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Re: Japanese"Soba"

Post by icekoori » Wed Jan 16, 2008 10:00 am

May be I know the "soba" .It's a kind of noodle? :D
I'm interested in how you eat them.. :wink:
In china we call the"soba" as "qiao mai mian".. It may be cooked by boiling ~ :P
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Re: Japanese"Soba"

Post by kuyumi » Mon Mar 03, 2008 10:43 pm

i like japanese noodles ,i think them are very nice

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Re: Japanese"Soba"

Post by paurive » Thu Apr 10, 2008 12:11 am

Hi Kousuke

I do not know what is! But you think that it can obtain it in some restaurant in Costa Rica? I am of this country and this food is very common here! Think that Soba "in a restaurant can request" and me they serve it? Me you recommend it? I would like much to begin to eat different things and I would like that people as you she recommends different meals to me Thanks

Kousuke wrote:I am Japanese highschoolstudent.I like Soba very much.

Soba,buckwheatnodles,is japanese traditional noodlesfood.

It is made from plant which is called buckwheat.

Soba lookslike ramen and udon but it has the highest nutritive value.

There is a crepe made from Soba.

Do you know it?

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Re: Japanese"Soba"

Post by Qoo » Wed May 28, 2008 9:02 am

Is it the same thing with yaki soba ?

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Re: Japanese"Soba"

Post by MissLT » Sat Jun 07, 2008 9:24 pm

I love soba. We had it for breakfast during our family camping trip last time.

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