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History of Ramen Ramen has been the staple food of Japan since the late 19th Century, introduced by Chinese immigrants living in Yokohama Chinatown. The word “ra” comes from a Chinese word, and the word “men” means “noodles” in Japanese. It is a simple dish consisting of a meat or fish-based broth, seaweed, chewy noodles, …

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Traditionally the broth can also be vegan appropriate, made from konbu, a species of kelp, or shiitake, an arboreal mushroom species, both staples of Japanese cuisine. I'm not aware who in Thailand, makes a vehanised ramen using these dashi stocks

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Ramen is a winter meal for me




Unless I make instant Ramen at home




But a proper Ramen shop


I love Ramen but it's just too heavy for me to eat I'm hot weather 



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