They're not actually "no-calorie." That's a marketing trick where they subtract calories because of the fiber and use a very small serving size. They're somewhere between 15 and 30 calories for a normal serving. That's still a lot less than regular pasta, of course, but it's fairly much in line with spaghetti squash and options like that, which also give you vitamins.
I've tried them. I went ahead and used the whole package, but I didn't bother to buy them again. They're not bad, really, but they just don't taste or feel like food to me. IMO, it's kind of like chewing on shredded plastic bags, but slightly less tough. They're also quite expensive compared to whole grain pastas or spaghetti squash.
Definitely don't buy them on line-- that's absurdly expensive, and generally you have to buy a large amount, so it could be a lot of waste if you don't like them. Look for them in supermarkets; you should be able to find them unless you're in a very small town. They're in the refrigerator case, not on the shelf.
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