Soba vs. Udon: Which is Healthier?

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Shohei Ohtani has hit two home runs already, so his workout plan seems to be working after all.

Who Has More like Shizenha Bio-Hacking Style Workout Shohei Ohtani or Ichiro Suzuki?

Well, we have different objectives from him, and for us, we need more Shizenha style.

Mr. Hirai, the posture adjustment specialist who comes to our town once every two months, came to our house yesterday, and our house became a one-day clinic for the people in our town. This time, he rotated my shoulders a lot.

Joint rotating is another thing we do a lot in Shizenha Bio-Hacking.

Have you ever eaten Soba or Udon?

You may have had udon since udon is becoming popular in the West now, possibly the next Washoku boom. Marugame Udon, an udon restaurant chain, is now operating in the United States and the United Kingdom.

Apparently, there is a restaurant called Ikigai Udon in Texas. There is Marugame Udon in Texas, too, so I am wondering why Texas. Is it true that Texas is turning the next California? I hear many people are moving from California to Texas.

In Japan, udon is eaten more in West Japan, and Soba is eaten more in East Japan. Soba and Udon are similar in the sense that they can be used in the same dish. In other words, they are interchangeable. We have Kakesoba and Kakeudon, which are exactly the same hot noodle dishes with saba or udon. We also have Zarusoba and Zaruudon, which are cold soba and udon.

So, which is better? Which is healthier?

I made a video on it.

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