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    Quote Originally Posted by SCruz Carter View Post
    I use sea tangle brand noodles (available at whole paycheck) and LOVE them! flavor is neutral, great in meat sauce or pesto for traditional pasta and have been using them instead of rice with thai curries- everyone loves them, you just need to let the flavor soak in and they soften right up. I have 3 packages in my fridge now.
    Yes! I just figured out what's for dinner tomorrow. Sea Tangles and sea scallops with the fresh pesto I just made today. (My neighbors with the great garden are at it again, giving me the extras, this time a huge bag of basil.)

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    here are these usually sold

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    The scallops turned out nicely.
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    omg the soaking kelp in lemon water WORKS wonders. I made a mackerel peppers fry with the noodles afterwards....it was sooooo delish!

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    Think I could use lime juice for the soak? I almost always have limes~ need to settle on a dish for my noodles. Everything sounds so good!

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    I do not see why lime won't work? Apparently it is the acidity in the lemons, so anything with a high acidity content will suffice. Some people even use a little bit of vinegar instead!

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    I don't think it really even needs to be acidic. My noodles just soaked in some of the pesto sauce all afternoon. The flavor permeated and the texture softened, then just a quick stir fry before serving. I think the olive oil soaked in.

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    Bought a package of these to try - I'm intrigued!

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    Really want to try these, haven't hound them for a decent price over in England though :-(

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Conway View Post
    Really want to try these, haven't hound them for a decent price over in England though :-(
    I got mine at Netrition.com. Don't know if they ship to the UK but they probably do (?)

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