My wife wants to go out on Lake Sam Rayburn here in southeast Texas to do some catfishing. A guy my wife works with has been talking about how many catfish he catches and she wants to get in on the action.
The water is heating up so I figure the catfish are staying out in deeper water...
Hey guys I am sure this has been covered numerous times but to hell with it:thumb: I am excited with my first preps.
15 packets of Mi Goreng Noodles (not a great fan of ramen and I can cook these with less than 100 Ml of water)
Approximately 35 Ltrs of water (once I finish filling...
In this article we are going to be looking at making noodles to catch catfish. This type of rig may not be legal in all areas, so check the local laws before you do anything.
Buy some noodles from the local china-mart. The noodles might be seasonal, and should be found in the swimming pool...
Wal-Mart has a sale on Knorr Pasta Sides for $1 and I have coupons for 50 cents off two, (a bunch of them).
You just need to add water or chicken broth to boil them and eat.
How do you suggest I store 20-30 of them for a year to keep potential bugs out? I noticed most packs had about a year to...
I am sitting here cooking Mi Goreng 2 minute noodles, and I was thinking I wonder how long I could live on these alone. I'd like to say indefinitely but I believe there would be some weight loss issues there as I am 6'1 and only 85 KG.
Heres the stats for them.
Serving size 175g Provided you...
4 2 person mountion house food
8 ramen noodle packs
8 cans of tuna
16 packs of oatmeal
50 different flavored drink mix . coffe gatorade ect
small backpacking stove
10 small fuel cans
1 quart pot
2 sets of forks and spoons
anti diarrhea pills
So I believe ramen noodles have a shelf life of a couple of years, in the original packaging, but I am wondering if I mylar and oxygen absorb the ramen noodles will it increase the shelf life? Does anyone know if that is possible, or have tried this in the past?
Okay. The purpose of this thread is to share ideas for doctoring up Ramen Noodles.
I'm pretty much living out of a hotel, and can cook only with a microwave, because of my job. Most of the cash goes home. I'm looking for creative solutions to the burnout associated with eating this crap...
Well, The wife and I did our first food purchase towards stocking our pantry. About $700
and a few other things
I feel better knowing that we have enough for a few months at least, and while I know we...
I know you guys are into stockpiling, but has anyone here ever considered stockpiling Ramen noodle soup? It is cheap, easy to make, very filling, light and portable. I also assume it keeps for a long time. It can be boiled to make into noodles or crushed with the seasoning added raw to make a...