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In honor of the gastronomically sublime second episode of Space Dandy:

What was the best Ramen you've ever tasted?

Describe the experience if you like.
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>tfw never had ramen
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My favorite was a Kagoshima style ramen I had in Fukuoka. Tonkotsu based, supper tender pork greasy as hell.
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>>100141886
Really? Crap, sorry bro. No Japanese restaurants near you?
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>>100142184
I do love those heavier, creamier broths myself.
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Spicy tantan from Sansotei Ramen.
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>>100142184
>>100143622
How hard is it to acquire the ingredients and make ramen like this yourself?
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>>100143771
Shouldn't be that hard if you live near an Asian grocery. Considering this place is near Chinatown, not really.
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>>100140630
this episode was so good and made me fucking hungry.
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>>100144057
Same. Especially the last Ramen dish.
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Get lost fucking weeboos.
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>>100143979
You would be very wrong, it actually is quite hard.
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I made the best ramen I ever did taste. It was a well-ballanced blend of 11 herbs and spices with nutty peanutbutter, a bitter blend of sweet nutella and bitter chocolate brought to a boil with cuts of beef and a slab of beef fat and butter mixed until it all turns to liquid with vegetables and slices of beef.

I don't recall exactly how I did it, but I was never able to do it again...



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