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Innovative Dried Konnyaku

new and innovative dried Konnyaku

Although Konnyaku or Shirataki is a tremendous natural food as we have seen, it has not been introduced into the Western culture. This has been due to the differences of customs and traditional Konnyaku has a unique smell (some people say that it smells like fish) and chewy texture which most Western people do not like.

After many years of uncountable trials and errors, scientists finally succeeded in making a new type Konnyaku which we could easily used as a filler. If it is used as a filler, it will reduce calories without destroying the tastes or texture and make them much more healthy because it is Konnyaku.

Advantages of dried Konnyaku and dried Shirataki

Low in calories
Excellent as a filler
Made from only 100% organic Konnyaku
Never destroys the texture or taste
pH neutral
Dried food
Can be frozen

The varieties of dried Konnyaku and dired Shirataki

     Noodle     Bean-shaped 
        Noodles shape          Bean-shaped
Powder Powder fine
Powder type Powder type (fine)

Possible use as a filling to reduce calories and add fibre

Egg Rolls

Other suggestions
Zarusoba Sukiyaki Food

If you would like to buy dried Konnyaku, please contact me


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