This high carb, high protein dish is nutritionally designed to function as a: post-workout recovery meal.
It is also great as an overall healthy meal for lunch.
A first in Fresher!
We’re presenting a dish best served cold – a Shikoku-inspired citrus-y, oh-so-light soba dish.
The soba is made from pure buckwheat flour and offers a unique earthy smell and taste.
Dip in our house-blend Yuzu Dip and enjoy with a medium-well pan-seared tuna that’s grilled just a touch for the perfect bite.
Nutrition Facts and Ingredients
TUNA, JAPANESE SOBA NOODLES, SCALLIONS, DISTILLED VINEGAR, MIRIN, YUZU JUICE, HONEY, DRIED SEAWEED, SESAME OIL, SOY SAUCE, SESAME SEEDS
Once you have received your meals, please store in refrigerator accordingly –
For immediate consumption:
Store your meals in the chiller.
Meals kept at chilled temperatures of 0 – 5 degree celsius can be kept for up to 4 days from the day you receive them.
For long term consumption:
Store your meals in the freezer.
Meals kept at below 0 degree celsius can be kept for up to 1 month.
Before enjoying, we highly recommend you to safely defrost your meals in the chiller overnight (for 12 hours).
Alternatively, you can leave it at room temperature (for 4-5 hours) for minimum food dehydration.
You can opt to use your own kitchenware or just place our black trays in the steamer directly.
If you use our trays, peel open the seal slightly from a corner. Place the tray in the steamer for 10 -15 minutes.
As all steamers function differently (you may have electric ones, vs metal plates over boiling water), we advise you to check on your food and give it a good stir.
Open the seal slightly from a corner of your meal.
Place the tray in the microwave for 2.5 to 3 minutes on Medium setting.
As the microwave timing varies from meal to meal, please refer to the corresponding labels on the meal.
Pre-heat the oven to 180 degrees.
Transfer contents to oven-proof tray, our plastic trays are not oven proof.
Place contents in the oven for 7-10 minutes.