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What are Shirataki Noodles?
A traditional Japanese noodle made from the Konjac plant root. Shirataki noodles have little flavor but absorbs the delicious flavors you cook with. They can be used just like regular pasta but will save you a boat load in calories and carbs!
Why do Pasta Zero Shirataki Noodles have a unique smell?
Actually, all shirataki noodles have a slight fishy smell thanks to the Konjac plant root, which is used to make the noodles. It's completely safe and is a natural smell which will decrease as the noodles are rinsed and cooked.
Are Pasta Zero Shirataki Noodles Gluten Free and Vegan?
How do I cook with Pasta Zero Shirataki Noodles?
Be sure to drain and rinse the noodles under warm water for a couple minutes before using them.
How do I store uncooked portions of Pasta Zero Shirataki Noodles?
For best results, place uncooked noodles in an air tight container with water and keep refrigerated for up to 5 days.
Can I freeze Pasta Zero Shirataki Noodles?
Are Pasta Zero Shirataki Noodles made with non-GMO ingredients?
Yes, all Nasoya products are made using non-GMO ingredients.