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Check this out: https://www.amazon.com/Noodle-Revolution-Noodles-Certified-Vermicelli/dp/B0CR844MLZ?

Noodle Revolution - Keto Noodles (Just 1G Carbs), Made From Egg Whites, 10G Protein, Taste & Texture Just Like Real Noodles, Ready To Eat, Keto Certified, Certified Paleo (Ramen & Vermicelli, Two)

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  • A true "Revolution" in alternative pasta. So much better than Konjac/Shirataki noodles, kelp, etc, And no bad smell!
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Interesting, I’d be willing to try them as long as algae extract didn’t affect me. Being the smallest ingredient on there it probably wouldn’t.

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  • 2 weeks later...
On 2/21/2024 at 9:47 PM, Robyn said:

Anyone use Kelp Noodles on an Animal Based Diet?

I have not. I have used shiritaki noodles in the past when i was doing keto. They were okay with asian type dishes and soups but was a less than satisfying substitute for spaghetti with tomato sauce. 

I never heard of kelp noodles, so I looked it up...


Sounds like it would be worth trying on a ketogenic diet, and even your animal-based diet if you are making some allowance for certain select vegetables.

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10 hours ago, Geezy said:

I wonder if rolling up some Egglife Wraps and then slicing them thin would make a decent substitute?


They're precooked, so they would just need to be sliced and then brought up to temperature.

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