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Noodles Questions

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by 548 · about 17 hours ago

What are your thoughts on "Miracle Noodles"? Ingredients: water, glucomannan, calcium additive.

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greymouser 0 · May 21, 2013 at 6:37 PM

They are traditionally known as shirataki noodles. If you want to try them because of "zero calorie" or "remotely paleo" reasons, you will want to get the ones like "Miracle Noodles" that do not contain any soy or other bean ingredients. For... (more)

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by 15 · about 18 hours ago

I'm having a very hard time with Paleo and living on an extremely tight student budget. I love sweet potato, and often use it as a post workout recovery or meal filler. I've stumbled upon Sweet Potato vermicelli (noodles), in which the only... (more)

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Jon_8 0 · December 27, 2011 at 7:25 PM

As a fellow poor college student (literally, as I currently have about $150/month for food) attempting to eat in a Paleo way, my advice is eat as much "Paleo" food as you can afford, but don't worry if certain foods you eat are not Paleo.... (more)

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by 473 · about 18 hours ago

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... (more)

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Anastasia 0 · 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... (more)

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by 260 · about 18 hours ago

I know that neither eating rice nor noodles is considered paleo but people want to or tend to cheat once in a while. Which one do you think is the lesser evil, rice or noodles?

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DonAtCU 0 · March 19, 2010 at 12:22 AM

There's no gluten in rice. I'd choose mostly carbs over carbs plus gluten.

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by 0 · October 24, 2014 at 4:53 AM

I just purchased tapioca sticks by Hu Tieu Bot Loc. It looks like bean noodles normally used in Asian dishes. The ingredients are tapioca, salt, and water. Has anyone used this before and could share a recipe or two? I could not find any... (more)

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teosinte 0 · February 17, 2014 at 9:13 PM

I've never used tapioca sticks/noodles, but hu tieu (the dish + what these are for) is sort of like pho's crazy cousin... It's basically noodles in a pork and seafood broth, garnished with herbs (mainly garlic chives and chinese celery I... (more)

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by 5828 · October 24, 2014 at 4:09 AM

Mark's Daily Apple gave link love to this article: http://frombellytobacon.com/2012/06/25/pork-skin-noodles/ Has anyone made these? Are they as yummy as they look? (more)

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Kelleil 0 · August 14, 2012 at 4:03 AM

I gotta do this. Like right now. Omg.

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by 3280 · October 24, 2014 at 4:07 AM

Are there preservatives in pasta and/or rice noodles which prevent the product from going bad? Think about it: rice or wheat is harvested. Sometimes dried in a very disgusting... (more)

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MathGirl72 0 · June 20, 2012 at 2:50 PM

When the moisture is removed, it isn't a hospitable environment for the bacteria. Get them wet and they'll go bad.

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by 421 · October 23, 2014 at 3:07 AM

I ran across this site selling shirataki noodles. link text According to the site, they have zero calories & net-carbs. They are also high in water soluble fiber, and they are gluten & soy free. They are made with Konnyaku flour... (more)

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ben61820 0 · January 07, 2011 at 8:55 PM

I lived in japan for five years. I started using them there. Unlike many things that people think are common over there and actually are not, these actually are widely available over there. Like others have said, when I was trying to wean myself... (more)

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