Rah! Rah! Ramen Press Release

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Rah! Rah! Ramen
by Sara Childs

Paperback ISBN: 978-0-9898036-1-8 or
eBook ISBN: 978-0-9898036-3-2
128 Print pages
53 Recipes with full color photos

Interactive Direct Publishing
New York
Fast, easy, cheap, good, healthy microwave cooking. Rah! Rah! Ramen has been microwave tested and approved for use in the dorm, frat house, sorority or kitchen remodelling zone. So simple even a nerd can do it. So cheap even an art student can afford it. So fast there is no excuse for not handing in class assignments or serving a healthy meal.
Perfect for those without a stove, budget or time, to cook and eat an interesting meal. 53 recipes, each photographed with an iPhone to ensure palatability and how it should look before being consumed and a few guiding words before cooking with a microwave and this book. Better yet, it’s available in digital format. Easy to find on a smart phone or tablet and even better, hard to loose or misplace. No excuse for not eating while doing that all-nighter cram session.
With a few simple ingredients, a few minutes and a microwave, meals, including dessert, are ready to eat. A valuable alternative to “fast food,” cheaper and healthier too! 53 recipes, kitchen-tested with easy to follow instructions. Perfect for the starving student or just a fast, easy meal.
Ramen is inexpensive and using a microwave oven is faster than standing in line to order a fast food burger. Ramen has almost half the calories of a popular fast food chicken sandwich, less than a third of the calories of a reuben sandwich and has less than a quarter of the fat and a third of the calories of deep fried xcrispy chicken tenders.
It’s high in carbohydrates and if you use the flavor packet, fat and sodium. BUT… the up side is, ramen has fewer calories than many fast foods. But ramen noodles can be more than a super fast microwavable carbohydrate meal. If you discard the flavor packet, add a can of stewed tomatoes, some Italian herbs, powdered garlic and dried onion flakes you’ve created Ramen Marinara in 5 to 7 minutes or try Ramen in Red Clam Sauce, the prep and cooking time is 7 to 10 minutes.
Ramen is one of the cheapest foods in the supermarket and with imagination can be a versatile staple in your cuisine. Rah! Rah! Ramen recipes will add flavor and variety for a super fast, super-cheap, super-good meal.
Ramen is a staple in American student cuisine. If you’re a full-time college student, money and time are major issues. Ramen is cheap and with a microwave oven super fast to prepare.
Ramen is high in carbohydrates and if you use the flavor packet, fat and sodium. BUT… the up side is, ramen has fewer calories than many fast foods. Ramen is less expensive and using a microwave oven is faster than standing in line and ordering fast food burger. Ramen has almost half the calories of a popular fast food chicken sandwich, less than a third of the calories of a reuben sandwich. Ramen has less than a quarter of the fat and a third of the calories of deep fried xcrispy chicken tenders.
Ramen noodles can be more than a super fast microwavable carbohydrate meal. If you discard the flavor packet, add a can of stewed tomatoes, some Italian herbs, powdered garlic and dried onion flakes you’ve created Ramen Marinara in 5 to 7 minutes or try Ramen in Red Clam Sauce, the prep and cooking time is 7 to 10 minutes. Ramen is one of the cheapest foods in the supermarket and with imagination can be a versatile staple in your college cuisine. Rah! Rah! Ramen recipes will add flavor and variety to a super fast, super cheap meal.

All photographs were taken with an Apple iPhone and given a little help in Adobe photoshop.
Available now on Nook, Kindle and iBooks. Printed edition will be available in June 2014

For more information, or to download a sample ebook go to interactivedirect.net or email: sarachilds (at) interactivedirect.net For higher resolution, printable images please contact us for a downloadable link.

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