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You'll need a large (5-litre) mixing bowl on your electric mixer to make the buttercream; otherwise make it in two batches. I prefer the precision of weight measurements for all ingredients, which is usual practice for pastry chefs.
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This traditional, cold Japanese summer dish is presented with individual bowls of various accompaniments that are added to the dipping sauce, according to the eater's palate. To eat, the dipping sauce is held in one hand, while a little bundle of noodles, held between chopsticks is dipped into the seasoned sauce. If preferred, the noodles can be tossed with the sauce.