As I have been struggling with my weight, my trainer told me to find a pasta alternative - because I love pasta. I tried spaghetti squash (it was like eating corn silks). I tried zucchini (it was okay, but not something I really could get behind). I tried all of the gluten-free pastas, but they still have carbs. And then I tried Miracle Noodle and it worked. It tastes enough like real pasta that I don't really even notice. That's my testimonial.
Tom Yum originated in Thailand and is characterized by distinct hot and sour flavors. Miracle Noodle's meal packs a punch with a unique blend of lemongrass, kaffir lime leaves, galangal, and crushed chili peppers. They have stayed true to tradition and combined these ancient flavors with our shirataki Miracle Noodles to create a quick & easy, guilt-free way to enjoy the flavors of Thailand, at home or on-the-go!
In 2006, Jonathan Carp, MD was visiting a friend in Japan when she took him to a Buddhist-run vegetarian restaurant on the outskirts of the beautiful city of Kyoto. He was introduced to konnyaku in different shapes and in noodles called shirataki. After discovering the health benefits of this amazing plant-based food and the positive health implications for his patients, he started Miracle Noodle with his family.
All Miracle Noodle products provide a safe eating space for people with dietary restrictions like diabetes, celiac, certain seizure disorders, and general weight loss goals. Miracle Noodle takes the anxiety out of eating by adhering to strict guidelines on sodium, calories, non-GMO, vegan, gluten free, healthy fats, and natural.