Recipe Directions

Spiralize the daikon, set aside
whisk together the soy sauce, oil, and sweetener
chop the plum into little pieces (optional step)
mix it all together and enjoy with chopsticks!

Elizabethh's Thoughts

Has a really delicious and authentic noodle flavour, so quick and easy to make, and SOOO delicious. i love it!

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I have to say, i didn't think i'd like this at all, but it has since become a staple for me! Everything balances out really nicely! I don't use the Nama Shoyu at all, i just added some sea salt and it turned out really well!!! Thanks for adding this!

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Hey everyone! What have you been eating with the noodles?

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oops! yeah i did, ume plums would be the kind to use. sorry, i'll fix that!

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Elizabethh - this looks lovely and simple. Did you accidentally leave out the plum from your ingredients list? Just wondering if you used ume plums since I have some in my cubboards that I've been waiting to use in a good recipe.

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mmm.. this sounds cool. but where's the plum in the ingredients?

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Mmmm, this sounds so good. Gots to get me one of those spiral slicers.

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That looks awesome! I love noodles made from veggies.

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Wow that looks nummy! I am going to give that a whirl for sure, thanks!

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