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  1. I love a good peanut noodle bowl. So quick to make a delicious! Glad you’re feeling better and beautiful photos too!

  2. Oh yum! I’m such a sucker for peanut sauce. Peanut anything, really. And your pictures are beautiful :) I definitely have to make this someday soon!

    • That little noodle was teetering on the edge of the bowl and I gave it a little nudge. :) Wait, are you not a peanut butter lover yourself?

  3. I am going to make this for my vegan son this weekend. Actually, I think I will make it for all of us. Going to get the ingredients right now!

  4. Hi Kate! I’ve never commented here, but have been reading for a while. Your dad and my husband, Josh, work together so that’s how I found your lovely blog. Anyways, Josh and I were just ooohing and aaahing over this, so I had to tell you that we’ll be trying it soon. It looks amazing! Thanks for sharing your talent!

    Emily

  5. I made this last night and it was fabulous! Loved the addition of stir-fried broccoli, because I usually make noodles like this with just raw vegetables.

  6. Oh oh oh…this looks SO good! I picked up soba noodles last week and have been craving a good noodle bowl. I have a ton of napa cabbage and bok choy from my csa…I’m inspired to try something like this one. Your photo is gorgeous!!

  7. Made this tonight with a couple of tiny alterations (ditched the noodles for myself and had it with chicken + tofu because I’m on a low-carb diet), but it was absolutely delicious and my boyfriend (a peanut butter fiend) heartily concurred. Thanks so much!

    • Happy to hear that you enjoyed the soba noodles, Bec! Thanks for commenting to let me know. I’m glad you could modify the dish to fit with your low-carb diet. That’s great!

  8. Always nice to find a fellow vegetarian food blogger! I loooove your recipes and photographs, everything just looks so beautiful and healthy…
    Can I ask you what camera you’re using? And do you have some tips to improve my pictures? I would be really grateful!

    • Thank you, Silke! I use an old Nikon D80 and either the 35mm f1.8 lens or the 50mm f1.8 lens. I’m actually working on an FAQ page with tips, so check back for that link soon.

  9. I’m planning on making this tonight, but how many soba noodles are we talking here? I got a huge package at an Asian market, and I don’t think its the type of package you call for. Three of the 1″ bundles? One bundle?
    I’ve made a couple other recipes from your blog and they are great! So happy to have found a wonderful source for veggie dishes.

    • Great question, Melissa. I believe that I used about an 8 ounce package of noodles for this dish, but it’s been awhile. If you want to make the dish more vegetable-focused and less noodle-y, I think two bundles would be just right. Please let me know how it turns out for you!

  10. I was looking for a way to use my package of soba noodles and fell in love with this peanut-butter twist on some sharp Asian flavors. Thanks!

  11. Looks so good! Can you tell me where you buy 100% buckwheat soba noodles? Not sure why I’m having such a hard time finding them.

    • Hey Angie, I’m sorry you’re having trouble! I know Eden Foods and a couple other brands make 100% buckwheat soba noodles, but I can’t say I’ve seen them in stores. You could substitute a firm gluten-free spaghetti, like maybe quinoa pasta, if you’d like. It just won’t taste quite the same.

  12. whenever i can get hold of 100% buckwheat noodles i always make this recipe :)

  13. Can I use regular rice wine vinegar . . I’ve never heard of brown rice vinegar . . sounds delicious.

  14. I am addicted to this meal! Love it. Wondering if there is any way to alter it without the peanut butter. Want to make this so bad for a party, but my nephew is HIGHLY allergic to peanuts. Do you have any recommendations for possible substitutions? I can’t substitute any nut butter like almond or cashew because he can’t have them. I am stuck.