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Mori Soba



Mori Soba is cold, cooked soba noodles, served on a "siero" tray, served with chopped green onion, wasabi, and a dipping sauce made from dashi, mirin and soy sauce.

A summer dish, it's one of the more popular ways that soba noodles are eaten in Japan.

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Also called:

Mori soba (Japanese)

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