Nasoya Pasta Zero Spaghetti Noodles
Nasoya Pasta Zero Spaghetti noodles are traditional Japanese shirataki noodles that have only 15 calories and 4g of carbs per serving! They easily absorb the delicious flavors you cook with…and will save you about 200 calories versus a serving of regular pasta! Find in the produce section of your local retailer.
- 15 Calories
- All Natural
- Fat Free
- Gluten Free
water, konjac flour, chickpea flour, potato starch, calcium hydroxide, reduced iron, folic acid.
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- "i got this with my vox box im not a big fan i didn't enjoy the feel of the pasta but it is do able if someone really wanted to substitute this instead of regular pasta it could happen and give you the same feel. " in 4 reviews
- "It is definitely an acquired texture, but as far as taste goes it is a great alternative to regular pasta!" in 4 reviews
- "it was good in taste easy to make ,good amount of serving I tried to prepare stir fry recipe from (nasoya.com) it was yummy my daughter and me liked it." in 3 reviews
- "After cooking these up with some spices, fresh veggies and chicken, it was the perfect guilt free amount for two of us." in 2 reviews
- "The noodles take a little getting used to, but these are a great alternative. " in 2 reviews
Only natural ingredients. Water, konjac flour (made from the root of konjac plant), chickpea flour, potato starch.
Fortified with microelements: calcium hydroxide (Ca supplement), reduced iron (Fe supplement), folic acid.
It is composed of soluble fiber that provides less calories and carbs in comparison to wheat noodles.
You feel full for a long time (about 4 to 5 hours).
8 oz package is good to feed 4 people.
Save u time. You don’t have to cook them!! They are ready-to-eat.
Neutral in flavor so you can use them in any recipe.
The smell. When you open the package you feel the earthy smell, which should be eliminated upon rinsing with water. I rinsed them twice very thoroughly, however, I still could feel that unpleasant smell. The good thing is when you combine the noodles with aromatic broth the smell is eliminated.
Very strange texture, reminded me the jellyfish. :) So you just have to get used to that.
Overall impression: GOOD (4 out of 5). I guess with good pairing you can achieve very nice taste.
But here's the thing. It's clearly stated on the package that this is made of seaweed... Maybe I'm biased because I'm Japanese and I grew up eating shirataki (which is essentially what this product is). I think it's different if you eat it expecting a pasta. It's got noodle qualities but in no way is it going to replace your spaghetti like a quinoa noodle is going to. I grew up eating this maybe as a cold noodle dish with sesame oil and sesame seeds with lots of different veggies thrown in it. Just my thoughts.
I'm interested to see how long these keep me feeling full. I have no complaints about the carb content because I eat pasta and breads more than the average person anyway.
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