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Old 09-09-20, 02:03 PM
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If making Cup o'Noodles was a bike forums thread:

[newuserbikeguy] Hey guys, new to the forum! Just making some cup o'noodles and heard conflicting reports, should you fill the styrofoam cup ALL the way to the fill line with hot water? That seems like a lot. Also, what temperature should I use?

[mr.straight-laced] Yes. That's why it's there.

[Controvesial_Campy_Karl] No way, maybe 3-4 mm below for best results. Otherwise it's soupy

[Capn-Obvi] [quote: No way, maybe 3-4 mm below for best results. Otherwise it's soupy] isn't it soup?

[Fancy.Equip.Bill] As far as the temp goes, I use the 190F faucet I installed. Works great

[Token_retro_grouch] Hey, @fancy.Equip.Bill, must be nice! The rest of us use an old tea kettle

[Token_retro_grouch] Cup o'Noodles are just Ramen in a cup. Why not just get a bowl and eat ramen?
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[Self Appointed thread police] Wrong forum, this belongs in training and nutrition.
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AlmostTrick Yes! Exactly
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Dammit I forgot to pick up some Mr. Noodles cups on sale at Giant Tiger. Time to head back out...
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Waxed ramen cups are cleaner and better for the environment.
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Originally Posted by canklecat View Post
Waxed ramen cups are cleaner and better for the environment.
I didn't know exactly how this would happen, but I KNEW this would morph in to a wax vs oil, chain lube thread!
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Do you wave at the cup?
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Those styrofoam cups will explode if they get too hot. Just get old skool Ramen for 30 cents a pack.

https://www.ebay.com/itm/48-Packs-Ni...p/383690573936

Best served in a steel bowl.
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Ignore the cooking directions. Dial that microwave up to 1200 Watts until those guads are noodles.
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I don't like Cup o' Noodles. Anyone who eats Cup o' Noodles is stupid.

The cup is just a solution looking for a problem.

Why are the manufacturer's forcing me to boil water?

My average speed increased 2 mph when I started eating Cup o' Noodles.

The cup adds too much rotational weight.
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Try something different and pour some hot chocolate on your Cuo o'Noodles for some very unique taste.
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At least itís not a waving or chain lube thread.
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what size cup is best fit for the consumer with a 86 cm gut line size?
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Originally Posted by tomato coupe View Post
I don't like Cup o' Noodles. Anyone who eats Cup o' Noodles is stupid.

The cup is just a solution looking for a problem.

Why are the manufacturer's forcing me to boil water?

My average speed increased 2 mph when I started eating Cup o' Noodles.

The cup adds too much rotational weight.
You win at BF BINGO
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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
At least itís not a waving or chain lube thread.
....yet.
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So is waving at other cyclists a controversial thing? like chain lube? I never knew!
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Originally Posted by davei1980 View Post
....yet.
Real cyclists eat bowls of noodles. Iím eating this right now.


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Originally Posted by indyfabz View Post
Real cyclists eat bowls of noodles. Iím eating this right now.


You planning to do a double century for all those carbs?
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Ok back from Giant Tiger and bought a bunch of Mr Noodles cups. Got the environmentally friendly waxed cups not the nasty petroleum plastic things. 77 cents each. xD
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Originally Posted by wolfchild View Post
Try something different and pour some hot chocolate on your Cuo o'Noodles for some very unique taste.
That would be considered doping.
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Is [bike forums] [cup o noddles] bad for my heart and blood pressure?
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Cup of Noodles is only NSF and is not sold by locally owned grocery stores suitable for support from Real Cyclists.

Besides, Real Cyclists eat pizza and drink beer for both pleasure and sustenance. Only cheapskates and the unworthy would admit to voluntarily eating cheap noodles, food snobs brag about their noodle dishes.

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NSF is the acronym for Noodle Shaped Food; of course all tne Kool Kidz already knew that.
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Originally Posted by I-Like-To-Bike View Post
Cup of Noodles is only NSF and is not sold by locally owned grocery stores suitable for support from Real Cyclists.

Besides, Real Cyclists eat pizza and drink beer for both pleasure and sustenance. Only cheapskates and the unworthy would admit to voluntarily eating cheap noodles, food snobs brag about their noodle dishes.

NOTE:
NSF is the acronym for Noodle Shaped Food; of course all tne Kool Kidz already knew that.
Bulk Store Oddities would be just as sufficient
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