10g Protein Noodles FAQ


What do Protein Noodles taste like?

The noodles are made using Wild Alaska Pollock, which has a mild, delicate taste. Although they are made from fish, there is nothing fishy about these noodles. They are flavor neutral and work well with a variety of sauces/seasonings.

Once thawed, can they be refrozen?

Because refreezing will likely cause overall quality changes, we do not recommend that the Protein Noodles be refrozen.

How do I prepare the Protein Noodles?

Hot Preparation

Skillet: Heat Protein Noodles and 1 tsp of water in a skillet over medium/medium-high heat for 2 minutes or until heated all the way through.

Boil: Place thawed Protein Noodles in boiling water for approximately 45 seconds to heat thoroughly. Drain and Prepare with your favorite sauce. 

Microwave:  Place Protein Noodles in a microwave safe bowl. Cover. Heat on high for 1 minute. Allow to sit covered for 1 minute.

Cool Preparation

Thaw: Thaw first then empty Protein Noodles into a bowl. There’s no need to rinse the noodles before adding them to your favorite recipes. Click here for recipe inspiration.

Are the Protein Noodles healthy?

Our Protein Noodles are made with 8 all-natural ingredients. They are high in protein, lower carb, low calorie, non-GMO, and gluten free. Each 3 oz serving contains 10 g protein, 70 calories, 7 carbs, 0 g fat, 70 mg Omega-3. They are non-GMO and gluten Free.

What are the ingredients in Protein Noodles?

  • Wild Alaska Pollock
  • Egg Whites
  • Water
  • Tapioca Starch
  • Cane Sugar
  • Sea Salt
  • Potato Starch
  • Citric Acid

Are they safe to consume while pregnant?

The Protein Noodles are made with Wild Alaska Pollock; a low-mercury fish recommended for pregnant women by the FDA.

Is the fish used in the Protein Noodles sustainable and environmentally friendly?

Because it’s the largest sustainable fishery on earth, and traceable from finished product to the boat, its safety and consistency of supply are assured for generations to come. As a fishing company whose success is dependent on the sustained abundance of commercial fishery resources, we strongly support the protection of our marine environment. The harvesting method used is “mid-water” trawling. Trawl fishing uses a cone-shaped net bag, which is towed behind the boat. The bag scoops up fish as it trails along. Many nets use heavy doors to keep the net mouth open and chains to keep the net end down.

Is Wild Alaska Pollock a halal and/or kosher fish?

Yes! Wild Alaska Pollock have both fins and scales.

Can the Protein Noodles be consumed if I’m allergic to shellfish?

The Protein Noodles are made using finfish, they do not contain shellfish.

Do I need to be concerned about mercury or PCBs?

The great news is: Because Alaska is thousands of miles away from large sources of pollution, these distances, combined with the Earth’s patterns of circulation of water and air, help to ensure that Alaska’s waters are among the cleanest in the world. Alaska’s seafood is rated LOW in concerns regarding contamination by pesticides, petroleum derivatives, PCBs, metals, and bacteria.

Is the fish used wild or farmed?

Any concerns about the procedures of farming are nonexistent because Wild Alaska Pollock is caught in the wild. And in many cases, processed right on board our ships.