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No Oodles Zero Carb, Zero Calorie Shirataki Noodles 10 Pack Angel Hair

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10 Pack of 8 oz. bags of Angel Hair Shirataki Noodles. Great for soups, stir fry, pasta etc.. Made in the USA and Kosher

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  • Item Weight: 6.8 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B003Z4F56C
  • UPC: 855658002018
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (82 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #37,453 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Even after rinsing the fishy smell is awful.
Cheri
Great in soup, better than expected with spaghetti sauce and very good in a lo mein asian dish with vegetables and shrimp in a stir fry sauce.
Virginian
I tried to eat them and they tasted like wet, oily chewy rubber bands!
smteach

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299 of 305 people found the following review helpful By sbm on December 9, 2011
Here's how to get the best results:

1. Open the package and dump into a sieve and run under very cold water for at least 60 seconds to rinse away seafood aroma.

2.Using scissors, snip the nooodles at least twice to create a shorter nooodle that is easier to manage.

3."Dry fry" the noodles in a non-stick skillet until all the excess water has evaporated, the nooodles are now ready to absorb the flavor of your desired sauce, pesto, ragu, garlic olive oil, etc. like a sponge...

4. Add your sauce and other ingredients and cook for at least 4-5 minutes to let flavors develop...you can't overcook these noodles because they are very different from traditional wheat pasta...

5. If you follow these instructions, you will get the best results, if you don't, you will have a watery, tasteless experience...refrigerate leftovers, do not freeze leftovers...
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72 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Leah Newmark on October 28, 2010
They look gross when you get them but dont let that influence your opinion. I am a dietitian and I cook healthy lunches for my coworkers once per week. We made stirfry with the noodles, SO GOOD! I love them. Wouldnt use them like pasta with pasta sauce though. Keep to asian themed dishes. They are very filling and tasty!
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By T. McArdle on March 20, 2012
Not sure where the negative reviews are coming from - not rubbery - not seafood tasting - perfect replacement for glass noodles in stir frys and soups or making fresh summer rolls. NOT a replacement for pasta - if that's what you're after keep looking. I adore this product - wish it were sold in stores!
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25 of 33 people found the following review helpful By BLONDEinGV on December 7, 2012
So, I bought these on a whim without much expectation: "They're zero calories, how good could they possibly be?" Then, I saw them in my pantry one day and looked up preparation instructions and recipe ideas. I stumbled upon a review here on Amazon by "sbm" with instructions to rinse well and then "dry-fry" them for a few minutes before adding anything for flavor. Since there were so many reviews that indicated a fishy smell, I held my breath while rinsing for the 1st time to make sure that the so-called awful smell didn't convince me that they were terrible before tasting. It worked! I was more than pleasantly surprised...these are fantastic! My husband, an Italian food snob, even thought they were good enough to try with his homemade pasta sauce a few nights later. He followed the same instructions, and they were - again - fantastic. I then used them a couple days later to make homemade chicken noodle soup. I added the noodles only 5 minutes before serving because I thought they might break down if cooked for hours on the stovetop. They were perfectly good in the soup. Plus, the next day, I re-heated the leftover pot of soup, and they were fine then as well! I'm a total science nerd, and my brain is having trouble wrapping itself around the idea that these really are zero calories, zero carbs, and *when prepared properly* fantastically tasty!

Bottom Line:
To be honest, the texture is slightly more Asian (egg) noodle than Italian (flour) noodle, but even when used in the chicken parmesan my husband made, the texture didn't make much difference to me. My husband noticed the difference, but thought they were still very good. In prep, rinsing well and "dry-frying," completely eliminated any fishy smell. We've tried them in 3 different dishes, and they hold up and absorb the added flavors (sauce, spices, oil, etc.) like a sponge. Couldn't be happier...I'm back to buy more today!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By TOMYZ on January 8, 2015
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Agree With the seafood smell,
But a quick fix is simply adding a spoon of white vinegar in the fresh water you are recommended to put them in after you drain the water it comes with,
5 minutes then you deism and wash and voila no seafood smell.
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14 of 20 people found the following review helpful By GingerSnap on March 27, 2012
I made a mac-and-cheese substitute with these. My advice is - follow the package prep instructions and experiment. I rinsed them, snipped them into smaller pieces, dry-fried them in a green pan, put them in a bowl with 4 cloves of pressed garlic, added some garlic powder and onion powder. I let that sit while I cooked up spinach in the same green pan. When spinach was almost done, I put the garlicky noodles in the green pan and sprinkled that 4-cheese Mexican blend on top of them, tossed them 'til the cheese melted.......delicious! The texture of the noodles worked in this dish.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DIY handy lady on July 15, 2012
When you first open this, it smells really yucky. I almost always hold my breath when I wash this noodle. But once you wash it away and add it to whatever flavor you want it to have, it will absorb the flavor pretty quickly. One of my favorite way to get rid of the fishy smell is to boil it in water with bay leaves.

The other thing I'm not crazy about this noodle is the texture. It's got a bit of squeaky texture, but it doesn't bother me much if I cook it with lots of veggies. When you chew it with lots of veggies, you don't notice the texture of the noodle itself anymore.

I love noodles, and it's hard to cut it out of my diet. Overall, I'm pretty happy with this zero calories noodle substitute.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mindy on September 8, 2012
They smell bad when you open them, definitely. Drain and rinse, and serve with a good sauce and you're in good shape! Even my kids will eat them in spaghetti or as Mac and cheese!
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