I agree with JoanieL Primal is about changing how we see what food is, not trying to find substitutes for SAD crap.
The Paleo Pasta the whole add looks like a re-write of SAD advertising....oh look at all that fibre...look at all those vitamins...give me a steak with to servings of veg any day.
I've been almost vegetarian for all my life. I've been primal for almost a year. And just since recently i've started preferring meat over pasta. It can take a while
I'd rather sub veggies or just eat rice noodles. I agree, marketing spammer.
I don't like spaghetti squash as a noodle replacement. (I like it okay when it is a side-dish in its own right, but not trying to use it for a "noodle".)
I like zucchini and yellow squash as "noodles".
Just get some rice noodles, tinkyada is the best brand
[QUOTE=sjmc;986910]I love them... They can be eaten raw, but if you cook the crunch out of them they're very much like spaghetti.[/QUOTE]
Are kelp noodles fishy smelling/tasting?
[QUOTE=CDH;986944]Are kelp noodles fishy smelling/tasting?[/QUOTE]
No they're not "funky" at all -- pretty tasteless really.
On the topic of things to use for noodles:
I've also used 'enotaki' (sp?) mushrooms before. You can pull them apart like string cheese.
And check this out [url=http://frombellytobacon.com/2012/06/25/pork-skin-noodles/]Pork Skin Noodles « From Belly to Bacon[/url]
The point of paleo is to skip processed foods. This product misses that point. 'Nuff said.
This company in Colorado has gluten free, grain free pasta made from almond flour. Supposed to be good, but I have not tried it. For those looking for your pasta fix, this might be the least offensive option.
[QUOTE=canuck416;987063]This company in Colorado has gluten free, grain free pasta made from almond flour. Supposed to be good, but I have not tried it. For those looking for your pasta fix, this might be the least offensive option.
Expensive noodles but an interesting recipe and intriguing product. Thanks for this info. There's a store about 15 miles from me that carries it. I'll have to check it out. Good on ya!