Neat video! Here I was thinking everything done with a machine but no, they sure take their udon making seriously. I'd like to try too...looks nice and chewy!
j: cool website, no translation needed. Got it bookmarked so I can see all their vids.I am curious about the udon, since udon is kind of bland and the shiru makes it tasty. Coincidentally I'm making udon for lunch today. -N
I SO love the Japanese for their packaging and presentation; of course the noodle will be oishi (hope I spelled it rite.)
Holy crap me too!! Who's going to Japan next??? :-D I wonder if they sell it here...
It seems more than just noodles! It's a tradition passed down through out the Generations! The True masters of Noodleoligy! ; )And YES! I just made up that Perfect Word! ; ) You're Welcome! More Winkies..... ; )I love this!
Les, I hope I remember to look for it next time I go.Funny, Mark!
j: did a quick search...here's a website that sells it (in English) but hoo da shipping is at least $15 http://global.rakuten.com/en/search?k=%E7%A8%B2%E5%BA%AD%E3%81%86%E3%81%A9%E3%82%93&scid=af_pc_link_urlmail&sc2id=312957992 -N
Holy cow, N!!
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