shirataki fettuccine low carb keto foods spaghetti | Ketoslim Mo
Shirataki fettuccine are grain free, GMO free and vegan food, made of only water, konjac flour, pure konjac noodles, also called Shirataki noodles or Konjac noodles( Konnyaku), fettuccine alfredo. Original from the konjac root, a plant that planted in China and Japan, southeast Asia. It has very low calorie and carbohydrate content. The taste is very crisp and refreshing. It is a perfect substitute for staple food. Only 270 gram per serving and the recipe is easy and diverse. It's very convenient for people to consume.
Description and Nutrition information
1. Cut up and then steam broccoli.
2, Drain the broccoli and saturate it in Teriyaki sauce.
3. Rinse the fettuccine for at least 30 seconds under cold water. (Some people also like to boil them in water for 2 minutes,both are optional.)
4. Fry the noodles in a skillet after draining for about 3 minutes with NO oil. After that coat them with more teriyaki sauce.
5. Put the broccoli on the bowl of fettuccine.
No, Shirataki noodles are full of dietary fiber. which gives you satiety, also lower blood pressure...
No, shirataki noodles has no flavor usually. texture is rubbery or slightly crisp.
No, shirataki noodles are made from konjac root which are full of Glucomannan, a dietary fiber absorbs water, resulted in longer your interval of hungry feeling.
Because of potential risk of getting chocked for the kids.
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Question: Are konjac noodles bad for you?
Answer: No, it’s safe for you to eat.
Question: Why are konjac noodles banned?
Answer: It’s banned in Australia due to potential risk of being chocked.
Question: Is it OK to eat konjac noodles everyday?
Answer: Yes but not constantly.