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Te-Uchi Soba

Te-Uchi Soba is a term used to describe soba noodles made completely by hand, with no machine involved in mixing the dough, kneading it or forming the noodles. Thus, their texture will be more uneven.

There are restaurants now in Japan dedicated to serving these fresh, hand-made noodles.

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Also called:

Te-uchi Soba (Japanese)


Soba Noodles

An Kake Soba; Cha Soba; Chikara Soba; Ebi-Ten Soba; Ebi Kakiage-Ten Soba; Hiyashi Tanuki Soba; Hiyashi Tororo Soba; Ito Soba; Iwanori Soba; Jinenjo Soba; Kake Soba; Kamo Siero Soba; Karee Soba; Mori Soba; Nama Soba; Nameko-oroshi Soba; Oroshigomaae Soba; Soba Noodles; Soba Yu; Te-Uchi Soba; Ten Zaru Soba; Tororo Soba; Toshikoshi Soba; Tsuki-Mi Soba; Wakame Soba; Yasai Kakiage-Ten Soba; Yomogi Soba; Zaru Soba

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