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Need noods? A staple food in Japan, noodles are integral to Japanese cuisine. Here’s a quick look at 6 types of noodles commonly found in Japan. How many have you tried? 🍜 1. π—₯π—”π— π—˜π—‘ – Made from wheat flour, they are long and thin with a chewy bite. Served with broth and often sliced pork, soft-boiled eggs and seaweed. 🍜 2. 𝗦𝗒𝗕𝗔. Made from buckwheat these noodles are served either hot or cold. 🍜 3. 𝗨𝗗𝗒𝗑. Much thicker than either ramen or soba, they are thick and chewy, made from wheat flour. 🍜 4. π—¦π—’π— π—˜π—‘. Made from wheat flour, these are much thinner and are usually served cold with a dipping sauce. 🍜 5. π—¬π—”π—žπ—œπ—¦π—’π—•π—”. Made with wheat flour, they’re usually served stir-fried, topped with meat, vegetables and other garnishes. 🍜 6. π—¦π—›π—œπ—₯π—”π—§π—”π—žπ—œ. These thin, translucent noodles are made from konjac yam and are low in calories! .
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