I haven't tried them because the only ones I can find here are the type made of tofu.
- kelp noodles -- these can either be eaten raw or cooked. they have no flavor on their own. they have zero calories and zero carbs. i make a damn good raw pad thai recipe with them. the trick to them is to rinse and soak them for 20 minutes in water with lemon juice to soften them/their consistency up, then rinse again so they don't taste like lemon.
- zucchini and yellow squash "ribbon" noodles. these are yum and are reminiscent of egg noodles. check out meadow's vlog for more info. my new fave comfort food.
- depending on how your body reacts to them, rice sticks and bean thread can be excellent occasional sensible indulgence options when you really gotta scratch that itch. you can find both in the international aisle or your Asian market. i can do the rice noodles/sticks, but not the bean thread. YMMV.
"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." -- Hippocrates