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Miracle Noodle Shirataki Rice, 8-Ounce (Pack of 6)

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  • Soy Free, Gluten Free, Cholesterol Free, Vegan
  • Zero net carbs, Zero calories, Zero glycemic index
  • The soluble fiber found in the Miracle Noodle slows digestion and aids in fat-loss
  • Easily absorbs the flavors of any soup, dish, or sauce.
  • Ships in Amazon Certified Frustration-Free Packaging

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Product Description

Flavor: Rice

Miracle rice is made of the same ingredients as Miracle Noodle shirataki but shaped into small rice pearls. Having a calorie free rice substitute opens up new delicious possibilities in your low calorie, healthy cooking.

Product Details

Flavor: Rice
  • Product Dimensions: 3.5 x 9 x 6.2 inches ; 4.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B00BP36S7U
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,630 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,515 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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234 of 240 people found the following review helpful By BonAMac_ on January 24, 2014
Flavor Name: Variety Pack Verified Purchase
Okay. I was extremely skeptical of these little water-filled baggies of "fake noodles". I had read horror stories about the fishy odor and rubbery texture. As a low-carb junkie, I REALLY missed the sauces and meals associated with pasta. Enter the Miracle Noodle.

Here's what I feel should be addressed:

- THE SMELL. Maybe my sinuses are flared up worse than I realize, or maybe I'm at a genetic disadvantage with a lowered sense of smell. But whatever the case, I did NOT find the smell oh-so-offensive as others have described. I actually braced myself as I cut the pouch open the first time -- ready for the worst -- but I didn't smell anything until I literally put my nose an inch above the open bag. And I'd describe the smell as more of a "brine" than a "fish" odor. C'mon guys, it's not bad.

- THE TEXTURE. I've found that the texture varies greatly on the preparation of the noodles. My first time eating them, I was rushed and starving... so I ate them straight out of the microwave tossed in pesto sauce. Not so great -- they were definitely rubbery this time. BUUUT, the SECOND time I prepared them, I made a creamy based sauce (melted 1 oz. cream cheese, 1 Tbs heavy cream, and 2 tsp. coconut oil, topped with some curry powder) and LET IT SIT for 2-3 minutes after preparing the dish. This way the sauce reeeally soaked into the noodles and gave them a softer and less-rubbery texture. Oh, and I just nuked them in the microwave this time, too. THIS time was good. Definitely a more "noodle-like" texture. I ate every last noodle!

Also, some tips I've read are to microwave the noodles twice PRIOR to preparing them.
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131 of 136 people found the following review helpful By Chelsea Freeburn on January 26, 2014
Flavor Name: Angel Hair Verified Purchase
I have no complaints about this product. I really could not have been happier! I have a lipid disorder that restricts me from eating carbs (esp. refined), & before my diagnosis, I was all but a carb addict. Giving up pasta was horrible/terrifying & I was desperate to find a replacement. In the grocery store, I had picked up some tofu shirataki & was pretty pleased, but was very curious to try these "guilt free" noodles. I am SO glad I decided to try them.

While I absolutely LOVE this product, it is very, very important to note that it is NOT just like regular angel hair. The prep is very different as is the texture, but if you can't have pasta like me, this product gives you the sensation you're looking for while still following doctor's orders. The texture has a little more of a bite, almost like biting rubber or a very al dente noodle, but it's not strange if you're prepared for it to be different than traditional pasta. It's all in the prep. If you prepare the noodles as instructed on the package, they'll turn out just fine. The fluid the noodles are packed in DOES have a fishy odor. It's not fetid, just don't breathe out of your nose for a minute or directly sniff the product.

I prep slightly differently than instructed on the package: Rinse for at least 1 minute in a colander. I then dehydrate mine slightly in a frying pan to release any of the fluid that may have been absorbed into the noodle. Then, I rehydrate the noodles (still in the frying pan) with culinary chicken stock or whatever pasta sauce I'm using.

They're incredibly versatile, too. Like I said, I'll rehydrate them with chicken stock, which gives them a nice flavor & just add vegetables. I love it prepared as a traditional pasta dish, too.
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106 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Blondie on September 21, 2013
Flavor Name: Variety Pack Verified Purchase
I bought the variety pack. This review is for the angel hair noodles. I read positive and negative reviews. The talk about fishy smell was off-putting but the lure of zero calorie "pasta" got me. As stated elsewhere, the slightly fishy smell goes away quickly as soon as the noodles are rinsed. I also took the advice of someone who said they used these like ramen noodles. I love ramen noodles but not all those calories, so after I soaked the noodles and drained them, I cooked them for four minutes in one can of chicken broth (about 2 cups) with one tablespoon of soy sauce added. The resulting broth was too salty for me so I drained the noodles again and added them to a can of Progresso chicken noodle soup. The noodles were good plain,after draining the chicken broth/soy sauce, but I had already opened the Progresso soup so I mixed them in. I really enjoyed the noodles. They tasted very much like ramen noodles. Not a great difference in texture that I could tell. I definitely will buy these again.

Well, now I have tried the "rice" and fettuccini also. The rice is really not anything like rice, more tapioca in appearance and texture. I'm not very creative and I like chicken soup so I have prepared all three types the same way: boiled for three minutes in chicken broth with soy sauce or just salted water, then drained and added to canned chicken soup. I think they're good, especially considering the health benefit. The noodles themselves don't taste like anything. The fettuccini is kore like the width and texture of broad egg noodles, not really like fettuccini. They're okay. My favorite is definitely the angel hair, again more like good old ramen noodles. That's what I will buy next time. 10/13/13
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