chicken, 2.25-Ounce Packages (Pack of 12)
Ramen Noodles are a Japanese Noodle of traditional Chinese “hand pulled” wheat noodle origin. I’m told that the varieties of these noodles strains the old noodle’s ability to comprehend it when presented with its sheer vastness there. Here, in the United States of America, the Ramen Noodles are ubiquitous. Traditionally flavored with salt and pork bones, the Chinese buckwheat noodle is a wonderfully affordable filler food, side dish, template for a vast array of flavor, and a good source of carbohydrate.
Probably the largest variety, and most common kind of Ramen noodle found in the U.S. are those made byNissin Foods, of the Top brand variety. Maruchan is another major brand of Ramen noodle found here in the states, and I’m looking at a package of it now, and heating water in order to prepare a package of the stuff with. Both of these brands of Ramen noodle come packed full of msg, or monosodium glutamate, which is a neurotoxic flavor enhancer that David Rockefeller, personally, would love to see you consume a whole lot more of.
I’m feeling lucky today; or perhaps I’m too dumb to feel unlucky, as my Maruchan noodles do not have the flavor pack – which is best incinerated for safety – mine have the msg coated all up in the Styrofoam container.Now, besides the ill advised consumption of msg, which our elite overlords look to to help reduce the slave classes to cannon fodder; it’s also not advisable to heat anything in Styrofoam as the Styrofoam releases yet another toxin into the Ramen noodle. Don’t be the least bit discouraged though, you’ve still got a beautiful buckwheat noodle to eat, and you’re not starving. What I’ve done before is poke a few pin holes into the msg and neurotoxin filled container – and steadily poured boiling water over the mix as to clean my beautiful noodles of Rockefeller, and FDA sponsored neurotoxins. I’m not so certain as to if I’ve also successfully washed away the Styrofoam based toxins that come with heating; but again, I’m feeling lucky.
Ramen Noodles – Jailhouse Cuisine!
At some point in time I was touched by a noodly appendage, and rather than deciding to use my illusions, I decided to use my noodle instead. I realized that most everything in this consumer media induced zombie world that I live in suffers from some source of corruption, or another; and that there are precious few people who seem to be aware of it, and there are even fewer that are the least bit more clean of it. I’ve learned that most every cop is a criminal, and that the people in jails are most often just poor people, not dumb people; and not the least bit more criminal than the wealthy, politicians, and certainly not the police.If you ever do go to jail, and the intake guards or police officers have not robbed you of your money or possessions, or perhaps they just failed to log them on file and accidentally put them into their own pockets; then perchance you’ll make commissary some day, and get to enjoy the pleasure of, besides being a “criminal,” paying about 500% more for Ramen noodles than you would in the free world.
Kick em’ when they are down, except that if you are in jail long enough to get commissary, then you were already down to begin with. Such is life in a corrupt world where the poor always go to jail, and those who put them there get to act like saints, and most often do not get caught for the exact same sort of things that they’ve arrested you for. I could elaborate, but I’ve now washed the FDA sanctioned poisons from my noodles that came to be heated in a Styrofoam container so that they’d have even more poisons in them.The reality of the situation here in today’s world is Ramen Noodles are an excellent source of food to buy in mass, and keep. They store well for long periods of time, and you just never know what condition our condition is in here in federal reserve criminal banking syndicate land. Stock up on Ramen Noodles today!
I’ll be honest here, I used to eat Ramen noodles all the dang time, and I always liked them, and never once got ill from eating them with the MSG laden flavor pack used to flavor the things. As I mentioned up above, some packages of Ramen noodle meals come with the MSG flavoring already coated on the uncooked noodles.
Oh I’ve been here and I’ve been there. I’ve been a little of most everywhere, and I do mean including jails. I once spent six months in jail, most of it in a place called Limestone County Detention Center, and when I was there – I ate a ton of Ramen noodles I purchased off the commissary. You don’t get enough to eat, even for a small guy like myself, when you are only able to get what the jails will give you.
As late as 2009 I still regularly consumed Ramen noodles with MSG for flavoring….MSG flavor packs come with every Ramen noodle pack I’ve ever seen. The only exception being the Ramen noodles that already have the MSG flavoring coated on them in a paper or Styrofoam container. I perfectly well remember the first time someone said to me something like,
Well, why not? I was an innocent, or ignorant, rather, guy until just a few years ago when the subject was what food was or wasn’t healthy to eat. I’d never heard MSG was a slow poison, and wasn’t there an FDA to protect us all from unsafe food?
Relying on government to tell you what you need to know or to protect you much won’t get you far in life. What will get you far is learning as much as you can during the course of your life. I still eat Ramen noodles from time to time. I’ve got lots of them in my cabinet – I simply throw the MSG flavoring packet into the garbage, and I flavor the stuff myself with salt, pepper, and generally some kind of red sauce likeLouisiana Hot Sauce.
Flavoring some Ramen noodles is really simplicity itself. I often stir some grated cheese into them, and sometimes I might add some chopped onion and tomato, or even some diced up meat.
What IS MSG?
Monosodium glutamate, also known as sodium glutamate orMSG, is the sodium salt of glutamic acid, one of the most abundant naturally occurring non-essentialamino acids. It was classified by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as generally recognized as safe (GRAS) and by the European Union as a food additive. MSG has the HS code 29224220 and the E numberE621.The glutamate of MSG confers the same umami taste of glutamate from other foods, being chemically identical. Industrial food manufacturers market and use MSG as a flavor enhancer because it balances, blends and rounds the total perception of other tastes.] Trade names of monosodium glutamate include Ac’cent, Aji-No-Moto, and Vetsin.
The above is from Wikipedia. Basically, MSG is a salt, and just as salt helps to preserve and enhance the flavor of things, so too does monosodium glutamate. ,It can, however, cause many adverse reactions, including skin rashes, itching, hives, nausea, vomiting, migraine headaches, asthma, heart irregularities, depression and even seizures
MSG is made from sugar beets, and as Monsanto corners that market, obviously, they also are responsible for most MSG production. As I’ve stated before here…I consumed MSG for years without noticing anything. But after I became aware of MSG, I stopped consuming it altogether for a long time. I did, however, give MSG another go, as I consumed it for a time in Budweiser Chelada beers. That used to be my favorite drink…but the cold hard facts are that I can no longer drink it, as now after being totally detoxed from MSG, if I drink a Chelada…I get sick to my stomach.
To my mind, that is a blessing.