Rants, Rules & Recipes

An Effort to End Nutritional Ignorance

RECIPE: Buckwheat Noodle Salad

SERVES: ~ 10-12

PREP TIME: 10 min


This is a great salad to take to a gathering or to keep in the fridge and nibble on all week.  It’s gluten-free and flavor-full. And it may be the easiest thing I’ve made in quite a while.

Trader Joe’s sells bags of sun-dried tomatoes, but I have to get the Annie’s dressing and soba noodles (buckwheat noodles) at another grocery store.  So hopefully you have a store that carries all of the ingredients (with no additives, of course!).

photo 1Chop up 1/2 – 1 cup of sun-dried tomatoesphoto 2While you boil 1 package (3 sleeves) of buckwheat noodles (also called soba noodles, found in Asian section of most grocery stores; try to get the ones without added wheat) and 1 package of frozen edamame (anywhere from 8-16 ounce bag is fine) photo 3

In a large bowl combine buckwheat noodles, edemame, an entire jar of Annie’s Asian Sesame dressing, and sea salt and ground pepper to taste.  After noodles cool, add the chopped sun-dried tomatoes and stir.photo 4You now have a gorgeous and delicious dish to share!


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