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Eggs served in ramen are typically soft-boiled — marinated, creamy and cooked for about six-and-half-minutes in boiling water. Assistants carefully slice each egg with a thread and place the halves in each bowl (this process also helps explain why those lines get so long).


Monica Campbell

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