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Our ramen is actually resistant to sogginess because of the high protein. It's dried not fried, removing additional fats nobody (no body) needs or wants. In fact, we custom built our own industrial microwave to perfectly heat, steam, and remove water from our noodles, leaving them ready to quickly cook when rehydrated. 

We also make our own kansui, which gives our noodles that unsurpassable bite and chew. What is kansui, you ask? It’s alkaline water used in traditional ramen making which strengthens the gluten formations, giving noodles a chewy texture and distinctive yellow hue.

Our Naked Noods and Nanoboost are both vegan/plant-based and, to the best of our understanding, halal. However, it should be noted that they are not certified halal/kosher. Our noodles are also not gluten free or low carb, though it is often requested that we attempt to make gluten free or low carb noodles, we do not have the manufacturing capabilities needed to create this kind of product at this time.

We use special rollers instead of extruders, because all of that protein makes it difficult to work the dough. That’s why they told us we couldn’t do it. So, we designed our own production line. We do it the (very) hard way of pushing it through rollers gradually to thin the dough out for the best bite and texture. Special grooves on the initial rollers help align the protein strands and laminate the layers together. All that protein makes this process incredibly hard to do! This also means there's nothing else like this out there! 

Naked Noods are curled, because curly noodles are superior to straight noodles in so many ways! They absorb more broth in each bite than a straight nood, sending small shots of joy into your tastebuds. Curly noodles are also ideal for thicker broths because of this. The wavy shape allows more noodles to fit into a smaller package, and they are far less likely to stick to each other during cooking. Shall I go on? They cook more evenly, have better flavor and taste, and are less fragile than their stick straight cousins.