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Soba Cookie

Soba Cookie

6.33" x 8.5", 100g
Flour, Sugar, Egg, Buckwheat & Baking Soda
JAPAN

It’s interesting - these are called
soba cookies.
Soba is, in fact,
a noodle.
Both the cookie and the noodle
are made of buckwheat.
According to a friend,
people like to eat the cookie in milk.
Cookie and noodle, both in liquids?
Makes sense.
Crunchy.
Like fried soba.
Cookies are in the same shape
as the green flowers on the bag.