Recipe Directions

Make noodles out of squash skin and pith, saving seeds for another dish. Mix arame, chopped avocado and chopped onions in a bowl with “noodles”. Make a sauce with next four ingredients and mix some or all to veggies (to taste). Serve on a bed of lettuce. Sprinkle with sesame seeds and serve with orange wedges.

Alpdesigns's Thoughts

This was inspired by my taste for Oriental food. The avocado makes it creamy, the dressing makes it sweet and sour.

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Nama Shoyu is raw soy sauce. And I think that the picture portrays it very well.

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I buy raw agave nectar. I don't think that dates would provide the same texture. Use seasalt if you don't eat nama shoyu.

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I would use blended dates, agave is not raw, at all. Neither is nama shoyu

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sounds very good, even though pictrue does not portray it. i would like to try it. thank you!

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Yes, ACV is apple cider vinegar. I originally used 2 TBS of nama shoyu and ammended that to 1 TBS. Use as much or as little as you prefer. It IS good! Simple too. Enjoy.

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I'm going to guess that ACV stands for apple cider vinegar. That would make it a more of a sweet and sour sauce. Looks good!

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what is ACV?

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This looks so good! I remembered seeing this but didn't know what catagory it was under! They need a catagory for noodles or lo mein! I'm going to make this with sugar snap peas and jicima!

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you mean one TSP?

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The second time I made it, I lowered the amount of nama shoyu too. I should ammend the recipe to 1 tbs.

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wow thats a lot of salt! Im gonna take it easy on the shoyu when I try this out. But it really does sound awesome!

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Yum, this is a good one! I needed something to do with all the yellow squash. :)

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