Everyone knows of the health value of Japanese ramen. It falls somewhere between a fruit and a vegetable, and according to the Japanese Health Ministry (厚生労働省), 2-4 servings a day are recommended. Most people who gaze upon the healthy shine of the soup and the high nutrient toppings are usually satisfied. It even cures an upset stomach (万能薬).
But some people want to make ramen even healthier. After all, the ramen diet trend is in full swing, and making a diet even more diety is always a good thing.
So what would be the perfect topping to make ramen even better for the body?
A giant stick of butter (バター).
Miso Butter Corn Ramen (味噌バターコーンラーメン)
Now that’s perfection (この上ない傑作).
And this diet advice comes from just some random good doer. Interesting name. It could catch on.
Latest posts by Adam (see all)
- Achieving Your Japanese Goals – June 2017 - 05/25/2017
- 6 Annoying Ways Japanese Courses are Advertised - 05/22/2017
- My (Girl/Boy)friend says I’m Studying the Wrong Way - 05/19/2017