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JFC White Shirataki Noodles 16.0 oz

by JFC

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  • Low Calories, Low Carbs, Low Fats, Low Sugars
  • Gluten Free
  • The perfect weight loss noodle!
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Indications
Rinse product thoroughly and use as any other noodle

Ingredients
Purified water, yam flour, and hydrated lime

Directions
Rinse product thoroughly and use as any other noodle

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Product Description

For a healthy and filling meal, look no further than fiber-rich Shirataki Noodles. These low carb noodles are the perfect dish for health-conscious eaters. Loaded with health benefits, these weight loss noodles leave you feeling full and satiated. Shirataki noodles have a unique aroma.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1.3 pounds
  • ASIN: B002GDH5Y8
  • UPC: 011152449951
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #217,285 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Erin Porter on August 5, 2010
These are my new favorite Shirataki Yam Noodles. They have a great texture and hold up very well. They are just as filling as House Foods' Tofu Shirataki, but they have 0 calories! Finally You make a great tasty sauce and enjoy it!

My advice when cooking Shirataki noodles? If you're a first-timer, cut the bag over a strainer holding it upright. Do not take any deep breaths and breathe through your mouth. The liquid keeping the noodles doesn't smell good. Although I didn't smell JFC's, it might have been because of experience. Rinse the noodles thoroughly in cold water. Squeeze lemon juice over the noodles (it's a palette cleanser, so it helps rinse away any of the suspension liquid's flavor), and continue rinsing. Microwave the noodles on a paper towel for 2 minutes, or take the blow dryer to them. Make sure they are really dry. I like to microwave them with lemon, lime or a wasabi vinaigrette, depending on what type of food I am preparing to help the noodles start soaking up flavors.

The noodles will absorb the flavors of whatever you cook them in, so depending on how long you cook the noodles in the sauce, they may or may not taste up to your standards. This is why I try to pre-flavor them unless they are going into soup.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By S. Cudjoe on February 11, 2011
Shirataki Noodles are made from Konjac yams. The noodles without tofu added is 0 calories. Also, it has less than 1g of carbs per serving which is 3oz. I have eaten Shirataki noodles many times before with the tofu added. Today I got the JFC brand at The Hong Kong market here in Texas. I made a quick soup with a vegan bouillon cube. I rinsed the noodles then added it to the soup. I had it on the stove for approx 1 minute. The first time I ever made Shirataki Noodles I cooked it like regular pasta and it turned into a gel--this was years ago. I learned that was the worst mistake to make and changed how I eat these noodles. The next time I made it correctly and tried to eat it with pasta sauce. That didn't work for me, the flavors did not merry and I was accustomed to the hard texture of pasta. Furthermore, to get an idea, the noodles are similar to the texture of vermicelli rice noodles. The longest it should be put into boiling water is approx a minute or two so it can warm up. I was afraid that these noodles will fall apart. The tofu shirataki is definitely a harder texture which I like but I quickly found out the JFC white Shirataki noodles were nothing to be afraid of. The product has no taste, so seasoning it will be helpful. This product is perfect for me and I will continue using it.

Update:
I did some more research on Shirataki noodles in order to expand my ideas with recipes. I found that the reason that my shirataki noodles may have turned into mush was because it expired. It seems Shirataki noodles is still good for a year and even after it is still edible however it would turn to mush if cooked too long. These noodles also apparently shrink and become thinner, something it seems some people like.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Asha jones on January 2, 2012
I am a low carb diet and these noodles have been a Godsend. I went on the atkins before and lost sixty pounds and gained it all back once I ate carbs. Before I went without carbs cold turkey, but it unrealistic as I need to adapt this as a lifestyle (diabetes runs in my family, but I don't have it yet). I used this noodles in mostly asian dishes such as pad thai and beef and brocoli which both came out superb. I can really see the difference in how I feel after I eat them total energy and i defintely don't have the sluggish feeling after eating traditional carbs. Warning: the first time you eat these you may be running to the bathroom because of the high concentration of fiber. Today, I plan to use these with my traditional spagethetti with my low carb homemade sauce, and it should come out excellent as these noodles absorb any flavor you cook with. In my opinion, these are the noodles you start out with when you are trying to lose weight and once you get to your goal you can switch it up with tofu shirataki ( which have carbs but still very low in comparison to traditional) as it resembles traditional noodles with more shape varieties such as fettucini, macaroni,angel hair etc.

UPDATE: The spaghetti came out wonderful and taste wise i could not tell the difference! THe texture will take some getting used to , but there now is absolutely no need to use traditional flour pasta anymore. When you get these noodles, just rinse for five minutes to get rid of the seafood smell which really isn't that bad at all ,season and add to your favorite dish
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By David Fuller on December 15, 2012
I can get this exact brand and the 16 oz. size for 2 dollars a bag at the Japanese grocery by my house. The price on here seems crazy...Why not charge a hundred bucks a bag?
By the way. I love the noodle and the no carb attributes, I eat them all the time. Just thought I would shop on here to buy them but no way I am going to mortgage my house to buy them on Amazon instead.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 23, 2012
These noodles have no calories. Quite a bit is written about how terrible they smell. Frankly, it is true. However, it is easily dealt with. I open up the bag, drain the noodles in a strainer, and continue to soak the noodles in warm water from the tap for some 30 minutes or so. They are great for use in soups. They also work well in any situation where there will be a strongly flavored sauce. They do not tend to take up the taste of the sauce they are cooked in. To be quite honest, if I had a choice between these and the regular Vietnamese rice noodle I would certainly eat the regular Vietnamese noodle however the calories and carbohydrates are not workable for me. The fact that these have insignificant calories and carbohydrates trumps any minor problems I have with taste and texture.

You should be aware that these are available from local stores for quite a bit less. I bought 20 bags of these yesterday from my local Asian store in a small to medium town for 2 dollars and 15 cents per bag.
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