I spent years eating ramen, some good, some bad, but mostly ramen that was just ok. Ramen kept me me from going hungry but there was something missing; something satisfying. So, I started trying to make ramen that was more hearty , more filling. I added peanut butter and honey to one recipe and eggs and bacon to another. I had some good times with ramen. Over the years I settled on a recipe that I made one night. It’s hearty and filling and, most importantly, it can be adapted into almost any preference. Today, let’s make Kevin’s Famous Ramen!
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