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Hi guys! I don't know if anyone has tried these Shirataki noodles? They sell them in my grocery store produce/refrigerated section near the tofu. They come in 6 oz bags packed in water, and they have practically zero carbs or calories (don't ask me how). In the past couple of weeks I've tried a couple of recipes substituting them for wheat/rice noodles, and they are totally decent! My boyfriend likes them too.

A few tips: Use them in Asian-style noodle recipes, not Italian-style. The fettuccine shape is the best (in my opinion). And you don't need to cook them, but after you cut open the bag you should drain and rinse 2-3 times. There is a mild odor as soon as you open them but it rinses off. If it's a stir fry dish, don't cook them more than a couple minutes or they get rubbery.

Here are the recipes I made recently (which could definitely be made with meat):


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www.kitchenmonki.com/recipe/Spicy_Pe
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Allie, New England

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