Encore Episode: The Ramen Noodle – The Wired Homeschool

While I’m on hiatus over the month of July, I’ll be presenting encore episodes of the most popular podcasts from this year. I hope you enjoy these.

If I say The Ramen Noodle you probably think about dried noodles that you boil and then season with flavorful packets of salt and other goodness. To some, however, Daniel J. Lewis is The Ramen Noodle, host of the clean-comedy podcast of the same name.

The Ramen Noodle is just one of the many entertaining and educational podcasts hosted by Daniel over at Noodle.mx, his podcasting network. There you can find a podcast that will probably tickle your taste buds. It won’t be the same as real ramen but it’s pretty close.

The complete show notes for this episode can be found in the original post.

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