Making Ramen with a Keurig Machine Makes Kitchens Obsolete
This is one of those “duh” things redundant technology has brought us, like warming pizza boxes on seat warmers in your car, or brushing your teeth with your tongue. A Keurig coffee maker, like an electric kettle, or a regular kettle, or a microwave, or a few hours in the sun, heats water for your insta-ish-coffee. So, naturally, when you leave out the coffee part, you’ve got hot water for just about anything you could imagine. Ramen, in this case, which already comes in a cup.
Pop the top, tuck it under the spout, and hit the button for a ready-made cup of Ramen from you Keurig. Because doing that mess on the stove is so 2001.
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