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King Soba Organic Buckwheat Gluten-Free Ramen

Ramen are traditional Japanese-style noodle cakes which unfold while you cook them.  

King Soba Organic Buckwheat Gluten-Free RamenKing Soba's Organic Buckwheat Ramen are the healthiest and the best tasting ramen you can buy.

It is made with only two ingredients, organic buckwheat flour and water, these ramen noodles can be used in a variety of ways – as a snack, in stir-fry dishes or mixed in with broth to provide taste and texture.  

Buckwheat comes from a plant that is in the rhubarb family (who would have known?) and it has a unique nutty flavor.  You'll never eat the other kind of ramen again after you've tried these noodles from King Soba. 

For more information visit:  http://www.glutenfreemall.com/catalog/king-soba-buckwheat-glutenfree-ramen-noodles-pack-p-2224.html

 

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