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?
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).
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.