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10-21-2016, 09:26 AM

I dont know why, I just can control myself when I get some Ramen or Udon because I cant stop eating it haha


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10-22-2016, 12:14 AM

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I dont know why, I just can control myself when I get some Ramen or Udon because I cant stop eating it haha
Which type of UDON do you like Western or Eastern?


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10-23-2016, 08:58 AM

ポン菓子:PON-GASHI;Pop Rice

Heating up rice in cylinder to get high temperature and high pressure, and open the cylinder to have explosion.



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11-19-2016, 09:11 AM

蕎麦:SOBA; is translated as buckwheat. But I'm not sure buckwheat is exactly the same as SOBA. Like as sometimes WASABI is translated as horseradish which is different from WASABI.

here is SOBA treated in the first stage cleaning the surface.



Then milling.



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11-19-2016, 09:45 AM

To make the SOBA noodle, Knead it first.



And cut it into noodle.



You can buy SOBA noodle in the food shop instead.


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11-19-2016, 12:55 PM

Then how can we have SOBA?

ZARU SOBA:



SOBA with Soup:



I like SOBA much more than RAMEN.


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11-20-2016, 03:46 PM

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焼きそば:YAKI-SOBA;Grilled Noodle

As shown above, YAKISOBA is very popular casual food in Japan. It is much more usual in Japanese life than RAMEN.

Why YAKISOBA is not popular for foreign people? Because YAKISOBA is very easy to cook and never failed, so Japanese people cook YAKISOBA in their home. There would be smaller market for restaurant only for YAKISOBA compared with RAMEN.

Look Japanese food Menu for YAKISOBA or grilled noodle and try YAKISOBA today!
In my country( Italy) it can be found in the supermarket something very similar to the soba it is called saikebon and it should be noodle ready to be eaten after a few minutes cooked in the microwaves ... but honestly I can't harldy say how do they taste because I've never bought them before ... maybe I could try them and then say if they are good or not.
Well the ingredients to make japanese food can be found here but ... cooking japanese food is definitely another thing. I bet is quite difficult. For a foreigner I mean.
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11-20-2016, 08:37 PM

This is what they serve in the Japanese Resto I frequent at..
(Ippudo Philippines)

https://scontent.fmnl5-1.fna.fbcdn.n...8f&oe=58B6BCA9

https://scontent.fmnl5-1.fna.fbcdn.n...2e&oe=58C2276B

https://scontent.fmnl5-1.fna.fbcdn.n...34&oe=58C0B415


Sorry, I already ate it and ruined the beautiful serving set up before my wife took a pic. Haha
https://scontent.fmnl5-1.fna.fbcdn.n...4c&oe=58C71062

I actually like everything on their menu.
I just learned that they don't serve Yakisoba ;(

From another resto (Ramen Nagi)
https://scontent.fmnl5-1.fna.fbcdn.n...c8&oe=58BB3FCF

Digging into this pics, I'm now craving for ramen. Haha
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11-21-2016, 02:12 PM

I've heard there is some food using SOBA (or Buckwheat) in Italy. Do you know about it?

Also, I've heard there is Garret in France made from buckwheat.



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11-22-2016, 03:16 PM

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I've heard there is some food using SOBA (or Buckwheat) in Italy. Do you know about it?

Also, I've heard there is Garret in France made from buckwheat.
Ah now I've learned what soba is ... in my country is called grano saraceno . We use it for many things then... from bread to pasta to cookies etc... soba is used above all to made food for people that doesn't like too much preparations with white flour and wants to eat more healthy food. Sure in France I can confirm ( I live in the North of the Country not too far from France boundaries so I went there some times )

You mean sometithing like rice cakes right ? Actually we have them too in the stalls of the supermarket with healthy foods.


Anyway the ready meal I was referred to was this one

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