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Kelp Noodles

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Kelp Noodles by Sea Tangle can sometimes be hard to find in your local grocery stores.  It depends on where you live.  Though I have been seeing an increase of these popping up.  I often find mine at WholeFoods, on-line such as here, and in nutrition stores.

Kelp Noodles are a sea vegetable in the form of an easy to eat raw noodle.  Made of only kelp (a sea vegetable), sodium alginate (sodium salt extracted from a brown seaweed), and water.

Ingredients: Water, kelp, sodium alginate. (Sodium alginate is a sodium salt derived from brown seaweed. It is known to help remove heavy metals from your body.)

Nutritional Facts:

To Soften the Noodles:

They won’t get super soft but you can tenderize them a bit by:


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8 thoughts on “Kelp Noodles

  1. imani says:

    where can i obtain kelp noodles…very interested..ty

  2. Carrie says:

    I made an incredibly yummy dish with raw soaked kelp noodles for lunch… dressed with raw almond butter (1 tbsp), tamari (1 tsp), minced garlic, ACV (3-4 tbsps), chipotle powder (to taste), and a touch of sesame oil (maybe 1 tsp-ish). Incredibly yummy and so filling.

  3. Gina says:


    I am brand new to the raw food diet and just wanted to say I love your site and your recipes!

    I would like to try these kelp noodles. I have a Whole Foods here but was wondering would they be in the vegan fake dairy section or are they on a shelf.

    Thanks so much :)

    • amie-sue says:

      Hi Gina, welcome!

      I found mine in the Vegan cooler section, if you don’t see them there, ask an employee. Have a great day, amie sue

  4. Nicole says:

    I ordered the kelp noodles as you guided above. Just received them….yay!

    Leaving that for Sunday, I go on vacation next week Wednesday and boy am I looking forward to trying out more of these dishes.

    I live in Trinidad & Tobago, so we don’t always have some of the ingredients you mentioned. I’ll probably be writing you more for a bit of advice, hope you won’t mind:-)

    • amie-sue says:

      It is always fun to try new things. I am so glad that you stepped out of your comfort zone to test these out. I know it can be hard to get some ingredients… I have to order some myself. You are always welcome to ask questions… that is why I do all this… to help (when I can) Have a wonderful vacation! amie sue

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