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Known for its nutty flavor, soba is a centuries-old staple of Japanese cuisine.
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The noodles are made by combining buckwheat flour and water. The dough is kneaded, rolled out, and cut evenly into thin noodles, similar in thickness to spaghetti.

Gaining popularity in the 1600s during Japans Edo period, the eating of soba noodles grew due to their health benefits and ability to prevent beriberi, a disease caused by thiamine (vitamin B-1) deficiency. Today, you can find soba noodles in restaurants around the world, served chilled with dipping sauce (zaru soba) or in a warm broth (bukkake soba).

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Toys And Little
Toys And Little 10 months ago

Fascinating

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Cutie Kids TV
Cutie Kids TV 10 months ago

First time i heard of Sobs Noodles was only a few weeks ago from the manga One Piece. What timing!

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Kids Channel
Kids Channel 10 months ago

Wait...hollup, why are there dislikes on this video.
There's literally nothing to hate.

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OZ Kids
OZ Kids 10 months ago

I like watching him cut the noodles. Looks delicious.

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Kids Toys
Kids Toys 10 months ago

Soba noodles are so good

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Sen Kids
Sen Kids 10 months ago

think abaut 700 people around you m"f,imagen that they can kick your ....sssss

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Little Baby Bum - Nursery Rhymes & Kids Songs

Buckwheat likely sounds scary if you're on the gluten-free diet. But despite its name, buckwheat is not wheat. It's a seed rather than a grain, which means it's gluten-free and safe for people with celiac disease and non-celiac gluten sensitivity. Buckwheat is excellent for the health.

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La Granja de Zenón
La Granja de Zenón 10 months ago

I saw this on shokugeki

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NaoFun Toys
NaoFun Toys 10 months ago

This made me hungry

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Susi kids TV
Susi kids TV 10 months ago

Sanji brought me here.

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Susi kids TV
Susi kids TV 10 months ago

The Sound of Soba Noodle Making in Japan
We have been making it since Edo era,in our country.
If the foreigner hate it, they are not needed to Soba restaurant ,that's all

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Mister Max
Mister Max 10 months ago

Wow

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Kids Toys Review
Kids Toys Review 10 months ago

Hum hum .......

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Kids Toys Review
Kids Toys Review 10 months ago

Music?

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Nat Geo
Nat Geo 10 months ago

Bukake noodles? What kind of fetish is that?

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VnKids abc
VnKids abc 10 months ago

I thought they used a machine like other noodles. It makes it more special that it is done by hand. I love soba and want to learn how to make it myself. Right now I just cook buckwheat and eat it with butter and cooked apples. Delicious. And, like they said, lots of thiamine!

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CKN Toys Kids
CKN Toys Kids 10 months ago

Bukake soba.. hmmm no thanks.

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BillionSurpriseToys - Nursery Rhymes & Songs

soy boi

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CVS 3D Rhymes
CVS 3D Rhymes 10 months ago

Thank you (to whoever at Nat Geo edited this video) for not making the in-your-face captions that have the alternating yellow highlights on every other word. Much better when it's more subtle like in this video.

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Bounce Patrol
Bounce Patrol 10 months ago

I love to see things done "the old way" with such pride and precision... truly a master of his art.... and they look yummy, too!!!

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