No Calorie Shiraktaki Noodles 200g

Code
00130560000166
Size:200g
R49.95
Credit: from R5 per month
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Description

Shirataki noodles are created through the root of the Asian Konjac plant.  This root is comprised generally of water and the water soluble fibre, Glucomannan which contains no starch, no sugar, no carbs and only 0.rg of fat.  These noodles contain no wheat, gluten or soy allowing everyone to enjoy the perfect pasta experience. 

Ingredients

Glucomannan, Calcium Hydroxide (preservative).

Directions

Drain noodles rinse under cool water and add to your favourite soup, stew or stir fry.

Dietary Summary

  • Gluten Free
  • Fat Free
  • Low Fat
  • Low Sodium
  • Suitable For Diabetics
 

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