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where to buy kelp noodles other than WF?

Commented on March 12, 2015
Created February 25, 2011 at 10:18 PM

I'm kinda craving of some noodle soup and wonder where to get kelp noodles other than Whole Foods? I don't have one nearby and the closest one is at least 30-45 mins drive which I won't do just to pick up one thing.

Or other online resources?

how much does it cost for how big the package is?

thanks!

8508fec4bae4a580d1e1b807058fee8e

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on May 05, 2012
at 07:34 PM

They've been eaten in Japan for centuries ...

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on March 04, 2011
at 11:21 PM

Just a personal thing for me. Too processed for my liking. Plus I don't agree with the idea of eating foods that are created to simulate other foods.

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on February 26, 2011
at 05:28 AM

I use courgette. Slice it into thin strips with a peeler, works a charm.

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on February 25, 2011
at 11:41 PM

Would you please qualify your statement? Glucomannan is a dietary fiber derived from konjac. Why would you stay away from it?

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77e6f56b8be84add967973c8ec6f7fb5

on February 25, 2011
at 11:34 PM

These guys sell by the case from their website: http://www.kelpnoodles.com/products_seatangle_noodles.html

I use these as spaghetti every now and then - not bad. But I just made chicken noodle soup with them, and it tastes authentic! I couldn't even tell they weren't real noodles.

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on February 25, 2011
at 11:10 PM

Unless you are severely metabolically broken or on an extreme fat loss diet, why don't you give rice noodles or (yam/cassava/potato) cellophane noodles a chance? These are gluten free and actually real foods with no added chemicals/preservatives (depending on source).

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on March 12, 2015
at 01:08 AM

well uh, grains duh. theres the whole phytic acid and digestion thing. when dealing with starches it limits whats combinations of foods will work well in overall processing, primarily meats or protiens dont mix well with startch, for example meat and potatoes. you know the satifying full feeling you get after eating meal like those, or pasta and meatballs. yea that full fealing is really gastric stress. so then sure eat startches with no meat or little fat and protein, well then myfriend you end up with a pure carb meal. and most every1 doesnt do well with pure carbs 24/7, some ppl can swing it like all fruit diets but honestly thats rediculous to eat just carbs all the time, though it can be done.

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on February 25, 2011
at 10:32 PM

Personally, I would stay away from Miracle Noodle and their products. Main ingredient appears to be glucomannan. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glucomannan

Efc949694a31043bfce9ec86e8235cd7

(970)

on February 25, 2011
at 11:41 PM

Would you please qualify your statement? Glucomannan is a dietary fiber derived from konjac. Why would you stay away from it?

1b53eabf4124ccf000720a5fe3027795

(50)

on March 04, 2011
at 11:21 PM

Just a personal thing for me. Too processed for my liking. Plus I don't agree with the idea of eating foods that are created to simulate other foods.

8508fec4bae4a580d1e1b807058fee8e

(6259)

on May 05, 2012
at 07:34 PM

They've been eaten in Japan for centuries ...

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on February 25, 2011
at 10:24 PM

Miracle Noodle ships to most states. They always have deals, and there are recipes on their site. http://www.miraclenoodle.com/

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