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Miracle Noodle Angel Hair Style Noodles Plant Based -- 7 oz


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Miracle Noodle Angel Hair Style Noodles Plant Based -- 7 oz

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Miracle Noodle Angel Hair Style Noodles Plant Based Description

  • Angel Hair Style Plant Based Noodles
  • 0 Calories
  • Soy Free + Grain Free
  • Gluten Free
  • Keto and Paleo Friendly
  • Vegan / Kosher
  • Made In The USA

Our Mission Enjoy your foods reimagined! At Miracle Noodle®. we recognize the power of one's food choices and how eating well contributes to overall health. That's why we created a line of healthy plant based noodles, rice, and ready to eat meals that offer delicious, satisfying meal options without guilt or compromise.

 

Miracle Noodle® is a shirataki noodle made from the flour of Konnyaku Imo (konjac) plant. These noodles made from 97% water and 3% plant fiber are naturally low in calories. This natural fiber makes you feel full while stilll enjoying the satisfaction of eating noodles. Miracle Noodle products are made from quality, plant based ingredients, and may not be suitable for people with sensitivities to high-fiber foods.


Directions

Cooking Instructions:

 

step 1

Open bag of noodles into colander and rinse thoroughly with cool water for 1 minute.

 

step 2

Cut noodles with kitchen shears (optional) and add to non oiled pan on medium heat until dry.

 

step 3

Cook noodles in your favorite sauce or recipe on the stovetop or in the microwave. ENJOY! We recommend 2-3 servings per package.

 

Keep refrigerated after opening. Do not freeze.

Free Of
Soy, gluten, GMOs and grain.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.


Nutrition Facts
Serving Size: 3 oz (85 g)
Servings per Container: About 2
Amount Per Serving% Daily Value
Calories0
Total Fat0 g0%
Saturated Fat0 g0%
Trans Fat0 g
Cholesterol0 mg0%
Sodium0 mg0%
Total Carbohydrate3 g1%
   Dietary Fiber2 g7%
   Total Sugars0 g
     Includes 0g Added Sugars0%
Protein0 g
Vitamin D0 mcg0%
Calcium20 mg2%
Iron0 mg0%
Potassium0 mg0%
Other Ingredients: Water, Konjac flour, citric acid.
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Use Your Noodle: A Pasta Primer

Pasta has gotten a bit of a bad rap in recent years. However, it can actually be a party of a healthy, well-balanced diet. Prepared hot or cold, enjoyed as a side or an entrée, pasta is a great source of carbohydrates (translation: energy) that can help power you throughout your toughest school day, work day and/or workout. Top your favorite variety with veggies, lean meat and/or seafood, like shrimp or salmon, for an even greater nutritional boost!

A Guide to Healthy Types of Pasta

So many pastabilities!

Spaghetti, linguine, fettuccini, ziti, penne, rotini, rigatoni, farfalle...You’re likely aware that pasta comes in a multitude of shapes (and we haven’t even mentioned the popular stuffed variety, like ravioli, tortellini and manicotti!). But did you know that many other kinds of noodles are now readily available?

If you’ve already swapped out traditional white (semolina) pasta for the whole wheat variety, you’re off to a good start. But whole wheat pasta is just the beginning. It’s time to grab the garlic and EVOO—or a jar of your favorite marinara sauce—because we’re about to discuss dinner.

Here are some popular types or pasta to add to your heart-healthy menu:

100% whole wheat pasta. Whole wheat pasta is packed with the nutrients you need (e.g., protein, B vitamins and fiber) for a balanced diet. Be sure to look for the “100%” on the label! Serving suggestion: Toss Jovial Organic Einkorn Whole Wheat Pasta Penne Rigate with EVOO, minced garlic and grated parmesan cheese.

Whole grain pasta: As we mentioned above, whole wheat isn’t the only nutritive game in town. Other whole grains can be used to make delicious, fiber-rich and (typically) gluten-free pastas—a plus for those who need or choose to adhere to a gluten-free diet! Following are some types and serving suggestions:

    • Buckwheat pasta: Top Orgran Buckwheat Pasta Spirals with a homemade pesto sauce (and don’t be stingy with the basil!).
    • Brown rice pasta: Serve Lundberg Organic Brown Rice Pasta Penne with a bold, spicy arrabbiata sauce.
    • Corn pasta: Enjoy Sam Mills Pasta d'Oro 100% Corn Pasta Spaghetti with (what else?I) Vegetarian or vegan? Use veggie meatballs instead. Note: corn pasta can also be classified as vegetable pasta (see below).
    • Kamut pasta: Prepare a healthier mac n’ cheese with Eden Foods Organic Pasta Kamut Elbows.
    • Quinoa pasta: Top Andean Dream Organic Quinoa Pasta Fusilli with mushrooms and a rich, creamy Madeira wine sauce.
    • Spelt pasta: Enjoy VitaSpelt Organic Spelt Angel Hair with white clam sauce.

Multigrain pasta: These increasingly popular pastas combine two or more of the healthful whole grains we just mentioned. For example, Felicia Bio Gluten Free Multigrain Tortiglioni is made with corn, rice, buckwheat and quinoa. Serving suggestion: Toss with fresh peas, bacon and alfredo sauce.

Vegetable pasta: Pasta is also made from vegetables, such as spinach, beets and carrots. This is great news for those who love noodles but have a hard time getting their daily dose of veggies! Serving suggestion: Pair Eden Foods Organic Vegetable Ribbons with a tangy puttanesca sauce packed with olives and capers.

Legume pasta: Nutrient-rich lentil and black bean pastas are another great alternative to white pasta. Serving suggestion: Prepare Tolerant Food Organic Red Lentil Rotini with broccoli and a creamy vodka sauce.

Calorie-free pasta: Believe it or not, this does exist! Serving suggestion: Enjoy zero-cal Miracle Noodle Shirataki Angel Hair in a stir fry with teriyaki sauce.

Muscle pasta: This type of pasta is specifically designed to maximize the results of your workouts. Serving suggestion: Top Seitenbacher Harry P. Fitness Muscle Pasta Spinach with a light, fresh Pomodoro sauce.

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