- Country of Origin: Australian Produce
Soba is Japanese for buckwheat, which is a nutritious, grain-like seed that’s gluten-free and despite its name - unrelated to wheat. You’ll often find them to contain wheat flour, allowing for the noodles to hold together efficiently.
Soba noodles can be eaten either cold or hot. Hot ones are usually served in a bowl of steaming broth, with the side dishes placed in a soup or on a separate plate while cold ones are eaten by dipping them into a small bowl of sauce known as tsuyu.
Hot cooking tip: Soba thrives with space, so make sure to leave ample room for the cooking noodles to swirl around the pot freely so that they don’t tangle into a sticky mess.
If you’ve never tried cooking with soba noodles… this is your sign to!
Product of Japan
(Typical analysis per 100g)
Fat Total 1.8g
- Saturated 1.1g
- Sugars 0 g
Organic Wheat Flour, Organic Buckwheat flour, Salt, Water
Packaged in a facility that processes peanuts, wheat and milk products
Store item in an airtight container in a cool dry place.
Up to 12 months if stored correctly. See label for Best Before date.