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Soba Noodle ☆ そば打ち動画〜十割そば・生粉打ち〜 by Peaceful Cuisine ☆ Ryoya:


Soba means buckwheat, so soba noodle is buckwheat noodle.
Soda is Japanese traditional food. and I think making soba noodle is one of the most difficult thing to master.

please note, Don’t try this recipe. lol

to make 100% soba noodle, You’ll need stone ground and really fresh buckwheat flour. I think it is almost impossible to get such buckwheat flour outside of Japan.

When you come to Japan, go to soba restaurant where serves 100% buckwheat noodles(it’s called “Ju-wari soba”).

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Shared: Recipe of the Week: Crimson and Clover Lager


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Here’s an all-grain recipe for a session beer using Briess Ashburne® Mild Malt. This unique base/specialty malt gets its name from the traditional English Mild Ale beer style. Amanda Baltazar penned an interesting article about this style in 2011, The Magic of Mild, for All About Beer. It’s a good read. Some home brewers may be […]

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