Kelp Noodles 2.5 servings (100% Raw Food)
- Kelp Noodles are a sea vegetable in the form of an easy to eat raw noodle.
- Made of only kelp (a sea vegetable), sodium alginate (sodium salt extracted from a brown seaweed), and water, Kelp Noodles are fat-free, gluten-free, and very low in carbohydrates and calories.
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Top Customer Reviews
I got these kelp noodles because I am not really crazy for raw squash noodles for a pasta substitute(we loved them steamed with garlic though). These are super squeaky and crunchy when you eat them raw.
They are great raw to add crunch into stir-frys after you have finished cooking them.(This is a great trick to get more raw veggies into your diet. Leave a few of you veggies like shredded cabbage, green onions, and shredded carrots out while cooking and then add them back in after the dish is cooked.)
They are great cooked for a noodles substitute. Cooked, I find them like rice or bean curd noodles you would find in the asian section of the grocery store or asian market.
They are very mild tasting so they take on what ever flavor you would like. Kelp or any sea vegetables are super healthy for you. These are a great way to get them into your diet, if you don't normally like the strong flavors of nori or any of the other sea veggies. Oh and these are TRUELY RAW. No false labeling here! Yeah!
I'm so glad I did!!! I split the package in half (two servings each). One portion I threw in with some shrimp and herbs last night. Tonight I just made a chicken and veggie stir fry and threw the kelp noodles in towards the end.
I can't believe how filling these are! And they take on all of the flavors you are cooking with.
So here is the nutrition facts break down. I'm going to compare this with a package of Hokkien noodles.
4 oz of kelp noodles vs 3.5 oz of Hokkin noodles
Calories : 6 kelp (170 hokkin)
Total fat: 0 kelp (2 g hokkin)
saturated fat: 0 (1g)
Trans Fat: 0 (0)
Cholesterol: 0 (0)
Sodium: 35 mg - 1% dv (170 mg - 7% dv)
Carbs: 1 g (32g)
Fiber: 1g (2g)
Sugars: 0 (1g)
Protein: 0 (5g)
Vitamin A: 0 (0)
Calcium: 15% (0%)
Vitamin c: 0 (0)
Iron: 4% (2%)
I won't by these from Amazon again. I'm going to buy directly from [...](website on the package). Where I can get 12-12 oz. packages per case for [...] + shipping.
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
I had to let it sit in boiling vegetable broth with Rapunzel Vegetable Boullion with Herbs. This softened them to a palatable texture from their otherwise chewy yet crunchy texture... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Naz Ahmad
Maybe I did something wrong, but I didn't like this stuff.Published 6 months ago by Tristina Willow
These are an excellent pasta alternative! They don't have much flavor, so they will taste like whatever you put on them. They have a great crunchy texture like bean sprouts.Published 7 months ago by Holly Boyle
Don't know if this is the same brand I ordered before but it has a nice crispy texture and lasts a long time.Published 12 months ago by A. Singer
During a low-carb kick, I tried these out to replace the pasta that I so dearly love. To be fair, they are not a perfect replacement, but I was surprised at how well they work. Read morePublished 15 months ago by M Wolski