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6-Pack 7oz. Miracle Noodle Shirataki Konjac Fettuccine Pasta EXPIRED

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For those of you on keto or low carb / low glycemic, you may be interested in Shirataki noodles which are made from the root of a japanese plant. the texture is similar to that of rice noodles vermicelli (though this is a deal for fettuccini style noodles). The cost is $0.26 per ounce which is pretty cheap; if you go S&S you can get it for $9.33 ($0.22 per ounce) which for this type of product is pretty inexpensive. This isn't a smoking hot deal, but if you're on this type of diet, easy substitutes for you noodle addicts may be difficult to find.

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i've had this before. Just a heads up, it doesn't taste a thing like fettuccine.

to get rid of the konjac smell, rinse it out once you open the bag and boil the noodles. then drain it and toss it around on a pan to drain out the excess water. It will take on the broth of whatever you put it into later so don't worry about its shrunken appearance.




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Not trolling here, just a heads up....its true they smell weird but you can rinse that away. Here's the warning....these don't really digest. So what goes in pretty much looks exactly like what comes out.
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You don't diet lol
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3 links r the same product??
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i've had this before. Just a heads up, it doesn't taste a thing like fettuccine.

to get rid of the konjac smell, rinse it out once you open the bag and boil the noodles. then drain it and toss it around on a pan to drain out the excess water. It will take on the broth of whatever you put it into later so don't worry about its shrunken appearance.




That's what he said.
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hmm...I am gonna try them! I got the black noodles too with a coupon on the page for $10.
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You can find the vitacost brand around $1 for their BIG150%off and combined with 20% coupon occasionally. Just a head up for people consume them regularly.
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In case you haven't tried them, they taste like pad Thai noodles. These are awesome if you are on a low-carb diet. We use them to make "bulletproof"pad Thai
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I've had these:

These noodles are more chewy than noodly, they smell and require lots of rinsing/prep to get rid of the stink, they are packaged in water and take up a lot of room in a cabinet... but they can satisfy the noodle craving if you get them and are avoiding carbs, typically I'd make a peanut sauce
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Just a heads up, these taste like hot garbage.
You don't diet lol
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Not trolling here, just a heads up....its true they smell weird but you can rinse that away. Here's the warning....these don't really digest. So what goes in pretty much looks exactly like what comes out.
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can i use this with ramen seasoning packets?
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Tried some of this stuff for low carb spaghetti. Kind of chewy but meh, OK as a sauce conveyance, however; the next day... Lets just says, this stuff is indigestible.
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The way I've found them "good" is boiling them a few minutes and then frying them in a pan with a little oil and garlic and olives and chick peas. Salt and pepper and tasty!
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