Chuka Soba Noodles

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Long dried Japanese noodles made from wheat flour or buckwheat and wheat flour that are combined into a web of intertwined noodles. They have a mild flavor and are fine textured. Most often packaged in brick form, similar to ramen noodles, chuka soba noodles are much lower in fat than ramen noodles because they are not fried in oil as ramen noodles are before they are dried. However, they are often used as a substitute for ramen noodles. Chuka soba noodles cooke quickley and are often used in soups, main dishes and stir-fried dishes.

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