You can change the flavor by selecting or excluding some of these ingredients. I have enjoyed these flavors with noodles and sesame seeds, tofu and vegetables, beans and even vegan ham.
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Today is leftover day. I had made a vegetable stir-fry and boiled rice for lunch a few days ago, and a quiche/oven-scrambled tofu yesterday. I was thinking of eating one or the other this morning, but had only a few minutes and not much motivation, so a grapefruit and a banana was my breakfast (which reminds me that I want to try making some grapefruit peel and orange peel candy tonight, if I have time).
Just one of many ways a vegan can enjoy ramen noodles. Actually, while I originally used instant ramen noodles, without the seasoning, I would recommend using something similar, but with fewer ingredients and sans MSG. There is a brand that is (or was) available in America, that can be found in the oriental section of some Super Walmarts and other grocery stores (called “Chinese noodles”, I think), and here in Thailand there is the Shogun brand, which is even better.
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