List of instant foods

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A cup of roasted beef and ramen instant noodles

This is a list of instant foods. In contemporary times, instant foods can be defined as foods that provide convenience to consumers and assists in reducing "the time of preparation/cooking and drudgery", whereby no more than five minutes of time is required from the time of food preparation to the food being consumed.[1] Some instant foods include food products that involve the dissolving of a powder in hot water, or the dilution of a concentrated stock solution, such as occurs with condensed soup.[2] The category of "ultra-instant food" comprises instant foods that require less than one minute of time to prepare, such as instant tea.[1] Some instant foods are prepared using freeze-drying.[3][4]

Instant foods[edit]

Instant rice – pictured is a microwaveable brown rice

Beverages[edit]

A cup of hot Milo
Various reconstituted instant teas

Rations[edit]

Contents of a Meal, Ready-to-Eat package

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