iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.70 (15% off)
Customers who live in Japan are only allowed to order up to 5 kg of the above product 1 month per household, which equals to about 14 bags per month.
GREAT for salads
Posted by 5757019077831605467 on Oct 31, 2014
Just followed the recipes on the back of the packet to refreshing, crunchy and healthy salads.
i did not like it
Posted by 5256084445378050710 on Oct 18, 2014
i bought it for the first time , and it will be my last time . the Noodle have this horrible teast to then , which i didn't like.
Posted by Reviewer1531069 on Oct 03, 2014
Yum! I use it instead of salad greens. Make sure you soak them for at least 3-4 hours in lemon water. That makes them soft and less chewy. I do not cook them. Raw is just fine. Started buy to add more iodine into my diet through whole food.
Great with Peanut Sauce
Posted by Reviewer2255873 on Sep 13, 2014
These are good to have around when you want a quick snack and don't even have time to boil noodles. Good in salads.
Posted by healthseeker on Aug 24, 2014
i think it`s healthy but taste is unclear... a bit like rubber
Posted by happycustomer23 on Aug 23, 2014
Not really a substitute for pasta but totally delicious and quick to prepare.
Good substitute for pasta addicts
Posted by 4675403485834509746 on Aug 14, 2014
These noodles, beaten egg, freshly chopped parsley and black ground pepper = a fantastic breakfast. I noticed that after rinsing it, if I cook it for 5-10 minutes in chicken or beef broth concentrate, it makes it so much softer and gives it a nice flavour. Will always buy these from now on.
Great Alternative to Unhealthy Wheat Noodles
Posted by Reviewer1078931 on Aug 02, 2014
Ready to use. You might be pleasantly surprised as I was that they are crunchy. No ocean taste. LOVE these!
Good substitute for spaghetti
Posted by Reviewer1036754 on Jul 28, 2014
I like these occasionally, not as an everyday thing. They are crunchy, but for a raw noodle, they are okay. No taste by themselves after you rinse them, but they absorb the sauce you put on them. I eat them about once a week.
Posted by danazfavo on Jul 26, 2014
I use it for Asian recipes- no carbs!