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Noodles of hard winter and spring wheat, whole buckwheat flour, and a bit of sea salt. Tanaka family traditionally made as they've been doing it since 1906. Warming, energizing, excellent winter fare, but satisfying in any season served hot or chilled. Versatile for stir-fries, salads, and with dashi - shoyu soy sauce kombu broth, or simply dip in or drizzle with EDEN Ponzu sauce. They provide healthy fiber, protein, complex carbs, and iron. Buckwheat is the best source of the important flavonoid rutin.
EDEN Soba is a good source of dietary fiber, protein, and iron. It is low fat and saturated fat and cholesterol free. Buckwheat is the best source of the important flavonoid rutin.
EDEN Soba is warming, energizing, excellent winter fare, but satisfying in any season served hot or chilled. It is versatile for stir-fries, salads, and with dashi - shoyu soy sauce kombu broth, or simply dip in or drizzle with EDEN Ponzu sauce. Use as you would any pasta in soups, salads, with your favorite sauce. It cooks in 7 to 10 minutes. Do not add salt to the cooking water. Unlike EDEN Organic Soba and Udon, these traditional Japanese noodles are made with sea salt.
Ingredients: Whole buckwheat flour
SOBAYA is a Canadian company located in Cowansville, Québec. The inspirational SOBAYA story started in 1983 when Jacques Petit, a teacher of physical education and Zen meditation, visited Japan to study with the Masters. While there, he discovered the joy of eating fresh, hand-made soba noodles every day. In 1985, Jacques traveled again to Japan, but this time for the study of soba. Apprenticed in a traditional Japanese noodle shop or "sobaya” in the heart of Tokyo, he learned the art of making soba and udon. Returning to Montreal, he started his own pasta company, which he named SOBAYA in recognition of the Japanese tradition. Now, SOBAYA produces some of the finest Japanese-style pasta made anywhere in the world.