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    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.
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    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
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    I'd rather sub veggies or just eat rice noodles. I agree, marketing spammer.
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    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".

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    Just get some rice noodles, tinkyada is the best brand
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    Quote Originally Posted by sjmc View Post
    I love them... They can be eaten raw, but if you cook the crunch out of them they're very much like spaghetti.
    Are kelp noodles fishy smelling/tasting?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CDH View Post
    Are kelp noodles fishy smelling/tasting?
    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 Pork Skin Noodles « From Belly to Bacon

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    The point of paleo is to skip processed foods. This product misses that point. 'Nuff said.


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    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.

    http://www.facebook.com/cappellosglutenfree

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    Quote Originally Posted by canuck416 View Post
    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.

    http://www.facebook.com/cappellosglutenfree
    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!

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