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Tasty noodles, Costco style.

Nissin Cup Noodles have been around for quite some time. The version they sell in the US was cheap, but not something you’d look forward to eating. You can buy a whole case of the stuff for just a few dollars. Oh, the good ol’ days of college.

Recently, Costco came out with their Kirkland Signature Traditional Japanese Style Cup Noodles. It’s still made by Nissin, but the flavor is so much better, tasting like what you would buy in Japan (read: MSG goodness). The chicken and vegetable variety shown below has little bits of chicken, green onion, carrot, and egg, minus the spongy texture. As the label indicates this is definately a premium product, well as premium as a cup of instant Nissin noodles will get.

In Seattle, a case of 12 costs just $5.59. A little more expensive than the regular variety, but completely worth it. If you like eating this stuff, the it’s worth the $50 Costco membership!

Kirkland Signature Noodles

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