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Konjac Root Foods (or Konjak, English: Konnyaku) is the generic name of an East and Southeast Asian plant that is processed and ground into konjac powder and then goes through a series of formal production operations to make the delicious konjac food for our dinner table: Shirataki noodles, konjak tofu, konjak rice, etc

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Konjac root foods:Konjac root foods include konjac noodles, shirataki noodles, konjac shrimp, konjac snacks, etc.  this is called konjac lamb belly. Made from konjac plant root, which also called konnyaku, The Latin name for the konjac plant

is Amorphophallus. People also refer to it as konjaku, elephant yam, devil’s tongue, snake palm, and voodoo lily. The bulb of the plant – the part of the plant that grows underground – contains a soluble fiber called glucomannan. 

This konjac root foods is shaped like hairy belly, but vegan food, recipe use in various of methods like hot pot, snacks, side dishes.. low calorie food, ideal replacement for people who are on a diet, also good for diabetics.



1. Preparing hot pot, boiling it.

2. Unwrap the package. rinse the vegan food for 1 to 2 minutes.

3. Put them in hot pot, and then rinse them in the pot, for seconds or just boiling it through according to your taste.

3. All you need to worry about is that how loud you may slurp while enjoying this traditional tasty spaghetti shaped noodle replacement.

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Product name: Konjac hot pot lamb belly
Net weight for noodles: 500g
Primary Ingredient: Water, Konjac Flour
Shelf life: 12 month
Features: gluten free/ Low protein/high fiber
Function: lose weight, lower blood sugar, diet noodles
Packaging: Bag, Box, Sachet, Single Package, Vacuum Pack
Our Service: 1.One-stop supply China 2.Over 10years experience 3. OEM&ODM&OBM available4. Free samples5.Low MOQ

Nutrition information

Energy: 97kJ
Protein: 0g
Fats: 0g
Carbohydrate: 4.6g
Sodium: 0mg

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What foods contain konjac root? 

Food that contains abundant dietary fiber, like our konjac noodles, konjac rice and snacks, etc.

Is it safe to eat konjac? 

Raw konjac root is poisonous, ordinary healthy people could eat it unless allergic reaction.

 Why is konjac banned in Australia?

Because of its potential to be a choking hazard and block the stomach. Australia banned it as an supplement in 1986.


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    Are konjac noodles bad for you?

    No, it is made from the water-soluble dietary fibre, which aids in weight loss.

    Why is konjac root banned in Australia?

    Though the product is intended to be eaten by gently squeezing the container, a consumer can suck the product out with enough force to unintentionally lodge it in the trachea. Because of this hazard, the European Union and Australia banned Konjac fruit jelly.

    Can konjac noodles make you sick?

    No, made from konjac root, which is a kind of natural plant, prcessed konjac noodle will do no harm on you.

    Are konjac noodles Keto?

    Konjac noodles are keto-friendly. They are 97% water and 3% fiber. Fiber is a carb, but it doesn’t have any effect on insulin.

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