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Hello, all!  (Americans, did you vote??  ;> )  
Gotta question...
yesterday during the usual grocery shopping trip, I was looking at the
Asian won-ton wraps and such, and also found Asian noodles (all of this is
in the cold section).  They seemed kinda dough-y in the package, much like
the wraps that are ready to fill and then fry/cook/whatever.  (Each serving
had about 160 calories or something close to that, and 0 fat grams.)  I am
wondering how to make the noodles on my own, perhaps using whole wheat
flour instead to increase the nutritional value.  Is it a fairly simple
process?  How do I go about doing this?  Any helpful tips or recipes would
be greatly appreciated!

Thanks a lot,