Well when I bought the Mandarin Broccoli noodles I also bought some Sesame Miso noodles as well. I was kinda getting hungry around lunch time, so I thought to myself “you know the Mandarin Broccoli noodles couldn’t have been that bad... maybe it was just a bad flavor, I’ll give the Sesame Miso noodles a try.” So without regards to my previous warnings, I went ahead and made it for lunch.
After pouring the hot water into the cup I let it sit for a couple of minutes like you are supposed to. This time I was rewarded with good smells, well actually it just smelled like normal ramen, but compared to last time it smelt great. So after waiting for the noodles to rehydrate I opened it up.
“Screw that!” I said out loud, as I saw the top of the noodles covered with blue (!?!) chunks of something. It wasn’t mold, and as far as I can tell they were meant to be in there.
If there is one thing I have learned about food it is that blue is not a color any natural food. Red, yes. Purple, eh sometimes. Blue, no. There was no way I was going to eat that stuff. So what did I have for lunch?
That’s right, frozen leftover Pizza Hut pizza, yeah baby! There aren’t any blue chunks in that stuff.