Noodles are produced of the unleavened dough that is rolled flat and then cut into long strips or strings. The oldest evidence of their consumption dates back to 4,000 years ago in China. 

To cook noodles, you have to place them into the boiling water and add some salt. Sometimes they can be deep-fried or pan-fried. To make them more delicious, you have to cook sauce or put them into the soup. It is a staple food in lots of cultures. Therefore, there are Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Filipino noodles. 

There are thousands of varieties of noodles available in the market today. It depends on their classification, seasoning gravy, shape, size, cooking craft, etc. People all over the world consider them a highly popular dish. Before the 1950s, when an automatic noodle was invented, they were made with four steps:

Fresh – consumed within 24 hours of manufacture because of their quick discoloration. If stored under refrigeration, they could be stored up to 3 days. 

Dried – when the noodles are only produced and are the dough is fresh, they should be dried by the sunlight or in a chamber. 

Boiled – once they are ready for consumption, they should be rinsed in cold water, then Steamed – to prepare steamed noodles, they are put in a steamer and softened with water via rinsing.

The development of the food industry and the industrial revolution realized the transition of handmade or handicraft industry to mass production with the help of specialized equipment and machinery. With the invention of machinery producing, noodle industry has also significantly changed. As a result, we have a wide assortment of different noodles for sale. At our store, you can easily order noodles online to prepare your favorite dish!

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