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spaghetti made with konjac

Whether you're seeking for a healthy alternative to spaghetti and meatballs or simply want to add a low-calorie noodle to your diet, shirataki noodles are an excellent option. In addition to being a staple component of Japanese cuisine, they are low in calories and appropriate for the ketogenic diet.

Shirataki noodles are a traditional element of Japanese cuisine

Unlike conventional pasta, shirataki noodles contain no starch. Additionally, they are low in carbohydrates and rich in fiber. They may be used in lieu of pasta in several dishes. They are a delicacy that is low in calories and high in protein. They are available in both dry and liquid versions. Even spaghetti salad may be made using shirataki noodles.

The shirataki noodles keto are created from konjac yam. The root provides an excellent source of calcium, potassium, and iron, with no sugar or fat. These natural fibers may also aid in lowering blood sugar, stabilizing triglycerides, and reducing cholesterol.

In Japan, classic foods such as miso soup and sukiyaki use shirataki. They are also often consumed with fish cake and kelp. You may get shiratake noodles at Asian grocery shops and in the freezer department of Japanese supermarkets. Also available online at Asian Food Grocer.

Shirataki's dietary fiber is glucomannan. From the konjac yam, this fiber is removed and mixed with water to produce dough. The item is then rinsed with cold water to eliminate the odor.

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