iHerb Customer Reviews
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Posted by Reviewer1993523 on Dec 26, 2011
I love it even just with cream, butter and grated cheese.
Pretty good gluten free
Posted by Reviewer1479874 on Nov 14, 2011
I really liked these. They have a good texture and pick up the flavor of whatever you cook with them. I added some spaghetti sauce & soy cheese and it was a pretty good substitute for "regular" spaghetti.
Posted by Reviewer1763059 on Nov 27, 2011
I can eat it again! The first smell is a bit awful but it doesnt smell after you rinse and boil the pasta.
Posted by KrisHolth on Aug 28, 2012
Dosen`t really taste much. Is like regular rice noodles. Do not reheat it, they get like rubber.
Posted by Reviewer1476394 on Oct 21, 2014
What a great alternative to pasta and noodles! chop these up and put them in soups, cook them with pasta sauce, stir fry them...the list goes on. I find you do need to wash them well because they smell a bit (they're in brine). you may also need to cook them for awhile(longer than stated)they're not as chewy that way. They're extremely filling so great if you're on a diet or need to cut down! love them!
Your diet solution in a bag.
Posted by 4947015229219833424 on Apr 28, 2015
I've been using shirataki noodles for the last few weeks (all brands, not just this one). All of them taste the same with minor variations in consistency. Once you get over the confronting fishy smell of the noodle (goes away with washing - just hold your breath or breathe through your mouth for a minute or two) and get used to the al dente texture of the noodle, these are literally a divine gift to dieters. You'd be mad not to get on board with this. I have used these in a bunch of different dishes, though I recommend not freezing them - I've found that defrosting these noodles causes them to shrivel up and become harder to chew through. I got some stuck in my teeth, that was kind of awkward. Use them in anything and everything from stir fries to pasta dishes - it doesn't matter, they don't have a taste and won't clash with your meal. Eat up!
Chewy, but a pretty good substitute
Posted by 4782536685295490376 on Jan 03, 2014
with a flavoured tomato pasta sauce and some peas and tofu, makes a filling low cal meal. No fishy taste or smell as I had heard.
Great product but prefer the angel hair version
Posted by Siljel on Dec 28, 2011
When the noodles are this big, or rather fettuccini pasta, it didn't work so great for me. The texture was off and tasted a bit bland/weird. However, the same product, only as angel hair noodles (very very thin) worked GREAT in a dish. Don't use as main dish, but mix it into a dish.
Terrible Smell that just lingers and really makes it hard to eat
Posted by 4622079126259214095 on Jun 10, 2014
They looked really nice in the packet but once opened the fishy smell hits you and no matter how much rinsing the smell was still there. Boiled them as directed and still smelly. If these did not have that fishy smell they would have actually not been that bad. Kids refused to eat them as you could still smell the fishy smell. Sorry will not buy again :(
Too rubbery due to the fettuccini form.
Posted by Reviewer1747071 on Jul 28, 2011
Even though I tried to mix in some corn starch, I was not able to eat these. They simply didn't resemble something edible. Just felt like eating rubber bands.