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.
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 healthseeker on Aug 24, 2014
i think it`s healthy but taste is unclear... a bit like rubber
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.
Nice n crunchy
Posted by Sswwwwwwwwanmooni on Nov 29, 2014
I like it in salad as it soaks up the flavor of the dressing. It's also nice n crunchy
Posted by 4879011378629120308 on Dec 01, 2014
the bag looks small, but it actually makes for about 4 servings, noodles have a crunchy texture, doesn`t taste much like seaweed
Awesome alternative to traditional noodles
Posted by 5542827700555138027 on Feb 12, 2015
I first came across kelp noodles in a raw food cafe, and I"m so glad I found them. I usually find myself stuck when it comes to any type of noodle, simply because of their carb/sugar content (not a low carber, but need to watch my intake for health reasons) and nothing is quite the same. The kelp noodles come close though!! You do need to both rinse them thoroughly and let them warm through for quite some time or they have a crunchy chewy texture which I'm not a big fan of, but otherwise they're wonderful. Plus, compared to the prices for Kelp noodles where I am ($10 a pop), these are an absolute bargain.
Nice alternative to wheat noodles
Posted by 4838968541881759122 on Apr 23, 2015
Beautiful in Pad Thai. Great in salads or stir-frys where a bit of crunch is good
Posted by 4644122912710729902 on May 13, 2015
very good for diet
Posted by Reviewer2335852 on Jun 26, 2015
Posted by Reviewer3000993 on Dec 01, 2015
Much like Shirataki in texture, but better as it does not have that funky smell. Similar to mung bean vermicelli - but I still prefer the mung bean vermicelli.