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from northern Nevada
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Comments about DHC GreeNoodle Plain:
When I opened the package of these noodles, there was a destinctive plant smell, but the favor when cooked was very mild. I tried the recipe I had seen in the DHC catalog/magazine, which was quite good. I like the fact that there are 2 dry noodle blocks in each package, for individual servings. But since I can purchase other types of Asian noodles for less, I probably won't buy these very often.
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Interesting Noodle Base
By An Inquisitive Helper
from Marlton, NJ
This is a good base for a stir fry meat and vegetable or Tofu and vegetable topping. It has more protein that most noodles.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
from New York
Cooks in 5 mins. Has a nice chewy texture. Salad recipe dhc provides is easy to make and delicious.
Two words. Yum-mee!
from New york
Try this with lemon tahini sauce. Excellent.
Yummy & Nutritious
from North Dakota
Easy base to use in whatever way you see fit. Good amount of protein and dietary fiber.
from Vista, CA
A quick way to turn salad into a treat!
FAST & Satisfying.
from Seattle WA
These little packs come with two "bricks" of noodles inside, so it is easy to prepare one serving, although truth be told, I can easily eat both bricks if it is my main dish. I LOVE pasta. This isn't as good as well-made al dente pasta, to be sure, but it is so quick and easy to make I find myself reaching for it frequently. A nice flavor. I usually just drizzle a little olive oil on it and sprinkle with fresh grated parmesan, maybe chop a tomato on top if I have one. This is something very nice to have on the shelf.
Had some DHC reward points so I decided to try these noodles. Was NOT disappointed! I used to love Ramen soups when I was younger (and broke) but wouldn't eat them as an adult due to the high-sodium, fat and MSG levels in most brands. I was stunned that the directions to make these noodles does not instruct one to salt the water as one would with ANY pasta or noodle product. Otherwise, you end up with a very bland result. I brought water to a boil, added kosher salt and plopped a serving of noodles in. Cooked for 2 minutes then strained. I had sauted some sliced carrots, celery and chopped onions in oil/butter until slightly softened, then added homemade chicken stock. I filled my bowl with the noodles, added some roasted chicken meat and topped with the hot stock with veggies. YUM! A fantastic meal!
from Vermilion, OH
Easy to prepare. The noodles plain need some additional flavor. I tried adding my own combination, but it still wasn't good enough. I like the nutritional content.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Easy, Easy& Easy
from Columbus, OH
I used the noodles in the recipe included in the monthly magazine. It was flavorful and a nice meal addition.