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Water, sodium alginate, kelp, konaberry.
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Reviews For Konaberry Kelp Noodles
Based on 13 Reviews
At first, I was concerned with the stiff texture and their stubbornness with being mixed into a salad. Eventually, once dressed, they gave in, softened a bit, and are a perfect consistency. These don't require cooking but do need to be soaked. They're pretty easy to use. If you like rice noodles, these are a fun alternative.
I LOVE these noodles because when cooked long enough, they soften up. I tried the other kelp noodles and they never softened up and stayed crunchy which were disgusting to me. These actually turned into regular soft noodles and my kids loved it!
Great heated and cold
They are great noodles - I like these noodles for one because of their low carb content but also because they are so versatile: nice and crunchy for salads when not cooked, and very rice noodle-like when heated in sauces or soups. I order both the miracle and the Sea Tangle noodles - the Sea Tangles are always gone first.
So this reminds me of a slightly seaweed tasting, spaghetti squash textured noodle. i really dont like it. for the texture/consistency, Id rather just eat Spaghetti Squash.. Miracle Noodles are the best next to noodle Ive found.
not for traditional noodles, but great for salads
I'm giving three stars because I don't think this product works at all for the noodles it's marketed as - spaghetti squash is a much better gluten-free substitute! - but the light, crisp texture makes me want to keep some in stock for making gourmet salads.
Just no ... for me
I am sure these are good, if you like this type of noodle, but I didn't like the taste or the texture. I am glad I tried it, but just no for me. :)
Did not care for the texture, was hoping to use as a spaghetti alternative. Too crunchy and not much flavor. was not sure if they could be cooked, either and no instructions were offered, other than to soak them.
kona berry noodles
After reading super antioxidants found in product I'm hooked. Thrive Market price on this product can not be beat!...I checked!!!
Did not have high expectations
These were good. Quite good. I made a broth for a sick friend and added these noodles to give it a little tooth. Friend enjoyed the soup and I was surprised how much I enjoyed these noodles. They have a nice texture, even after cooking, held up well with reheating and took on flavors of the dish. They were everything and more than I expected. Definitely a re-order item
LOVE this noodle!!
I just added this to my kale, cabbage, rainbow carrot salad with Tahini dressing. Fantastic! I made a noodle soup with it. Both worked pretty well. It is actually crunchy than smooth noodle texture, and I didn't expect it, but I just LOVE it! Great for low carb substitute.
We Have a WINNER!
I have found my pasta replacement! Easy to prepare, taste and texture are good, holds pasta sauce well.
They are on the "Al Dente" side, but that's OK for me. The carb load is near zero, and that's better than anything I have tried before...I've tried Sweet Potato starch noodles, Black Bean noodles, Soy Bean noodles, and Rice noodles.
Time to stock up... Pasta Sundays are ON again!
- Mark L.
It has a great crunch. Almost like the orange caviar that tops sushi. I though it was going to be fishy like the Shirakaki noodles which I can't stand. But it has no flavor at all. I mandolined a bunch of veggies and tossed with an Asiany dressing. It was pretty good.
The title says it all! First time trying this item. I like the taste and texture. A definite re-purchase item for me.
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