Rich in high quality albumin, vitamin B3, rutoside... this soba is easily assimilated by the organism. Its taste and fragrance are unequalled. In Japan, soba is traditionally peeled and milled, and is used as the main ingredient in the preparation of Japanese noodles also called "soba". However, buckwheat bran has excellent nutritional qualities. Nisshoku buckwheat flakes are only crushed and therefore keep their bran and food properties. In order to discover the exceptional fragrance of these buckwheat flakes, we recommend you to taste them unaltered. You will be surprised by their deep flavor which will remind you the wonderful fragrance of "galette bretonne de blé noir".
Perfect combination :
These buckwheat flakes can be traditonally enjoyed in the morning, at breakfast, with milk or cottage cheese. They will surprise you sprinkled on a raw vegetables salad, pastas, rices, ice-creams... The combination is exquisite in quenelle with game. We also suggest you to use these buckwheat flakes as breadcrumbs for your shrimp or squid fritters, your chicken nuggets, breaded cutlets and fish, breaded fruits and vegetables and other fritters. The crunchiness is exceptional and subtle.
You’ll discover – or rediscover – all the flavour and quality of an age-old gastronomy which is both simple and top of the range : Japanese gastronomy.
The elaboration of the products and articles carefully and lovingly chosen by Nishikidôri Market – almost all of them natural, without additives, preservatives or colour – follow Japanese tradition to the letter. To the greatest satisfaction of chefs throughout the world... and now yours !
Already available or coming shortly:
sauces & soya salt, seeds, sesame oils & pastes, wasabi, moon salt, vinegars, seaweed (oboro kombu, shirahita kombu), rice, soba, udon & ramen noodles, sakura cherry blossom, sakes, shôchû, liqueurs, whisky, umeshu, miso, tofu, outstanding teas, dried plums (Umeboshi), dehydrated stock & stock bases, berries & spices, authentic juices & marmalades, sauces & seasonings, sugar, kitchen knives, Japanese lacquerware.