Sea Tangle company specializes in kelp noodle products, which are raw 100%. They do not undergo any heating over 100 degrees Fahrenheit.
(from their words) Sea Tangle Noodle Company has been making Kelp Noodles in San Diego since 2001. We at Sea Tangle pride ourselves in providing our health-conscious customers with products that cater to those who are seeking alternative foods for their dietary needs.
Kelp is known to aid metabolism, promote weight loss, boost energy, aid in digestion, promote scalp and hair health, and help with thyroid function.
I have enjoyed kelp noodles since the beginning of my college years which was back in 2007. I found them at Whole Foods and through Ani Phyo raw recipe books. Not only are they versatile (can be used in salad, soup, pasta dishes), but the texture is almost crunchy that it’s very fun to eat them.
They only need to be rinsed before being added to whichever dishes. Some of the awesome recipes that I like are Kelp Noodle Salad, Simple Seaweed Salad, and Spicy Seaweed Salad.
The first one is using various herbs including rosemary, organic mustard seeds, chili powder, cayenne, onion powder, garlic powder, and curry powder. I loved the crunchiness and refreshing aroma. It was enjoyed cold in a summer day!
The second picture shows a very simple kelp recipe using A LOT of amount of cayenne pepper. Yes, I love dishes VERY spicy so love to just put whole bottle of cayenne to everything! lol. This one had touch of organic mustard that contained no salt.
The second picture shows a warm tomato soup that I put kelp noodles into. The crunchy texture of the noodle went away slightly as the heat made the noodles a bit more soft. This was perfect on a cold rainy day. Of course, I added a lot of cayenne and garlic powder!
Organic Green Tea Kelp Noodle is same as the original Kelp Noodle, except with the addition of green tea. Green tea provides anti-oxidants so you will get the benefits of kelp and green tea all in one!
Mixed Sea Vegetable contains a combination of nine different sea vegetables. Some are commonly known such as kelp (kombu), wakame, and hiziki while others are not widely available, such as seaweed stems and montagne. Sea vegetables are a tasty and great source of fiber, calcium, iron, potassium, magnesium, and iodine.
This was very similar to the SeaSnax’ SeaVegi that I reviewed few weeks back. I really enjoyed this in awesome seaweed salad form. I also tried this with kelp noodles which was perfect!
1. Have you ever tried kelp noodle before? Which recipe interests you?
2. Have you ever tried any raw dishes? What is your favorite dish?
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