Sea Tangle Noodle Company, Kelp Noodles, 12 oz (340 g)
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3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by rawfoodie82 on Jun 28, 2012
My favorite product of all time. So great with a cashew cream, or peanut/satay dressing with fresh vegetables :)
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4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2726947 on Nov 27, 2011
Despite the hype for these among the raw community, I really wasn't expecting much! But we loved these - some of my family is of Asian descent and are very used to all varieties of noodles. I purchased them for the 'raw vegan' reason, but found that everyone loved them. You'll need to toss them in a bit of warm (or boiling water if you're not doing raw) with lemon juice to soften them up but they're really great, mild & excellent with any sauce (raw or cooked) - no seaweed taste or anything. I love it in place of vermicelli for a Raw Vegan Vietnamese Mint Salad with fresh mango, mint, almonds, lime and chilli.
Great for Asian dishes and salads
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2917570 on Jul 21, 2012
I use these in my sea vegetable salad. Combine with sliced cucumber, dulce, dried cranberries, sliced mandarin oranges, sea salt to taste and some asian sesame salad dressing. Makes a great light dinner. These noodles don't have any taste, but blend wonderfully with other flavors of a dish. They are soft, yet crunchy on the inside. Very different and a great way to add something new to your diet.
Great lowcarb alternative
Posted by Reviewer2688267 on Jul 31, 2012
No fishy smell when you open the bag, like Shirataki-noodles. They are a bit rubbery, so you need to let them simmer in a sauce for a few minutes to get the right texture. Just like glass-noodles.
Great for low carb
Posted by 5217108906628545137 on Aug 06, 2012
These work best with a generous amount of sauce. I soak them in water and a little bit of vinegar or lemon juice for ten minutes or more, then rinse and soak them in the sauce I'm using for at least twenty minutes. They lose the rubbery with slight crunch texture and just seem like glass noodles. I've used peanut sauce and vegetables with great success. Helps you keep sanity when you have to decrease carbohydrates.