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    What's your best ramen recipe? With tomato sauce, peanut butter, spam, pepperoni ? Seaweed snack mixed in?

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    Packet gourmet makes a Ramen rescue soooo good, choice of fresh dehydrated veggies and or beef, chicken.

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    Iíve been experimenting at home. Today for breakfast I had a package of Ichiban beef ramen with homemade pemmican (dried beef with bison tallow), beef gelatin, and collagen peptides added. It was very good; the pemmican and gelatin really made the sauce delicious.

    Ingredients and energy :
    100 grams ramen; 40 grams pemmican; 20 grams gelatin; 10 grams collagen peptides. Total 170 grams or 6 ounces, 825 calories. 67 grams carbs, 54 grams protein; 38 grams fat.
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    Green chili ramen, 1/2 tsp dried spicy salsa mix, heaping tbsp peanut butter, packet of Thai chili tuna.

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    Mikes Mighty Good Organic Vegetarian Kimchi Ramen with homemade dehydrated kimchi. Delicious!

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    open packet. discard sodium bomb. eat crunchy.

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    I found some unique sources of recipes utilizing Ramen, and a limited number of other ingredients, that may be adaptable to a hiker's diet:

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    https://www.tasteofhome.com/collecti...ramen-noodles/
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    Not mine. Skurka's Peanut Noodles. 141 kcal / oz.

    Last year, he had a chef work with him to improve the recipe. It is absolutely delicious. Personally, I like including both the raisins and crushed peanuts.

    Otherwise, I prefer to repackage it at home as vegetable noodle soup: throw away the flavor packet, add two powdered chicken bouillon packets and some dehydrated vegetables.
    Last edited by blackmagic; 09-01-2020 at 17:45.

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    There are some decent recipes in this book. It probably has around 50 recipes.
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    Ramen, 1 cup water, 1/2 packet flavoring, 1 Tablespoon butter, 1 can chicken (Swanson chicken if you can get it). Boil water with ramen until water almost gone, add 1/2 packet flavoring, butter and chicken. Stir well and eat. Yum Yum.
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    Chili pepper, eggs and green onion are must have for my ramen soup

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    Geez, picking a favorite ramen recipe . . . variety is the spice of life . . .
    1) My stand-by is noodles with a handful of freeze-dried veggies thrown in with whatever meat or interesting flavor packets I happen to have brought along.
    For meat I'll use tuna, chicken, summer sausage, chopped up jerky, chopped up pepperoni, or even rehydrated dried ground burger. Sometimes, if I don't have freeze-dried veggies available, I'll rehydrate plane old dried frozen veggies and boil the noodles in the water along with the rehydrated veggies. . . I often just buy a package of frozen mixed veggies and throw them into the food drier, dry them, then rehydrate a heaping tablespoon, or so, of them for an hour or two before stopping to cook dinner in in the rehydrated veggie/water mix. Super easy, cheap, and surprisingly flavorful.
    2) One of my favorite flavors, often mixed into the above concoction, is a liberal amount of peanut butter and red peppers either as dried flakes or as a sauce. Mmm, mmm, mmm. Kinda like backpacking Thai food.

    On another note, being my lazy, variety-loving self, I will use the exact same procedures as above, but do so with a different starch. So, instead of ramen I do the same thing with instant potatoes, instant rice, or couscous. Without much effort or expense you quickly have a dozen different, relatively well balanced, meals, and you don't have to decide exactly what you're eating ahead of time.
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    Ramen cooked to perrrrfection and the topped off with 3 eggs over easy :-)

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