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Bowie State University Articles on Noodles Analytical Review

Bowie State University

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Please read the two articles about noodles in this module: "Ramen To The Rescue" and "Japan's Centuries-Old Tradition of Making Soba Noodles," then answer these questions:

1) It's amazing how different these two kinds of noodles are even though they both come from Japan. What do you think the key (most important) differences are? These may be differences in how they're made, how they're sold/marketed, where they're eaten, etc.

1 https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2016/08/28/489787912/japans-centuries-old-tradition-of-making-soba-noodles

2. https://www.npr.org/sections/thesalt/2013/08/16/212671438/ramen-to-the-rescue-how-instant-noodles-fight-global-hunger

2) What similarities do these noodles have? (other than being, you know, noodles!)

3) Have you eaten soba or ramen noodles? What kind(s) of ramen?


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Analysis of Articles on Noodles
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Analysis of Articles on Noodles
1) It's amazing how different these two kinds of noodles are even though they both come
from Japan. What do you think the key (most important) differences are? These may be
differences in how they're made, how they're sold/marketed, where they're eaten, etc.
Ramen and Soba noodles have key differences in how they are marketed, prepared and
how they are sold. Soba Noodles are made for local use by the people of Japan, but Ramen
Noodles are made for international use by different companies in the world (Ayao, 2001).
Similarly, Ramen comprises of Chinese wheat, served in a meat or fish-based broth while Soba
Noodles are made from buckwheat flour and are served in hot broth or chilled in a dipping sauce.
Additionally, Soba Noodles are used as staple food in Japan as compared to Ramen Noodles
which is sold internationally as a compliment for many types of food.
2) Wh...

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