The author, who loves salt ramen, is upset by this. I was just upset. However, Fujiwara Seimen is not upset. On the contrary, they have already responded to these demands. That is the "two-night-dried ramen" that I will introduce today.
Like the white bear ramen, this "two-night dried ramen" noodle is made by drying raw noodles over two days. In other words, you can enjoy the same deliciousness as white bear ramen when it comes to noodles.
But there are two differences. The first difference is that you can enjoy the "soy sauce" and "miso" flavors. Even those who say that they are not good at salt ramen will be satisfied with this.
The other is a package. Compared to white bear ramen, it's quite normal. Polar bear has not appeared. But this seems unavoidable.
Polar bears live in the salty "salt" sea. That's why it seems that it was "salt" ramen. What if the polar bear gets into the "soy sauce" or "miso" color? It's no longer a polar bear, but a "brown bear."
White bear ramen was quite difficult to obtain. However, it seems that "Two-night-dried ramen" has been on sale at supermarkets nationwide since August 20, 2012. The price is around 150 yen, which is a little more reasonable than the white bear ramen. It is recommended!