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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, but you never know, I have seen an increase of these popping up.  I often find mine at WholeFoods, online, and in nutrition stores.

Sea Vegetable

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.

What are they made from?

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:

Serving Size 4 oz:

To Soften the Noodles:


12 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

  5. Adele61 says:

    I have some kelp noodles on hand! Which of your recipes use them? I am having no luck searching the site (low techy here).

  6. Laughingfrog says:

    I have yet to find any reliable source who has actually been to their production site in person. Years ago when they first came out I researched the process , since I didn’t feel very good after eating them. They are made from sodium alginate, which is neither raw nor natural. Some pretty harsh chemicals are involved in the process of extracting it to get the powder to make the noodles. You can check it out at https://www.kimica.jp/en/alginate/process/. I definitely wouldn’t call this a healthy food and recommend we eat actual seaweed instead of these “noodles”.

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