[2. Foods; Japanese noodle] Furano Botan Soba 8 meals-set with dipping sauce
The Botan variety, an ancient breed grown in the vast hills of Furano, Hokkaido, is characterized by its strong aroma and sweetness.
Both buckwheat flour (Botan) and wheat flour are produced in Furano.
It is a thin and authentic 50 percent buckwheat noodle without salt.
Fifty percent buckwheat noodles are made with a distribution of fifty percent buckwheat flour and fifty percent wheat flour.
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Botan Soba (peony buckwheat noodles) have been made for a long time. It was considered to have a good taste and aroma, but the yield was not enough and it was improved to become the current mainstream Kitawase. It is said in various books that it was selected from the peonies grown in Furano.
Many people are asking for more and more of this sweet and fragrant buckwheat.
However, the buckwheat seeds tend to fall to the ground during harvesting.
However, since the buckwheat seeds tend to fall to the ground during harvesting, it is not uncommon for all the hard work to go to waste.
This is the reason why the production of Botan-soba has not increased.
However, the president of Inoue Agricultural Co., Ltd. will make peony soba again this year because he wants as many people as possible to eat delicious soba.
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■ Product name: Furano Botan Soba 2 meals set with soup
■ Contents: 4 boxes (80g of dried noodles x 2 / 40ml of soup x 2) for a total of 8 servings
■ Manufacturer name: Inoue Agricultural Co., Ltd.
■ Country of origin: Japan, Hokkaido
■ Size: Width 230 x Depth 380 x Height 70 mm
■ How to use: Boil the noodles and eat with soup
[Notes on products]
■ Allergy indication: buckwheat, wheat