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Shirataki: Low Calorie Pasta

Love pasta and noodles but it's just not in your healthy, low calorie eating. Until now...

Tofu Shirataki ($10.95 for 5 packs) could change your life. This low-carbohydrate Japanese Food is made from the root of the Konnyaku — a member of the yam family. By combining tofu with processed Konnyaku yam flour, this healthy, uniquely textured noodle-like product has been created that is making dieters and healthy eaters everywhere go wild.


The nutritional numbers (below) speak for themselves:

Look for it at your local specialty grocery store or buy it online from the heavenly diet store.

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alianorastar alianorastar 10 years
I bought this hoping it would be a good low-carb substitute for pasta, but I found it hideous. The smell was extremely off-putting, though, as the bag recommends, boiling it removes most of the scent. I ate most of the bag, but never bought another. Once was enough for me.
grl-in-the-world grl-in-the-world 10 years
I'd recommend brown rice pasta. It's much healthier than wheat pasta and tastes almost the same, it's also a lot easier to prepare than this tofu variety.
HariboLicorice HariboLicorice 10 years
You're supposed to boil them up first to get rid of the tofu texture, and then dry them out using a noodle sieve (or whatever the heck that thing is caleld that you drain the water off with). I'd never in my life touch a real piece of pasta (talk about fattening), but this stuff is amazing and they sell it all over the place here in NYC.
ceeceesun ceeceesun 10 years
This is a product where you really love it or really hate it. I bought 25 bags of this miracle-stuff since it wasn't offered anywhere even close to me. My honest opinion, these noodles were horrible! The texture was (to me) like swallowing slimy fish parts. I gave away the other bags to people that were interested in trying it (I wanted to see what I was missing) and the consensus was the same. Again, that was our opinion...try it! You might just like it!
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