Wouldn’t it be great if there was a gluten-free noodle that was low in carbs, provided a healthy quantity of soluble fiber and contained just 10 calories in each 4 ounce serving? We’re happy to announce that such a food has been popular in China and Japan for years and we’ve created our own version of it right here in America. Made from the root of the konjac plant, our sharitaki noodles are a natural source of glucomannan, a soluble fiber a recent study in the "Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture" indicates has prebiotic benefits. Whether you serve these versatile noodles topped with stir-fried vegetables, with your favorite sauce or add them to soups and salads, you’ll be impressed with how they curb hunger for hours without weighing you down with excess calories or carbs.
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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