We recently ran a story on all the things besides zucchini noodles that you can make with a spiralizer, but this month, an Austin company is getting in the ready-to-cook vegetable noodle business.
Mason Arnold, founder of Greenling, who recently returned to the company after a short break, has started Veggie Noodle Co., which sells spiral-cut vegetables that can be eaten raw in salads or cooked to make pastas, side dishes, soups and more. The first two varieties are zucchini and sweet potato, but Arnold says that they’ll expand the line to include more vegetables as the year progresses.
On the website (veggienoodleco.com), the company provides instructions for making your own and recipes, so you’ll know what to do with these long strands of veggies. If you don’t want to make them yourself, you can buy the pre-cut “noodles” through Greenling.com, as well as on the shelves of Whole Foods Market downtown and Wheatsville Food Co-op. In stores, they cost about $4.99 for 10.7 ounces.