Miracle Noodles – Review

13 Jun

My Miracle Noodles (see prev. post) have arrived so far have been tried with a tomato & veg sauce (Italian) and in a thai coconut soup. I have been warned that they would smell fishy when you open the packet, which they did, but that`s why you wash them thoroughly before you`ll cook them for only one minute and then they`re ready to eat, absolutely and odourless. And tasteless, too, on their own.

Their consistency is okay. A bit hard and chewy, but personally, I like chewy things as they encourage you to, er, chew properly. Made from a sea algae, they are void of carbs and extremely low in kcals (slight difference depending on brand), but they don`t feel at all like a diet food.

They are not the cheapest (again, difference depending on brand) but I suppose it all depends on what you would have instead. When I started low-carbing at night I omitted pasta and had only the sauce, usually with “tagliatelle” made from carrots or courgettes with an asparagus peeler (can be eaten raw or cooked). I can highly recommend those for health as well as taste, but ever so often, I, too, want to eat “proper” pasta, and I`m glad I now can. I`ve still got three packages yet and will definitely order them again, but because of their price, I will probably use them sparingly and continue to make my carrot/courgette “pasta” most times.

Apart from weight and blood sugar control, remember that this is a very nice product for people who do not toleratea lot of fibre, as in IBS and some other GI conditions.


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