Shirataki Noodles (Pack of 5)

Shirataki Noodles (p.c. of 5)

Shirataki Noodles (Pack of 5)

  • Its completely a beneficial form of fiber, they’ve almost no “bad” carbohydrates
  • Shirataki comes from the basis of a plant known as Amorphophallus Konjac grown in quite a lot of parts of Asia
  • It also contributes to fiber consumption, and could be a change for starchy noodles

Matsuda Shirataki Noodle Dumplings are delicious noodle dumplings rolled into bundles, low-carb, and excellent for a nutritious diet. Shirataki noodles absorb the flavour of no matter you add them to, so do not be shy with the sauce. These weight-loss noodles go away you feeling full and satisfied all-day long. Shirataki noodles include little carbs or calories, and are rich with dietary fiber.

Record Worth: $ 24.Ninety Five

Price: $ 13.49

2 Responses to Shirataki Noodles (Pack of 5)

  • nj gardner says:
    53 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    angel hair is best, January 22, 2010
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    This review is from: Shirataki Noodles (Pack of 5) (Misc.)

    Stick with the angel hair. They “chew” much better. I first tried the thick linguine one and it was like chewing rubber bands. I took a chance on the angel hair and it was actually very edible. Satifies the carb crave with no guilt. I get them at the supermarket cause AMAZON does not offer them with free shipping.

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  • Chasina Rosenbloom says:
    109 of 109 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Incredible for what it is, August 2, 2009
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    Chasina Rosenbloom (Portland Oregon USA) –

    This review is from: Shirataki Noodles (Pack of 5) (Misc.)

    I use these frequently. Calorie and carbohydrate free, but just as filling as spaghetti. Although they don’t taste like standard pasta, they’re a wonderful substitute for when you have carb cravings. The fishy smell rinses right away and they absorb the flavor of the sauce. A little on the strange side with texture – ‘rubbery’ sounds worse than it is, but I can’t figure out another description. Still really enjoy them. I use udon seasoning packets or boullion usually, but pasta sauce works well. I find that if you rinse and prepare them, then allow to sit an hour or so to absorb the flavor, it works really well. Toss them in the microwave and voila! Great product.

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