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Shirataki Konjac Noodles 12x170g

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Original price £17.49
Original price £17.49 - Original price £17.49
Original price £17.49
Current price £12.99
£12.99 - £12.99
Current price £12.99
  • NO CARB NOODLES: If you are following a no-carb/ketogenic diet, then you should give these a try. Say goodbye to traditional wheat pasta and go with something lighter. Emma Basic Shirataki Konjac noodles are the perfect alternatives to sir fry noodles, spaghetti and ramen.  SUPPORT INTERMITTENT FASTING: Our Konjac Noodles contain more than 95% water. The rest is glucomannan fibre. It gives you a feeling of fullness and helps to reduce hunger when fasting.
  • DRAIN WEIGHT: According to REGULATION (EU) No 1169/2011,d "Where a solid food is presented in a liquid medium, the drained net weight of the food shall also be indicated". We honestly advertise our product's drain weight 170g/pkt . Please pay attention to the drained weight before your purchase decision, you don't want to pay for the water to throw away. 
  • EASY TO PREPARE: All you have to do is rinse and drain. Microbiologically, our Konjac noodles come ready to eat. Serve with salad dressing or cook as an alternative to stir-fry noodles, spaghetti, and ramen. When you open the product there can be a fishy smell. This is a natural smell that occurs when Konjac yam is preserved in alkaline water at PH:11.5~11.9.  All you need to do is rinse and drain. The smell will disappear. 
  • AL DENTE TEXTURE: Shirataki" is Japanese for "white waterfall," which describes the noodles' translucent appearance. It carries flavours well and has an al dente texture. The firm texture remains even when you accidentally overcook it! 
  • LESS PACKAGE: We all know that human beings are drowning in plastic pollution. It is our policy to use less plastic in our product design and the entire supply chain. Many Konjac noodles in the market use double plastic bags for a single portion of Konjac noodles. All possible effort is made to achieve single plastic package, while using techniques to reduce the risk of leakage.