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Jen Liu

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on October 8, 2009 at 1:10:10 am

Okay, so somehow my page of work didn't save the stuff I was writing so I guess I will try this again:



Jumbo Nama Udon Noodles by Yamasho.


I chose this food item because lately I have been documenting what kinds of food I eat for a weaving project. (See pictures here: uilrefinnej.blogspot.com)


You can get Udon Noodles from pretty much any Asian supermarket in the refrigerated section.  The kind of I get usually comes in indivudually wrapped packages of 3-4 in one whole package.  Each package includes noodles and a soup mix. 


I don't really remember when I started eating this food item, but I would say it is a family favorite.  I first started to make it on my own when I learned how to safely use the stove and my mom taught me how to make it on my own.  When she makes it for me she usually adds vegetables or dumplings, but when I usually make it on my own, I don't include anything else.  However, now that I am living on my own, I try to eat healthier so my version now includes an egg and spinach.  The egg was kind of an experiment becuase on the package, the photo of the dish includes an egg in the noodle broth.  When the water was boiling, I cracked an egg into the soup and it cooked pretty well.

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