Ramen in a cup, or in a package? YOU decide, El Paso.

This is an age-old battle that people have been fighting their friends since high school, and it's time to finally settle it by asking the hungry people of El Paso.

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Ramen-Cup

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Built-In Bowl: a ramen cup is very simple in its delivery. Nothing else is needed other than hot water and a fork or spoon. The container is included!
Peas, Corn, and Carrots: ramen cups almost always come with diced-up bits of carrots, peas, and corn.
*Texture: this provides for an excellent contrast to the squishy noodles, and makes for an overall better dining experience.
*Fiber: these bits of corn, peas, and carrots will help you stay regular!
*Health Excuse: also when people say ramen cups aren't healthy, at least you can point to the vegetables. Cough. Cough.
No Seasoning Packet: the ramen seasoning comes pre-added to the cup so you don't have to worry about making sure you get every last bit of that MSG goodness out of the seasoning packet.


Ramen-Package

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Microwavable: the downside to ramen cups is they can't be microwaved. People are often in situations where the only way to get hot water is to microwave it. That's where packaged ramen really shines.
Flavor Variety: ramen packages come in a lot more varieties than ramen cups do.
Seasoning Control: some people think the delicious MSG goodness can be a little bit too much, which is why they prefer having a seasoning packet that they can control.

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Everyone, to each their own, but it's time to SETTLE this battle once and for all by asking, YOU, the people of El Paso, to decide the winner, by participating in the POLL below:


 


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