Review: Sea Tangle Kelp Noodles are a Raw Foodie’s Dream
Summary: Sea Tangle raw kelp noodles are an awesome noodle replacement for raw foodies! They can be used in various dishes and are especially good when marinated and added to a veggie dish.
Full Sea Tangle Kelp Noodles Review
These kelp noodles are a raw foodie’s dream because they are an awesome raw replacement for noodles! As the name implies, they are made from kelp and they have the shape of spaghetti noodles. When you first open the bag, the noodles need to be rinsed, and they are chewy and a little crunchy if you try to eat them right away.
Some people might like that, but I don’t, so I always soak them in either lemon or lime juice, or a marinade. As they absorb the liquid, they soften, expand, and become more the texture of a noodle. They are quite versatile and because they have a neutral flavor and since they are clear, they will also take on the lovely color of your marinade as well.
The absorbent quality is great because the noodles themselves become full of flavor, are more filling and, in my experience, easier to digest once they’ve been hydrated. It doesn’t look like you’re getting much when you see the noodles in the package, but once they expand, one bag goes a long way.
I also recommend chopping them up a bit, as they are very long and difficult to mange if you don’t cut them. These noodles have no fat or gluten and are low calorie, made totally from seaweed.
My favorite way to prepare them is to make a raw marinade, marinate the noodles in it for at least 30 minutes (longer is even better). Then mix them into a big salad with various veggies and massaged kale, using the leftover marinade for the dressing. The noodles are also great used in Asian style broth soups.
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