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.
Strange but good!
Posted by FORUMONTI on Oct 25, 2012
Very strange product but tasty in stir-fryes and thai dishes. Easy to digest and 0 calories. Странный продукт, но вкусный в стер-фрай и тайских блюдах. Легко переваривается и 0 калорий.
First time trying
Posted by Reviewer1523108 on Dec 09, 2011
I had never had kelp noodles before but these are so good. I am totally ordering these again and more quantity.
Awesome option for raw food enthusiasts!
Posted by Reviewer2670432 on Dec 12, 2011
These noodles are great if you are trying to maintain a raw food diet. There is a slight crunch to them and the taste is very neutral. iHerb did a great job with quick and easy shipping. I will be ordering again soon!
Posted by Reviewer2421681 on Dec 12, 2011
I absolutely love these! Thank you for offering a person to order them one package at a time compared to other sites that want you to order a full case.
I LOVE THESE NOODLES!
Posted by Reviewer1289457 on Dec 13, 2011
I LIKE THESE SO MUCH BETTER THAN THE TOFU ONES THAT EVERYONE ON DIETS TALK ABOUT. THERE ISN'T ANY FISHY ODOR AND SOFTEN QUICKLY IN MY STIR FRY.YOU WON'T BE DISAPPOINTED.
awesome service, best prices and fast delivery!!!!!!
Posted by Reviewer2367191 on Jan 06, 2012
I will be buying more
Love this, versatile, tasty, easy
Posted by Reviewer1250356 on Jan 07, 2012
Easy to use, filling and versatile. Plus with all the minerals in kelp they are satisfying even while being super light on calories.
Posted by Reviewer2139704 on Jan 18, 2012
I use these with arame, soak in warm water then drain, add some greens and green onion, soy sauce, olive oil, cover and keep warm before eating. Very nice.
Great for gluten free, wheat free diets,
Posted by Reviewer3126441 on Feb 01, 2012
We love them in salads, soups & stews. Adds the back the missing allure of wheat noodles for those of us on the Paleo Diet.
If you want them to be like noodles, soak them in the sauce
Posted by Umbridge on Feb 02, 2012
These are very crunch eaten as is, which is fine for a salad. If you are looking for a more authentic noodle texture, soak them in your sauce for a couple of hours. They get soft and soak up all the goodness!