• Bio Shirataki Konjac Pasta Fettuccine 385 g

Konjac pasta is a natural product, rich in soluble fiber, without fat, sugar, starch and protein, without wheat and gluten, without its own taste, easily absorbs the aroma of additives and spices, quick to prepare, tasty and healthy. The advantage of this pasta is the origin of the ingredients, only from certified and controlled plantations and suppliers.

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Bio Shirataki Konjac Pasta Fettuccine 385 g

The main ingredient in Diet Noodles is Konnyak Glucomannan - a water-soluble fiber obtained from the root of the Konnyak plant. Originally, it comes from Asia, and the food produced from it is also called: Shirataki Noodles or Konnyak Noodles. The largest consumer of this food in the world is the Japanese.  

How is Bio Shirataki Konjac pasta different from traditional egg pasta?

Konjac pasta is a natural product, rich in soluble fiber, without fat, sugar, starch and protein, without wheat and gluten, without its own taste, easily absorbs the aroma of additives and spices, quick to prepare, tasty and healthy. The advantage of this pasta is the origin of the ingredients, only from certified and controlled plantations and suppliers.

How can i consume Bio Shirataki Konjac pasta?

Rinse the pasta thoroughly under warm running water. Boil or fry for 2-3 minutes. Add directly to the dish. Store in a dry, cool place. After opening, keep in the refrigerator in the brine, tightly closed, maximum 3 days.

Can people on a vegan diet consume this pasta?

Naturally, the line of these delicious products was created typically for people who follow vegan and vegetarian diets, at the same time not forgetting the great use of this pasta for people who struggle with gluten absorption problems. We also recommend its consumption with a ketogenic diet.
Country of origin China

Why should you choose Konjac noodles?

Low calorie content: Konjac noodles are very low in calories. They are made from konjac flour, derived from the konjac plant's root. These noodles are mainly composed of water, resulting in a very low calorie content. Therefore, they are an excellent choice for individuals looking to reduce calorie intake and manage weight.

Gluten-free and suitability for various diets: Konjac noodles are naturally gluten-free, making them a suitable alternative for individuals intolerant to gluten or suffering from celiac disease. They are also vegan and can be consumed by people following vegetarian, vegan, or plant-based diets. Additionally, konjac noodles have a low glycemic index, meaning they have minimal impact on blood sugar levels.

Weight loss support: Due to their low calorie content, konjac noodles can help in weight loss diets or calorie restriction. They can be used as a substitute for traditional noodles, which are calorie and carbohydrate-dense.

Versatility and ease of preparation: Konjac noodles have a neutral taste and absorb the flavors of other ingredients they are cooked with. This makes them versatile and suitable for various recipes and cuisines. They can be used as a substitute for traditional wheat-based noodles in stir-fries, soups, salads, and other dishes.

Method of preparation

Rinse the pasta thoroughly under warm running water. Boil or fry for 2-3 minutes. Add directly to the dish. Store in a dry, cool place. After opening, keep in the refrigerator in the brine, tightly closed, maximum 3 days.

Composition and allergy information

Ingredients:

  •  purified water (96.6%)
  • organic Konjac flour (3.4%)

Store tightly closed packaging in a dry and cool place. Do not freeze.

Nutritional values

Nutritional values in 100 g:

  • energy value 30 kJ / 7 kcal
  • fat < 0,1 g including saturated<0,1 g
  • carbohydrates < 0,2 g including sugars< 0,1 g
  • fiber 2,6 g
  • protein< 0,1 g
  • salt 0,001 g

Net weight: 385 g

Drained net weight: 300 g

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