100% Buckwheat Soba Noodles (Organic, Gluten Free) - 200g

100% Buckwheat Soba Noodles (Organic, Gluten Free) - 200g

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Mitoku Soba Noodles (100% Buckwheat , Gluten Free, Organic) - 200g

 

 

Normally soba noodles are made from 40-80 percent buckwheat flour with the remainder being unbleached white flour. However, these Mitoku hard to find soba noodles, are 100% buckwheat and are a salt-free, hearty, delicious, wheat free noodle

 

Soba, Japanese buckwheat noodles are the traditional Japanese fast food, developed centuries ago as the perfect instant meal. Like many of Japan's traditional foods, behind its image of utter simplicity, soba has been a tradition for centuries steeped in the lore of regional areas. Sakurai Noodle Company is located in Nagano, the heart of the land once known as Shinano, and recognized widely as the "home of soba."

 

There is research to indicate that Buckwheat has substantial health benefits as a regular part of a diet, these include:

  • Buckwheat is very high in protein which has all of the amino acids essential for good health. 
  • Buckwheat protein has also been shown to reduce cholesterol levels by absorbing Cholesterol in your small intestine.
  • Buckwheat may have some value for diabetics as some studies on rats have shown that Buckwheat reduces blood glucose levels by as much as 12-19%
  • Buckwheat is a naturally high in dietary fibre
  • Buckwheat is naturally high in lecithin

 

Ingredients: Organic Buckwheat Flour

 

Soba, Japanese buckwheat noodles are the traditional Japanese fast food, developed centuries ago as the perfect instant meal. Like many of Japan's traditional foods, behind its image of utter simplicity, soba has been a tradition for centuries steeped in the lore of regional areas. Sakurai Noodle Company is located in Nagano, the heart of the land once known as Shinano, and recognized widely as the "home of soba."

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