Eden Foods Buckwheat Soba Pasta - 8 oz.

Eden Foods Buckwheat Soba Pasta - 8 oz.

5.0 15 $112.10 - $223.91
Eden Foods Buckwheat Soba - 8 oz. Eden Foods Buckwheat Soba is 100% whole grain noodles with a rich, warming flavor. Eden Foods Buckwheat Soba is traditionally made in Japan and patiently two-step dried into a delicious and easy way to enjoy the flavor and exceptional health benefit of buckwheat. Soba is Japanese for buckwheat. In Japan, 100% pure Buckwheat Soba is called 'kiko uchi'. Whole buckwheat is stone ground into flour then added to a mixer with pure water to form a dough. A slow mixing process ensures the best texture and flavor. A series of rollers gradually presses the dough into thin sheets that are cut into long strands and hung on poles in a drying room for about 40 hours. Noodles are then hand cut to length and finish air drying before packaging. Buckwheat - Not WheatCommonly people avoid buckwheat in the mistaken belief that it's a type of wheat. Despite the name, buckwheat is not wheat and is not related to wheat. Its old northern European name was "beech wheat" in reference to its small, black, triangular seeds that although much smaller, resemble beech nuts of a beech tree. From "beech wheat" came the Dutch name "boecweite" or "boekweite": 'boek' meaning beech and 'weite' meaning wheat. After Dutch settlers introduced "boecweite" to colonial America, it gradually became known as 'buckwheat'. Historical Fagopyrum esculentum is a hardy wild, broad leaf plant crop, and not a grass. It belongs to the Polygonaceae or buckwheat family and is not a member of the cereal grain or Gramineae family. The fruit seed of the buckwheat plant has long been valued as important food in the East and West. It originated in the Lake Baikal area of Siberia, in the Himalayas, and Manchuria. Buckwheat was cultivated and eaten in China before being adopted throughout Asia and Europe. It has been a staple food in Russia and central Europe for centuries where it's best known as 'kasha.
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Wize Bottom Line: If you're allergic to wheat products, it can sometimes be difficult to find satisfying alternatives. For those who have tried [PRODUCT_NAME], they've found it. Reviewers say these noodles taste great in stir fries and even chicken noodle soup. Many users say it's hard to get noodles without wheat, so they use this brand again and again. They plan to cook with this product for years to come.[...]
 
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35 People Reviewed Eden Foods Buckwheat Soba Pasta
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88% of Reviewers recommended this product.

If you're allergic to wheat products, it can sometimes be difficult to find satisfying alternatives. For those who have tried [PRODUCT_NAME], they've found it. Reviewers say these noodles taste great in stir fries and even chicken noodle soup. Many users say it's hard to get noodles without wheat, so they use this brand again and again. They plan to cook with this product for years to come.
 
Iherb.com , Apr 21, 2011
great product
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100% buckwheat-love it!
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Iherb.com by Ruxandra Niculescu, Oct 17, 2010
Tasty!
"...I didn't have super high hopes for this but it actually ended up being pretty tasty!
We made some garlic beef and broccoli and served it over the soba noodles and it was delish :)
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Iherb.com , Apr 20, 2011
Delicious!
"...I love this covered with a spicy organic tomato sauce.
Buckwheat is a healthy alternative to wheat - a necessary alternative for me as I can't eat wheat.
Cook it for the 8 minutes recommended, and rinse it briefly with cool water, otherwise you'll have to contend with a sticky ball of noodles...."
 
Iherb.com , Feb 25, 2011
FINALLY!!!!!!!
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I've been looking all over to find this soba noodle made 100% with buckwheat!
FINALLY!!!..."
 
Iherb.com , Jul 3, 2011
Wonderful
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Served as a side for salmon and was very good.
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Iherb.com , Apr 3, 2011
Eden Foods, Selected, Buckwheat Soba, 8 oz (227 g)
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Tastes good, but it doesn't try to act as a substitute for wheat pasta.
Flavor is reminiscent of rice noodles...."
 
Iherb.com , Aug 22, 2011
Delicious
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Though I wish it were cheaper, it's worth the price.
Just be sure to rise after cooking, as the label says...."
 
Vitacost.com by Kalidancer, May 27, 2012
all buckwheat
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ALL BUCKWHEAT!
(no wheat included like many brands of soba)...."
 
Vitacost.com by silvie, Mar 28, 2011
Best soba
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Excellent taste, but expensive.
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Vitacost.com by ColdNovember, Jul 2, 2012
Expensive, but 100% buckwheat
"...I am on a special diet and the selection of flours that I can have is very limited.
Buckwheat is one of the flours allowed.
These are the only noodles that I can find that are made from 100% buckwheat...."
 
Vitacost.com by MAC8, Feb 11, 2008
Wheat-free soba noodles
"...I had to sign up to counteract the first review.
These are the only wheat-free soba noodles I have found.
I have used them for years and love them...."
 
Vitacost.com by azil, Sep 26, 2011
Pricey but body is grateful
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I have been eating this brand for years.
Though the noodles are expensive once in a while a healthy meal is worth it...."
 
Vitacost.com by Jeno1, Jul 29, 2012
Great gluten free pasta
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Tastes great.
My daughter loves it with sauce and she is a picky eater...."
 
Vitacost.com by MrKen, Mar 15, 2011
One of the best
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There is really no point in buying soba containing wheat.
The only soba worth eating is all buckwheat...."
 
Vitacost.com by writerlyn47, Jul 22, 2012
Awesome Gluten Free Product
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This product is tasty and easy to use with any regular pasta recipes...the beauty of it is that it is totally gluten-free!
I highly recommend it for people needing alternatives to gluten pasta...."
 
 
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