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Ramen Noodles On A Plate

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Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 13, 2018 01:21PM
If you do not want to boil water on a stove top or simmer water in a microwave, then this is even quicker. Take a Ramen Noodle block and wet it thoroughly, but do not soak it. I rinse it under the faucet for a few seconds. Then, I place the wet but not soggy Ramen on a plate and drizzle it with either hot sauce or soy sauce (I save the flavor packet). After being microwaved on high for 35-45 seconds, the block of Ramen Noodles becomes like a soft flavorful cracker. If you use the flavor packet, it makes the noodles too dry and salty.
Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 13, 2018 01:41PM
I would definitely rather spend more time to boil water than to use microwave.
My personal preference.. I strongly encourage everyone to avoid
any kind of radiated foods, including some types of vegetables or spices
that are being commonly x-ray -ed.. There is a lot of reading on the internet..
Stuff like cinnamon / to meet hygienic standard,
brocoli / if it never gets brownish after weeks - was irradiated,
potatoes / to prevent germination, etc..

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Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 14, 2018 01:39PM
Why should people not eat that food JSCT? Need something less vague than read about it on the internet from yourself. Also a microwave is different from an x-ray and you are exposed to them any time you use a cellphone.
Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 14, 2018 02:50PM
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Old Spice
Why should people not eat that food JSCT? Need something less vague than read about it on the internet from yourself. Also a microwave is different from an x-ray

Yes, microwaves are of course different from an x-rays. I just have mentioned
them because they are also an electromagnetic waves and as well unhealthy
enough to be avoided whenever possible. Also mentioned it because most people
dont have a clue that many foods are commonly x-rayed so wanted to give examples.

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Old Spice
and you are exposed to them any time you use a cellphone.

Exactly, so why to damage more body cells by more electromagnetic radiation
and why make food less healthy by microwave than it normally is ?

Vitaimins, organic acids like vitamin C, enzymes, etc.. are destroyed quite easily
by microwaves.. Have any doubts that the microwave heated / cooked food is less
nutritinally valuable than just heated / cooked by thermal transfer.. ?

Feel free to read something less vague on the internet but maybe switch of your
wifi router when u dont really use it or when you sleep..
Because why dont do things better, why dont eat better food, be more healthy,
and eventually why dont use better knives ? cool smiley

I worked 6y in aviation and cosmic radiation is not the only long time health threat,
but the powerful radar antennas at the airports as well contribute greatly to
electro-magnetic contamination of the area. Radiation is the main reason
why ICAO limits max amount of flight hours per year for pilots/onbard crew.

I used to know a truck driver being on the phone plenty of time
on his long routes, but he "vaguely" died from brain cancer..

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Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 14, 2018 02:51PM
I like ramen tho, It is a nice soup smiling smiley

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Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 14, 2018 03:44PM
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JSCT
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Old Spice
Why should people not eat that food JSCT? Need something less vague than read about it on the internet from yourself. Also a microwave is different from an x-ray

Yes, microwaves are of course different from an x-rays. I just have mentioned
them because they are also an electromagnetic waves and as well unhealthy
enough to be avoided whenever possible. Also mentioned it because most people
dont have a clue that many foods are commonly x-rayed so wanted to give examples.

Can you explain the difference between ionizing and non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation and what makes them dangerous. People are exposed to a large spectrum of electromagnetic waves, which ones are dangerous and which are not? Additionally food is exposed naturally to a large spectrum of electromagnetic waves before being processed. What impact does that have on the foods nutritional quality.

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JSCT
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Old Spice
and you are exposed to them any time you use a cellphone.

Exactly, so why to damage more body cells by more electromagnetic radiation
and why make food less healthy by microwave than it normally is ?

Please provide a body of published peer reviewed evidence that electromagnetic radiation at the levels and rates emitted by cellphones is dangerous.

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JSCT
Vitaimins, organic acids like vitamin C, enzymes, etc.. are destroyed quite easily
by microwaves.. Have any doubts that the microwave heated / cooked food is less
nutritinally valuable than just heated / cooked by thermal transfer.. ?

Again provide a body of published peer reviewed evidence that supports this. Are those vitamin C, enzymes, etc. you claim are destroyed by microwaves pure isolated samples of the chemical. Or is food analyzed for nutritional content before and after being microwaved. Does cooking food by traditional means show similar or no degradation of nutritional value?

