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  1. Tara

    Yum! This is one of my favorite recipes from ‘Practically Raw’! I’ll be honest, I always make it with cooked noodles because kelp noodles were unavailable to me. However, kelp noodles just popped up at my local Whole Foods AND I have a spiralizer now. An all-raw version is in my future–but not until after it stops snowing….

  2. janet @ the taste space

    Looks incredibly delicious, Amber! I’ve used a similar recipe for a coleslaw + veggie salad which was great… and I bet this is awesome with kelp noodles, too. 🙂

  3. jenn

    Hey this is totally off the topic but since you’ve been checking out juice companies I was wondering if you’ve come across any in Hawaii. I recently moved to Oahu and can’t find any raw food interest here. Any info? Jenn

  4. Hannah

    This takes me right back to that beautiful, happy, wonderful day when I first arrived in Kansas City and squeezed you in a hug. xo

  5. Playful and Hungry

    Love it – I’m just afraid that kelp noodles are that expensive =/

  6. elamonster

    As always, I’m in awe of the versatility and flexibility you bring to food. It’s too bad when sharp lines are driven between what are, at least on one level, simply different methods of prep.

  7. shannonmarie (rawdorable)

    I like to mix raw and cooked foods this time of year, too (I’m also craving some lighter food options after Thanksgiving). Love this recipe.

  8. Bianca-Vegan Crunk

    I need to find kelp noodles! They look so neat!!

  9. heathypace

    Yummm! I love flexible dishes… I haven’t had kelp noodles in too long since I have to order from afar and your pics make me crave them! lol

  10. Richa

    i love simple nutty veggies and noodles. these are some gorgeous bowls of food i want to gobble up!

  11. Erin

    Oooh, shirataki is a great idea for this recipe! I made it with kelp noodles and really liked it, but shirataki would be great for that gooey, comforty factor versus the crunch of kelp.

  12. Little Sis

    Okay, I am now convinced to try those noodles. I’ve been eying them but haven’t done it yet. This convinces me it will be worth it. Looks lovely. Thanks for sharing!

  13. Jen @ Existential Evolution

    The new site is amazing! Beautiful, simple and user friendly. These noodles look so yummy. Can’t wait to try!

  14. Amy @FragrantVanillaCake

    These sound delicious! I love almond butter sauce, make it all the time! Delicious with noodles :)!

  15. Tonya Lafleur

    Great idea. Guess you really know what your doing. I’ll try this out soon.

  16. amber

    Hi Amber. LOVE, love the new site. WOW! So welcoming and cheerful. Well done.

    And this recipe, yum. I can tell it’s delicious! Love the ingredients.

    Hope you’re well.


  17. Alison @SassyMomChicago

    I was excited to try kelp noodles because we try to eat Paleo as much as possible. This recipe looks amazing but is there a trick to preparing kelp or a specific brand that is better?

    I found kelp noodles at Whole Food but they were disgusting. I really want to like because my kids crave pasta. They eat brown rice or quinoa pasta now but I’d love to cut out all together.

    I noticed you let the dish set for 2 hours. Do the noodles absorb whatever sauce is used?

  18. Heidi

    Kelp noodles are definitely something I have never tried. This looks so yummy! If you haven’t already, I’d love for you to visit my weeklyGluten-Free Monday party at OneCreativeMommy.com and link up any GF idea you would like to share. I hope to see you there.

  19. melissa

    Amber, thanks so much for your raw recipes! I have been trying to eat mostly vegan and heavily raw, and your book has been fantastic. We made the kelp noodle dish for the first time today, and it was incredible–flavorful, filling, and really beautiful on the plate. My husband loved it, too. Thank you!