0 calories they said... 0 carbs they said... High in fiber they said... What they didn't say - if you eat a package, you will empty the contents of your stomach in the gym parking lot. For those that have never heard of the noodles, they are a yam based noodle that is basically made up of insoluble fiber. After reading rave reviews, I decided to give it a try as a pseudo ramen noodle substitute. Pros: It actually tasted pretty good. It is a bit chewier than regular noodles, but if I didn't know what it was, I would just assume it was slightly under cooked rice noodles. Cons: It cannot be digested (hence the 0 calorie part). When I threw up, the noodle had not been broken down at all. It now feels like I have swallowed a basketball, and I can barely move. With that being said, I will definitely eat it again. My mistake was that I ate the entire package at once (600 grams worth), so I think it was just too much fiber for my system to handle in a single meal. For low carb fiends or people trying to reduce calories, it is certainly an interesting alternative to pasta. It can be purchased at most Asian and health food stores. Pretty cheap as well - I paid $1.99 for each package. Just thought I would share my misfortune.