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JSCT
Feel free to read something less vague on the internet but maybe switch of your
wifi router when u dont really use it or when you sleep..
Because why dont do things better, why dont eat better food, be more healthy,
and eventually why dont use better knives ? cool smiley

When claiming that something is better means you have to support it with evidence, at least if you are going argue with scientists. I have no objection to doing things better. I do require that evidence clearly shows it to be better. Again I'm asking you for evidence supporting your claims. The burden to do so is on you not me, since you are making the claims.

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JSCT
I worked 6y in aviation and cosmic radiation is not the only long time health threat,
but the powerful radar antennas at the airports as well contribute greatly to
electro-magnetic contamination of the area. Radiation is the main reason
why ICAO limits max amount of flight hours per year for pilots/onbard crew.

Emission levels and shielding present in those circumstances are different than what people are exposed to when using a cellphone or microwaving their food. Radar uses several orders of magnitude more power than a home use microwave oven. Additionally it does not comment on what impact electromagnetic radiation has on the nutritional quality of food

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JSCT
I used to know a truck driver being on the phone plenty of time
on his long routes, but he "vaguely" died from brain cancer..

This is anecdotal and not proof or evidence which supports your claims.
Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 15, 2018 01:38PM
(RFL - sorry for what I have started eye popping smiley )

Sorry OldSpice, I dont feel like to explain everything you require, its easily to be found on the web
and yes as I analyze radar data for the living I ensure you I understand the difference
between α, β, γ / x-rays (ionizing) and the rest of e-m spectrum (visible light, ir, mw, radio.... )

I must admit that the claims I formulated werent based on a proper studies.
I ve read lower liked papers long ago and didnt remember the findings correctly.
After time somehow my imagination added the effect of more rapid reduction
in vitamin contents by microwaves compared to convetional cooking.

I went throught few papers measuring the nutrients reduction and surprisingly found out mw was
not worse (depends the substance and type of food) compared with traditional cooking methods.
Perhaps the molecule was still there after mw.. there was no further
research if the body can actually utilize it and if the mollecule
wasnt damaged by any other way.. (shouldnt it be an actual objective ?!)

So went further and searched again for the effect of microwave food on human body
and on the whole internet I ve found only this:

microwaving human milk

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Heating blood in this manner destroys the red blood cells, resulting in "gross hemolysis" of the blood, releasing large amounts of potassium. Excessive potassium, when introduced into the body, is often fatal. The practice of warming Intravenous (IV) fluids, other than blood, in the microwave was an accepted practice at Hillcrest Medical Center, as reflected in its written procedures.
- The court case - dead patient by getting blood heated in microwave

1992 journal paper - german

This is the only paper I found to exist that tested microwaved food effects on people
and they were clearly negative. Surprising to me is that no more research
on humans health was done / published perhaps it is widely used.

How many cell phones need to be ringing close to someones head to increase
the brain temperature by 1Celsius lets say by 5 minute long call time ?

If we know something is harmful in higher amounts in lower amounts
it will less likely become harmless, just damage is harder to measure / observe..
Some frequencies are around longer than others so we are adapted to them.
I would definitely dont compare it to sun light (including UV) and cosmic radiation
at normal altitudes lets say from sea level to 2000 meters above sea lvl despite
those are ionizing and mw is non-ionizing.
Other than that microwaves interfere with some brain / neural functions as well.
(search) Do you know a single study on mw cooked food fed humans showing
not decrease of performance / worsening of health ?

EDIT:
Shouldnt it be the other way round ? To start processing the food the certain
way after it is scientifically proved to be safe and beneficial for health ?

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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/15/2018 01:45PM by JSCT.
Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 15, 2018 04:15PM
I will do a database search and see what comes up for mw cooked food and if effects on health when I get back tonight. I would expect more studies done on animals than humans though.
Re: Ramen Noodles On A Plate
October 16, 2018 12:18PM
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Old Spice
I will do a database search and see what comes up for mw cooked food and if effects on health when I get back tonight. I would expect more studies done on animals than humans though.

If you know about some more please share them, I by no means try to pretend that I must be right.
Perhaps from pragmatic point of view If it comes to something so critical to health as food
I would rather stay with better known and by tens of thousands of years proved to be safe technology.
(unless you burn, overcook the food of course)

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