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Konjac Shirataki Angel Hair Pasta Noodles 8.8 oz.


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  • Zero Carb, Zero Calories, Zero Guilt!
  • HCG Diet, Atkins Diet, Low Carb Safe!
  • Taste Great! No Fishy Taste!
  • Great hot or cold!
  • Good Source of Fiber!
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Konjac foods - Shirataki noodles .... are naturally water soluble fiber with no fat, sugar, starch, or protein. contain zero net carbohydrates and zero calories. are wheat and gluten free. Pure Vegetable can be stored in the room temperature for about one year. Don't need refrigeration JAS (Japan Agricultural Standard) Cetified Organic are translucent and gelatinous, with no flavor of their own - they easily absorb the dominant flavors of any soup or dish. are instant and come in a variety of styles and shapes - you can simply toss salsa with Konjac instant pasta for a quick meal

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What you need to prepare shirataki noodles? 1. A small strainer. 2. Water to rinse. (You may notice a "fishy" smell when you open up the package. The smell is from the water in the package and not the noodles. The smell will disappear after you rinse the noodles). 3. A good family pasta recipe or healthy vegetables, seafood, chicken, spices - the list is endless! 4. Family and friends to enjoy your new found health discovery! Nutrition Facts: Serving Size 3 oz., Servings Per Container 3, Calories 0, Calories from Fat 0, Total Fat 0g, Saturated Fat 0g, Trans Fat 0g, Cholesterol 0mg, Sodium 0mg, Total Carbohydrate 3g, Dietary Fiber 3g (soluble fiber), Sugars 0g, Protein 0g. Ingredients: Konjac glucomannan fiber, food grade calcium hydroxide. Keep refrigerated after opening. Konjac Foods can be stored in room temperature with the shelf life about one year.

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.5 x 5 x 3 inches ; 8.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001IQ1ITM
  • UPC: 180245000024
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,825 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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103 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Karma Warrior on October 30, 2009
Konjac (often also called shirataki) noodles are fairly new to the American market, so don't be turned off by negative reviews, learn about this product, try several different varieties, maybe several different brands, try to cook it with different meats and veggies, and I believe most of you will like this product.
DO NOT expect it to taste like regular (made out of flour) pasta because it won't. These noodles are made from yam root plus fiber. Konjac noodles have no taste and will absorb any flavor you introduce into the dish. They tend to be kind of "rubbery", so if you're offended by that, try tofu shirataki noodles (these are original konjac noodles with added tofu). They are softer than original konjac noodles. They also look white which makes them look more like regular pasta. Try both kinds and then make up your mind.
Both kinds come water packed and both have to be rinsed THOROUGHLY before use. I, personally, prefer original konjac noodles because (to me) tofu shirataki noodles have a fishy kind of odor, it takes longer to rinse it out of them and the smell still lingers sometimes (or maybe my nose is too sensitive). Konjac noodles can be stored at room temperature and shirataki tofu noodles need to be refrigerated.

In any case, check out the many sites dedicated to this great product and I am sure you'll find a recipe or two to your liking. This product is as close as you'll get to zero calorie food. That said, let me give you one more friendly advice:
this type of food is NOT nutritious, so make sure you are taking your vitamins and/or get the necessary nutrients from other foods. This product would definitely be beneficial to people looking for a low glycemic impact food.
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Patrice S. Goldfarb on June 17, 2009
My husband read about these noodles and I decided to try them. They arived fully cooked in a plastic bag. I was a little hesitant to try them at first because I didn't expect them to be cooked and thought they might taste soggy. We heated them up and served them with a seafood dish. I was amazed at how good they tasted. Almost identical to flour based pasta (and only 20 cals/serving!)

After researching these noodles on the internet, I was delighted to find out how many health benefits they had. I would recommend this product to anyone who wants to lose weight, prevent heart disease, balance their insulin levels.... Try it and enjoy!
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Living La Vida on August 28, 2009
Received these and made a stir fry dish the same night. Noodles have a texture all their own and I LOVE them (husband likes them, too). They are basically tasteless on their own and they pick up flavors from the dish they are in so spicy dishes are the perfect place for these noodles. So far I've used them in stir-frys and soups. These noodles have No calories and zero carbs after you minus the fiber, how wonderful is that !!!!! If you're looking for this noodle to taste just like regular pasta, it won't. BUT if you like trying new things and learning to use new foods, these noodles are the way to go. Besides, knowing these have no calories and zero net carbs makes me a happy "dieting" camper.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By M. Coffey on December 8, 2009
I love these noodles and ordered by bulk directly from Konjac. This will be an ongoing order for me. They come packed in a water tight bag. You just rinse, add your other ingredients and heat up. There is a strong fish smell upon opening. However, once they are rinsed and mixed with other foods, they automatically take on the taste of the food. Just as good as spaghetti. The bags are 9 oz. each and it feeds two people, even though it does not look that big. Excellent for low carb diets. I'll never use regular pasta again.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Deila ~ *Qu Boudica* on January 15, 2013
Welcome to the tutorial of Konjac Noodles: How to Prepare and Where to Buy! If you follow the directions provided to you here, you should have no trouble ordering them by the case (24-9 oz packages) at less than $2 per package (including S&H)(AS OF 15Jan2013) AND I will give you some tips and tricks on how to PREP THEM for cooking in ANY dish.

I have been an avid user of Amazon for many years. I find MOST of the time ordering from them is cheaper AND easier (Prime membership). HOWEVER, there are times where people are taken advantage of who either 1) think Amazon IS the lowest price or 2) think they are buying DIRECTLY FROM Amazon b/c they don't realize *plain* people can list stuff too OR 3) don't use the interwebz many search engines to find lower prices.

Here's how you buy:

There is a Konjac food company that should be the first company listed when you do a search for konjac noodles. I have ordered from the company an extreme amount of times and have never had a single issue with their quality, price, shipping times, etc. You can order (I believe) either a couple of packs OR, as I do, order a them by the case (of 24 packages). You can get 3 different types of variety packs or a case of one type of noodle. I personally love the variety packs as it gives me different types of noodles I can use in different ways.

Here's how you prep:

FOR SPAGHETTI/LINGUINI/ANGEL HAIR NOODLES: Open the package, drain, rinse them lightly then throw them into a bowl of water. Straight from the tap is fine; the water doesn't have to be hot or cold. Let them *soak* for about 15-30 minutes, depending on the thickness of the noodle. Drain again then throw into a DRY pan over medium heat.
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