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Well, I'm sure ramen noodles are made with wheat.

For gluten-free noodles, there are rice noodles, bean threads (otherwise known as glass noodles, cellophane noodles, or Chinese vermicelli), Konjac Shirataki noodles, and no doubt others. You can also use spaghetti squash.


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All the instant ramen packages are wheat based and the seasonings usually contain MSG and a host of other chemicals that may contain wheat derivatives. RiceGuy gave you some good alternatives. Hard to find outside of Japan but if you have a Japanese store try to find juwari soba which is 100% buckwheat and ok. Most of the soba noodles sold outside of Japan are 40% or 60% wheat but some oriental markets get the good stuff at times.

ken

ive read that ramen has gluten in it, but is it in the noodles or in the flavor packets?

(im just looking for cheap noodles i can use with sauce and veggies, so i wouldnt use the flavor packets)


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I agree with the Tahi Kitchen noodles. I got some recently and a little goes a long way. You can find them at a lot of stores (Target, regular grocery stores, health food stores).

They have thin noodles that will be similar to ramen noodles (well kind of). They are also really easy and quick to make.


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