Buckwheat Soba Pasta

8 oz bag

Retail Price: $9.69

Our Price: $6.95 (Save 28%)

8 oz bag

Why You’ll Love It

These 100% whole grain noodles have a rich, warming flavor. Buckwheat protein is superior to other cereal grain as it has all essential amino acids, and is the best source of the important flavonoid rutin. It is traditionally made and patiently two-step dried. Despite the name, buckwheat is not wheat and is not related to wheat. It is a delicious, versatile and strengthening food. Enjoy it hot or chilled in dashi - a shoyu soy sauce kombu broth - and in salads and stir-fries. Wrap it in toasted nori to make delicious noodle sushi. It provides healthy fiber, protein, and complex carbs with no salt added. It is produced on equipment that also handles wheat and eggs. Eden foods 100% buckwheat soba pasta is kosher.
SKU: 024182201550

About This Brand

The oldest natural and organic food company in North America.Eden Foods began in Ann Arbor in the late 1960s with friends sourcing natural food. Youth motivated by a study of a worldwide phenomenon centered upon macrobiotics: eating a diet of whole grain and seasonal local plant foods that are not nutrient depleted and without toxic chemical adulteration.Natural foods were simply not available at the time, so they started the Eden food co-op to bring them in. Their initial $200 orders to Erewhon in Boston and Chico-san in California were well received and caused a local stir. This lead to co-op members traveling rural roads, knocking on doors looking for farmers to grow food using organic methods.The Eden co-op grew into a natural food store offering whole grains, beans, soyfoods, sea vegetables, miso, cereals, vegetable oils, seed and nut butters, and the like. It expanded adding a cafeteria, bakery, and books, and became known as the Eden Deli. It was one of very few places in the...
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Serving Size 2 oz (55g) Servings Per Container 4

Amount Per Serving

Calories 200 Calories from Fat 10

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 1g 2%
Saturated Fat 0g 0%
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg 0%
Sodium 5mg 1%
Total Carbohydrate 43g 14%
Dietary Fiber 3g 12%
Sugars 2g
Protein 6g 12%

Vitamin A 0%
Vitamin C 0%
Calcium 2%
Iron 6%

Reviews For Buckwheat Soba Pasta

Based on 8 Reviews

Tastey replacement

We eat Gluten free in our household and these are a great replacement for wheat noodles or the usual rice noodles.

- K C

Wheat-free and Great Texture

It's hard to find soba noodles that are made from 100% buckwheat. These wheat-free noodles are easy on the tummy and have firm texture. The cost on Thrive also makes them a little easier on the wallet.

- Karen

Buckwheat soba

I enjoyed these a great deal. Cheaper than my supermarket

- Nanette


I made a grilled eggplant and soba noodle dish with these noodles and the soba was amazing! Great taste and texture.

- Emily H.

Good for Soba

I'm used to soba noodles that aren't 100% buckwheat, so these weren't what I am used to. I'm not a soba expert, but these were just fine. My wife is gluten intolerant so these are a great for us. I made miso soba with these noodles. I cooked these per instructions and they came out al dente at the recommended 8 minutes. I've ordered these again because my wife and I enjoyed them.

- Dave

Good buckwheat flavor

This is a good healthy pasta that I eat instead of whole wheat. As the label says, buckwheat isn't made from wheat, but it is healthy and natural and has a great flavor. I use it in place of my normal pasta with tomato sauce, or if I'm making a Thai or Chinese dish, I'll mix this in for a unique taste. It's high in fiber and low in fat.

- Caleb Becker

How to Cook

These are interesting noodles, but I'll admit that I had to do a Google search to figure out exactly how to cook them. It turns out that you add a bit of peanut oil into the water, and you cool and boil the noodles three times over an 8-minute total cooking time. That makes them taste as close to the traditional soba noodles as possible. These aren't restaurant-quality, but they're definitely good, and I enjoy them.

- Terra K.


I haven't had the chance to try this in a bunch of different ways, but I have to say I liked it cold with just a little bit of olive oil and parm cheese. It was really good. I want to try this for a pasta sushi or cut up and cooked an placed on a salad. I think it would taste amazing. I really like the flavor of this Buckwheat Soba Pasta.

- Stephany Leet

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