Recipe Directions

Marinade:
Combined olive oil, garlic, agave, salt, Nama Shoyu, paprika, white pepper, chili flakes and saffron in a bowl. Mix well with a spoon. Add curry then mix well.
Veggies:
Mix all the rest of the ingredients in a bowl. Add the carrot juice. Mix in the marinade and massage the veggies. Place the veggies in a teflex sheet and dehydrate for 20 mins at 105 degrees just to soften the veggies a bit.
Place drained noodles in a bowl. Take the veggies out of the dehydrator and mix it in the noodles. Mix until well incorporated.
Garnish with chopped green onions and cilantro. Serve with a slice of lemon. Squeeze a little lemon on the noodles and enjoy!

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This came out delicious. One of my favorite dishes…I know I have lots of them! My hunny loved it…:-)

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3relefords,
hey i was looking for them all over in alpharetta and ould not find them. could you tell me please the name and the address of the shop in marietta.
thanks in advance.

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I found some today at life grocery store in Marietta, they were about 4 dollars for the package, but there are alot of noodles in the package. I'm going to make this with my peanut sauce from the site. Thanks all. By the way, I purchase saffron whole form from the famrers market and then put them in the grinder-saffron. I only pay 1 dollar for the saffron, isn't that cool!!!!

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I found some today at life grocery store in Marietta, they were about 4 dollars for the package, but there are alot of noodles in the package. I'm going to make this with my peanut sauce from the site. Thanks all. By the way, I purchase saffron whole form from the famrers market and then put them in the grinder-saffron. I only pay 1 dollar for the saffron, isn't that cool!!!!

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I really want to make this, but I have't ben able to find Kelp noodles. I live in Ga, if anyone knows where I can purchase some locally I would appreciate it. Thanks in advance.

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Thanks! The price for saffron at Whole Foods is scary!

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achin70, tip, oriental markets or indian markets sell a lot for a small price...don't tell anyome!

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Note: I made a correction the Himalayan salt, not sure why it was 1 tablespoon! gah, too much salt - I changed it 1 teaspoon.

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Say, is there a good substitute for saffron? It's a pretty expensive spice.

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i am going to try to answer the best i can:
omshanti, chili lime dressing - no idea but i can do some research on it and see what I can come up with
ilikenuts, I would say replace soy with Himalayan salt or Kelp powder but you will have to taste - start out putting some then taste until to desired - I use Himalayan salt and Kelp powder a lot to substitute with soy sauce, sometimes the soy sauce can be pretty over powering if used a lot!
greenridge, here is a site with info on the kelp noodles: http://www.kelpnoodles.com/products_seatangle_noodles.html - it should answer your questions :-)
Hope that helps! all so interesting questions and curiosity! that's cool...:-)

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I've never heard of kelp noodles. What are these? Are they truly raw?

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sINGAPORE NOODLES!!!! thing is, is there any raw subsitute for soy since im allergic to wheat and soy. salt will set its flavour back a bit i think.

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I left you a question under food prep but thought id try here since this is a new recipe! hope you see it...I Love all your recipes! and sea tangle noodles they actually are right down the street from me! anyhoo here is the question, i cant seem to reproduce the chili lime dressing used at many thai places on salad any ideas? thanks

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ha ha! i am having so much fun and most of these recipes are my meals to eat for lunch and dinner! I do feel like I have a restaurant but only for two people! you made me laugh!
you can order kelp noodles here: http://www.kelpnoodles.com/products_seatangle_noodles.html

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Where do you get your kelp noodles? I'm having a had time finding them in Ohio! Oh,yeah, forgot. Are you sleeping? You haven't stopped turning out great looking recipes for at least 2-3 weeks! Thank you!

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