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[Real Canadian Superstore] Vancouver :Nongshim Shin Black $6.48

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[Real Canadian Superstore] Vancouver :Nongshim Shin Black $6.48

For the Korean noodles' lovers I don't remember Shin Black to go down to $6.48 so might be a record low.
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Dec 27, 2012
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What’s the difference between this and the Ramyun (non-black) that I always get?
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jbone14 wrote: What’s the difference between this and the Ramyun (non-black) that I always get?
I'm no instant ramen connoisseur, but I assume it has a different spice packet.
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Jul 10, 2017
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Nice find, such a top tier soup ramen!
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jbone14 wrote: What’s the difference between this and the Ramyun (non-black) that I always get?
The standard one is slightly spicier. Black includes an extra beef stock soup packet. I find it meatier and even a little creamy. Noodles are the same. It's actually my favourite instant ramen at the moment and I eat A LOT of different types of instant ramen. Even better if you add sliced meat, tofu, vegetables, and an egg.
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coolwasabi wrote: The standard one is slightly spicier. Black includes an extra beef stock soup packet. I find it meatier and even a little creamy. Noodles are the same. It's actually my favourite instant ramen at the moment and I eat A LOT of different types of instant ramen. Even better if you add sliced meat, tofu, vegetables, and an egg.
Dang I’ll have to give it a try, thanks!!
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jbone14 wrote: What’s the difference between this and the Ramyun (non-black) that I always get?
Black is amazing. It's a much more rounded flavour. As the other guy said, creamier and less spicy. It's worth the extra cost, IMHO
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Oct 24, 2009
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Good find OP. Rarely seen these gone to discount. Wonder if this is for all vancouver stores.
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This is my favourite, tend to eat this when I'm on my night shifts. The cup version is also about the same on Amazon https://www.amazon.ca/Nongshim-NS27060S ... B01L21BKBI Do keep in mind the cup version has a smaller servering size.
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This is a great price but occasionally lower at T&T. From October 2020.


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seagull1987 wrote: Are these vegan?
nope, there's beef in the NA version, as well as shellfish (also found in other shin ramyun black versions, eg CN).
the original (shin ramyun) CN version is accidentally vegan (this one can be found at T&T for instance, sold in 5-pack vs 4-pack for the NA version, which isn't vegan)
EDIT: otherwise the green soon veggie ramyun is certified vegan, albeit less spicy/fragrant (imo) than the original
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Jul 3, 2017
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Same price in Calgary, AB. Shelves were cleaned out except for one that I saw yesterday. I should give it a try next time I see one.
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Black is more balanced flavor and better dehydrated pack. Imagine red with more beef broth, cracked egg mixed into the soup, better veg.. that is black
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Oct 14, 2018
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Haven't been at RCSS in a while. What's the Insider price? Do you need the paid PC Insider membership to claim the discount? Why won't it show the non-discounted price, if so? Or will scanning a PC Optimum card be enough?
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Damn you guys are marketing this shit well. Guess I'm going to need to go pick up a pack. I've just been buying indomie goreng.
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RedFlagCrake wrote: Damn you guys are marketing this shit well. Guess I'm going to need to go pick up a pack. I've just been buying indomie goreng.
idomie is great with its aromatic spicy garlic onion flakes tho.
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This is the best instant ramen I've had. I haven't had them all, but I've had a couple dozen types and this one was noticeably the best one. When microwaving it, crack an egg into it and stir it up, makes it tastier (and more nutritious). It isn't gourmet food, but for a basic utility meal it's pretty good.
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I've actually had trouble finding this stuff in Ottawa. Does anyone know where I can find some?
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coolwasabi wrote: The standard one is slightly spicier. Black includes an extra beef stock soup packet. I find it meatier and even a little creamy. Noodles are the same. It's actually my favourite instant ramen at the moment and I eat A LOT of different types of instant ramen. Even better if you add sliced meat, tofu, vegetables, and an egg.
For even creamier....add butter.

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