In Japanese, the word “shiriataki” loosely translates to “white waterfall.” Once you rinse these gluten-free noodles and pick them up with a fork, you’ll understand how they got their name. What you might not understand is how a food that has just 10 calories a serving can be so filling. The key to shirataki’s ability to satisfy your hunger is a soluble fiber called glucomannan. Glucomannan expands in your digestive system and it takes your body a long time to break it down. In addition to helping you feel full longer, glucomannan has been shown in some studies to lower cholesterol.
WonderSlim’s Shirataki Noodles are made in the USA to the highest quality standards. Although you may be surprised the first time you experience shirataki’s distinctive texture, you’ll soon discover dozens of way to incorporate these low-calorie, low-carb noodles into your healthy eating plan.
Purified Water, Konnyaku (Yam Flour), Calcium Hydroxide
How to prepare: Drain noodles in colander or strainer then rinse with water for 20-25 seconds. Noodles can be enjoyed in a soup, stir-fry, with sauce or in traditional recipes. Optional prep: Lightly boil noodle for 1 minute.
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