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Deirdre's Buckwheat Soba Noodle Recipe


Soba_noodleshutterstock_124950839By Deirdre Imus
This yummy dish can be enjoyed warm or cold.  Save for a school or work lunch the next day.


1     Box of organic Buckwheat Soba Noodles (I like the Eden Organic Brand) found in pasta section of stores

1/2 Teaspoon organic sesame seeds

Organic asparagus- around 6-7 stalks

Organic low sodium gluten free tamari



Boil water, cook noodles for 6-8 minutes,

rinse, drain water and toss in a big bowl.

Add ½ tsp. of sesame seeds, and 6 stalks of

asparagus- should be raw and cut up into

bite size pieces.

Add a few splashes of tamari and toss with 2 big wide tooth forks.

Prep Time: 15 minutes



Buckwheat (Soba) noodles: Soba is the Japanese name for 100% buckwheat.  These noodles are high in potassium and protein, very low in fat, no saturated fat and are a low calorie food.  They are gluten free, and are a low glycemic food.


Asparagus: high in glutathione, an important anti carcinogen, antioxidant.  It contains rutin which protects small blood vessels from rupturing.  Asparagus is a good source of vitamin A, C, E, B-complex, potassium and zinc.


Source for health facts: Dr. Mercola and Eden




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