iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: CA$1.86 (30% off)
Customers who live in Japan are only allowed to order up to 5 kg of the above product 1 month per household, which equals to about 14 bags per month.
great in salad
Posted by 4629746122803695099 on Jun 07, 2016
Seakelp is good for your health and this is fantastic in salad. The pack is for use multiple times. The advice i give is to soak the kelp at least 10-15 minutes in water else it still too hard
Posted by 5333723094030338574 on Jun 26, 2016
Very quick and to use. Great in stir fries. I also use this to replace rice or pasta.
Posted by 5736327115534101135 on Aug 01, 2016
We've been eating these noodles for years now. They're crunchy to start out and when you add a sauce they soften. They;e a good alternative to wheat pasta ! Generally I thin slice lots of veges to mix with them and add a sauce - the noddles themselves are pretty much tasteless so they don't overtake any dish. Also, they are apparently a raw product !
Love these noodles!
Posted by 4763573045030381125 on Sep 18, 2016
Best price at iherb, thanks!! These are a regular buy for me :)
tasty and versatile
Posted by 5212864798302410313 on Nov 30, 2016
These are best rinsed and then stirfried - they give a really nice crispy crunch when used in a stirfry and take on the flavour of your sauce.
Posted by 5076779262713623758 on Dec 12, 2016
Fancy eating an amazing noodle that helps to pull toxins out of the body? Kelp noodles do just that! This food is useful in all noodle dishes and a handful served at the bottom of your bowl and topped with hot soup is delicious!
Love this brand
Posted by 5269932169978061716 on Jan 02, 2017
Posted by Reviewer2184515 on Jul 24, 2012
Great healthy alternative to pasta. I just pour warm water over them and fresh vegetables to get them warm, drain and then add my favorite sauce.
Easy to use and zero carbs!
Posted by SazfromIreland on Sep 28, 2012
A great tip to soften them which another reviewer gave is to soak them in water with a squeeze of lemon or vinegar. If you can cook them for a while in your sauce also, they will soak some of the flavour.
Legal to Norway
Posted by audmarlen on Oct 19, 2012
A little bit better than miracle noodles!