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    Has anyone tries shirataki rice? It's made by Miracle Noodles and is made from the same stuff as their shirataki noodles. I haven't tried that either. I'm having a hard time finding shirataki noodles, anywhere. We have an Asian market not too far away and I'll probably have to try there. I'm able to buy it on Amazon but it's not a Super Saver on shipping so it gets much more expensive.

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    http://www6.netrition.com/miracle_no...acle_rice.html a flat $4.95 shipping to 48 states
    Last edited by mbtwos; 02-25-2013, 09:57 AM. Reason: wrong url

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    • #3
      I buy Shiritake/Konjak in the local Asian supermarket. They have gazillion varieties, and they are cheaper than anything on line, and you can just pick a box or two whenever you need it.

      I prefer chopped cauliflower as a sub for rice if I wanted one. Noodles I really like in a noodle soup, but rice, I just don't like rice, and if I feel like grain, I would eat millet and buckwheat.
      Last edited by Leida; 02-25-2013, 09:59 AM.
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      • #4
        I agree with the cauliflower sub for rice. It's more flavorful, too.

        Shirataki has tofu in it...just saying.

        Edit: nevermind about the tofu! It seems different from the other noodle products.
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        • #5
          Originally posted by sakura_girl View Post
          I agree with the cauliflower sub for rice. It's more flavorful, too.

          Shirataki has tofu in it...just saying.

          Edit: nevermind about the tofu! It seems different from the other noodle products.
          They make a variety of shirataki with tofu in it, but I think it's for the American market. It looks more like noodles.

          Traditional shirataki is a variation on konnyaku, made from an indigestible starch called devil's tongue paste. It isn't all that much like western-style noodles, but it is good in Japanese dishes. Japanese have considered it a miracle health food because it has no calories. Most westerners think the flavor is disagreeable as a sub for noodles.

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          • #6
            Yeah, the ones I buy do not have tofu. They have tofu versions as well, and seaweed version and gods know what else versions.

            I find it tastes great in a stir-fry or soup. No difference whatsoever from rice noodle. And like 20 calories for a cup of noodles mostly fiber.
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            • #7
              Oh I just call them yam noodles XD
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              • #8
                Thanks.

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