Cold ramen test

One thing I have done on previous expeditions is carry a lot of Ramen. Every day I would just eat the package of Ramen raw. Sometimes I would put the powder on top to give it a little bit of salt. Though, the MSG gets a bit much after a while.


So now for the Antarctic trip, I am testing cold Ramen in cold water. I’m testing to see how long it takes to reconstitute today. That way, when I am in Antarctica, I can have water, carbs, and cover a meal.

Eating raw Ramen is simple, though I’m not exactly sure how long it takes for the energy to hit me. I felt that in Yellowstone, it took quite a while before it kicked in.

Since the ramen is now wet, hopefully it will hit my system faster, that way I do not have any energy downtime.

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