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    Shirataki Noodle flour or glucomannan

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    Someone on this forum said that they used the powdered form of glucomannan, what Shirataki noodles are made from, as a thickener for soup and gravy. Would "whoever" check in? I've done a search and can't find the post and I want to try this but would like to re-read your post first.

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    I have never tried this, but here's the first link at the top of teh Google.

    Actually, if you search on glucomannan powder, you will find lots of sources.
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    Quote Originally Posted by eKatherine View Post
    I have never tried this, but here's the first link at the top of teh Google.

    Actually, if you search on glucomannan powder, you will find lots of sources.
    Thanks so much! I had been wondering if I couldn't make my own noodles with the powder, given I ever have enough time. I even wonder if I could make lagsana noodles. A lot of people don't like the noodles but if you follow the rinsing instructions and mix them with something where they can attract some flavor, they're wonderful.

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