Zarusoba, Cold Noodles for Breakfast to Beat the Heat

I frequently cook soba noodles for dinner.

I would not have thought of them as breakfast food until i saw The Japanese Food mention Zarusoba (Zaru Soba?) as part of a complete breakfast on Twitter.

Zaru soba

Maki over at Just Hungry shares a Cold soba noodles with dipping sauce (Zarusoba) recipe and notes that the reason Japanese eat these is because of the warm and humid weather in Japan during the summer months.

Morning food in Japan for Tokyo Thursdays # 235

Previously: White Miso Peach Ice Cream, Add Japanese Flair to Your Summer Parties

(* Photo from The Japanese Food)

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