Listen. Kelp Noodles.

Due to some recent health issues I am currently grain-free. So a kelp noodle is sounding pretty good to me about now. Plus I have read “kelp noodle” and “life changing” in the same sentence more than a couple of times lately. A sea vegetable in the form in the noodle is big in the food allergy world. Big!

The best use of kelp noodles I have seen so far is here from one of my favorite blogs Healthy and Holistic.

I am going to be experimenting with them all week. They can be used as a substitute in a regular noodle dish, in salads or added to soups. They don’t need to be cooked.

Last night I made a simple chicken broth with them. Here is the recipe:

Chicken Broth with Kelp Noodles

  • Simmer water, chicken bones, onion, garlic and salt over low heat 2-3 hours.
  • Strain broth.
  • Add kelp noodles.

Would love to hear if/how you are “kelp noodling”it! -Julie

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7 thoughts on “Listen. Kelp Noodles.

  1. Wow! That looks so good. So colorful–I want to eat it off of my computer screen! Love, Mom

    cookingintuitive wrote: > WordPress.com > Julie Hansen Intuitive posted: “Due to some recent health issues I am > currently grain-free. So a kelp noodle is sounding pretty good to me > about now. Plus I have read “kelp noodle” and “life changing” in the > same sentence more than a couple of times lately. A sea vegetable in > the form i” >

  2. After reading Sheila’s post last week about kelp noodles, I picked up a package at Whole Foods. I’m going to try them on Friday. Will let you know. I like your idea here, Julie. – Cathy

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