Soba noodles are made of buckwheat. Even though they are available all year round, they are really popular when the heat turns unbearable. Unlike pasta, soba are rinsed in cold running water. This cools them down and gets rid of excess starch, which affects the flavour of the noodles.
Dipped into a properly made sauce or soba tsuyu, there's nothing more refreshing to eat on a hot summer day.
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One of the main cold summer dishes in Japan is cold noodles.
Note: “Zaru” means basket - so these are soba served in a basket.
Product of Japan
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