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Organic 100% Buckwheat Noodles
Organic 100% Buckwheat Noodles

Organic 100% Buckwheat Noodles

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King Soba
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  • 100% Organic
  • Wheat & Gluten Free
  • Vegan
  • Non-GMO
  • 8.8oz / 250g
  • 3 paper-tied servings per pack

Noodles are generally considered one of the most nourishing ‘fast foods’ on earth.

Our 100% Buckwheat Noodles are organic, gluten-free, naturally wheat free and non-GMO. Despite its' name, buckwheat contains no wheat, it's not even a grain.  Instead it’s a seed related to leafy vegetables like rhubarb and sorrel. It has been proven to be high in protein, fiber, and minerals such as magnesium. 

Our buckwheat flour is made with hulled buckwheat kernels, steamed and air dried to maintain the purity. The only part not used is the outer shell husk which can be hard on the digestive system, usually used for filling pillows and mattresses.

King Soba Organic 100% Buckwheat Noodles are kosher, ideal for vegetarians, vegans, celiacs or people who are wheat and gluten sensitive. Also, as a low glycemic index food, they work well in the GI (Glycemic Index) diet. Along with typical Asian style dishes, try swapping pasta for these noodles and enjoy a robust spaghetti pasta dish, that’s healthy too!

Ingredients: Organic 100% buckwheat flour.

To prepare: 
The Soaking Method (see video for both methods)
Remove the paper ties and lay the noodles in a large dish.
Carefully pour boiling water from a kettle or pot over the noodles to cover them.
Stir with a fork or chopsticks, separating the noodles gently to avoid any clumping.
Leave the noodles to sit for 8 minutes or until soft.
Drain and rinse under cold water.
Remove the paper ties around the noodle bundles.
In a medium to large pot, bring water to a rolling boil (if the pot is too small the noodles will stick together). 
Submerge the noodles and reduce the heat to medium to prevent overcooking.
Stir with a fork or chopsticks, separating the noodles gently to avoid any clumping.
Cook for 4 to 5 minutes or until they begin to soften, gently stirring occasionally. Do not overcook.
Drain in a colander under cold running water and rinse well to stop the cooking process.
Re-heat by either adding the noodles to your main ingredients, pour hot water over them or briefly microwave.

The Stove Method
Remove the paper ties around the noodle bundles.
In a medium to large pot, bring water to a rolling boil (if the pot is too small the noodles will stick together). 
Submerge the noodles and reduce the heat to medium to prevent overcooking.
Stir with a fork or chopsticks, separating the noodles gently to avoid any clumping.
Cook for 5 to 6 minutes or until they begin to soften, gently stirring occasionally. Do not overcook.
Drain in a colander under cold running water and rinse well to stop the cooking process.
Remove the paper ties around the noodle bundles.
In a medium to large pot, bring water to a rolling boil (if the pot is too small the noodles will stick together). 
Submerge the noodles and reduce the heat to medium to prevent overcooking.
Stir with a fork or chopsticks, separating the noodles gently to avoid any clumping.
Cook for 4 to 5 minutes or until they begin to soften, gently stirring occasionally. Do not overcook.
Drain in a colander under cold running water and rinse well to stop the cooking process.
Re-heat by either adding the noodles to your main ingredients, pour hot water over them or briefly microwave.

Product of China.