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Cold Soba Noodles Tray (Black)
$5.60 inc. GST
Soba and udon are two types of Japanese noodles that are extremely popular. They come in a variety of flavours and can be eaten hot or cold, and there are many different variations in different parts of Japan.
- Colour: Black
- Tray Size: 190x190mm
- Finish: Plastic Lacquerware
- Made in: Japan
This Cold Soba Noodle Tray keepa your soba noodles fresh and can also be used for a variety of other Japanese inspired dishes The plastic mats are easy to clean, simply soak warm soapy water and wash with soft damp cloth.
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Soba is thought to have originated in China and arrived in Japan at the end of the Jomon period (10,000 BC to 300 BC). There are also records of buckwheat flour, which is used to make soba noodles, being farmed to aid in the fight against famine during the Nara period (710 to 794). Buckwheat is a nutrient-dense grain that is particularly high in vitamin B. The flour obtained by extracting the grain’s insides is white, but if the skin is also employed, the flour has a distinct flavour and takes on a greyish hue. This type of flour is commonly used to manufacture the popular soba noodles.
Katachiware tableware is known for its beauty and unique design, and proper maintenance and cleaning can help to ensure that the products that you purchase remain in good condition for a long time. In the following link we provide you with basic instructions on how to clean and maintain your Japanese style tableware. We will cover cleaning instructions for melamine products, ABS products with a painted finish, wooden products with a Urushi finish, ceramic items, and cast iron. Read more here: Product Care
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