EDIT: I should have specified that this applies to certain brands (Nissin Top Ramen). There are "chicken looking" meat substitutes our there, but we all know they don't actually taste like chicken and I for one don't want them to. I still don't, 10 1/2 years later. If you love those ramen noodles, I'd definitely recommend checking out an international food market. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1435413727, 'flavoured' and 'flavour' have very different meanings - for example, chicken. I assume you're in Yeldegirmeni, the deniz otel, or else you're on the other side of rihtim back near moda. Depends on where you're getting it. To me "artificial" means "not real", AKA nothing with feathers involved ... but I am still amazed that there are inorganic apples, so what do I know? Simply click here to return to Your Vegan Questions. If you're in the Asian grocery, pick yourself up some mock duck to go with that ramen. It really put me off because I didn't not want anything to taste just like actual flesh. Of course these definitions may not apply outside the Uk. Depends on where you're getting it. something i enjoy eating that takes place of the ramen noodle type food is the annie chang's udon noodles, there are a few varieties that are vegan. GhostUser is offline Quote Quick Reply #15 Old 02-18-2010, 07:03 PM. by Samantha It's easy to do. Therefore, artificial chicken flavor cannot be assumed to be vegan all of the time. So no, you aren't the only one that feels that way! VeggieBoards - A Vegetarian & Vegan Community, The following errors occurred with your submission. We get the dried noodles found in the Asian section of our regular grocery store (rice noodles, etc), with no egg (vegan and allergic to egg) and use a vegetable boullion base. Disclaimer: Everything in this website is based upon information collected by Cathleen Woods, from a variety of sources. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. So what I was wondering was, even though it says artificial does artificial beef still have beef or some form of meat in it? As an Amazon Affiliate I earn from qualifying purchases. I always wanted to do something with a true impact on society. Well I'm in a hotel room in Istanbul, I think there's a packet of instant coffee on the dresser, but that's about it as far as seasonings go. Join in and write your own page! lactose or eggs) then it is … Hahah. In accordance with the invention, an artificial chicken flavor composition is provided which is capable of developing the flavor of chicken when heated in the presence of water for from five to ten minutes at temperatures within the range from about 60 to about 90 C. Thank you! There are vegetarian options out there. If it's from an Asian grocery, it may actually be fake "chicken" (the Asian groceries will have many faux meat flavors) but any mainstream brand (I'm talking Manchuran, Nisan, etc) will not be, with the SOMETIMES exception of the "oriental" flavor. New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the AskCulinary community. Those artificial meat flavorings do have meat in them, or at least a meat by-product. As others have pointed out, if the product only contains the words “artificial flavor” on the packaging with no mention of “natural flavor” or animal ingredients (ex. In the UK, the words 'flavoured' and 'flavour' have very different meanings - for example, chicken flavoured derives its flavour only from a real chicken, but chicken flavour  is synthetically flavoured chicken. Since deciding to go Vegetarian, I have been put off even animal flavoured products ie: Chicken Crisps, Chicken spices and so on ... the only time you can trust that chicken flavour is not animal derived is when the ingredient list states "artificial chicken flavour". Unless you're way out in the stix, in which case i cant help. There's a looooooot of other Ramen out there. Join in and write your own page! As far as I know, the only US grocery store ramen that's veg is Maruchan Oriental flavor. Thank you! For the best viewing experience please update your browser to. Read the package label. If it's only written "Artificial Flavor", it means no real meat was used and the powder mostly only have salt, some dried vegetables (such as onion as they push the flavor further) and some chemical proteins that were made out of oils such as palm oil, some nuts' oil and even yeast. When I first became a vegetarian, I tried the veggie bologna or something along those lines, and it tasted just like 'actual' salami. So yum. If it's from an Asian grocery, it may actually be fake "chicken" (the Asian groceries will have many faux meat flavors) but any mainstream brand (I'm talking Manchuran, Nisan, etc) will not be, with the SOMETIMES exception of the "oriental" flavor. Press J to jump to the feed. It has to be the Top Ramen brand though! ^^ and by that point...what are you really eating, anyway? They often have tons of different types of rice and bean noodles that I love. (For example, there might be X mg of actual dried meat in Y grams of seasonings.). How? Check the ingredients on the packaging if you're not sure. Just toss the packet and add your own seasoning (soy sauce and/or veggie boullion). And a lot of ramen has beef flavoring in it and I stay away from those. RC's answer is helpful. FTC Disclosure: If you make a purchase through a link on this site, I may receive a small commission on the transaction - at no added cost to you. But I also see some that say ARTIFICIAL beef flavoring. If you make a purchase through a link on this site, I may receive a small commission on the transaction - at no added cost to you. Umm haha I'm on the Asian side of Istanbul does that count? There’s not a definitive answer to this question because it’s relative to how it was produced, which isn’t regulated at all. https://www.nissinfoods.com/faqs.php. How? Another option is Mucver (kind of like latkes) it'll have eggs though. Usually, it'll say something like chicken broth if that's what it is. What is the brand? Please enter a password for your user account. For Nissin brand, only the Oriental and Chili flavors are vegetarian. If you do not want to register, fill this field only and the name will be used as user name for your post. (Manassas, VA). gluten, peanut and the like. Since the base ingredients like tofu can take on whatever flavor you cook with it, choose the same spices and herbs as you would for a chicken dish. Answer:This is an interesting question that I never stopped to think about... are artificial meat flavorings vegan?I did a little research and unfortunately, it seems you are out of luck. I'm pretty sure from what vegetarian/vegan friends have told me the oriental flavor is the only veg-friendly one. That was a good question. You can sometimes even find vegan meat flavorings, and they will be labeled as such. I don't want anything to taste like chicken. Should include the ingredients of the packet. /r/AskCulinary provides expert guidance for your specific cooking problems to help people of all skill levels become better cooks, to increase understanding of cooking, and to share valuable culinary knowledge. With those flavorings and the noodles, it's pretty easy to put together your own ramen noodles.You might also like to try adding those noodles to some miso broth, which can be super healthy for you if you use a brand that is made of just miso paste.


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