Konjac Grain - Shirataki Rice, 10.58 oz
When looking at these white, rice-shaped granules of Konjac Grain - Shirataki Rice, you could never imagine how beneficial they are for your body. Made from Japanese konjac (konnyaku) roots, known as konjac or devil’s tongue in the U.S., these granules are low in calories and carbohydrates, gluten-free, and rich in dietary fiber—konjac actually contains 27 times more fiber than celery. Unlike conventional konnyaku products, which are wet and come in either blocks or noodle form, Konjac Grain - Shirataki Rice comes as small dried granules. It has a long shelf life and can easily be incorporated into your cooking repertoire regardless of the type of cuisine. Just boil for about 10 minutes, and treat it as you would quinoa or couscous. You can make salad with it, add it to soups or stews, and sauté it along with your choice of protein or vegetables. Of course, you can mix it with rice when you cook gohan (steamed rice), which helps reduce carbohydrate intake while boosting fiber consumption. Konjac Grain - Shirataki Rice is a truly healthful ingredient for everyone, but in particular, it is a game-changer for those who are diabetic and allergic to gluten. One Konjac Grain - Shirataki Rice package comes with 10 individual packets containing 60g (2.1 oz.) each.
You can treat Konjac Grain – Shirataki Rice like quinoa or couscous. Boil it in a pot of water for about 10 minutes, and drain it. Then you can use it to cook various dishes, such as salad, soups, stews, and sautéed dishes. You can even mix it into burger patties or okonomiyaki pancakes. Or if you are a fan of mac’n’cheese, you can replace the macaroni with Konjac Grain to reduce tremendously the intake of carbohydrates. Also, because it has a mild flavor, it can match well with any seasonings, sauces, or dressings. Of course, you can mix it with rice when you cook gohan (steamed rice)—this is the most common way of using it in Japan. It is recommended to blend one packet (60g [2.1 oz]) of the Konjac Grain and 150g (5.3 oz) of rice and add 360 ml (12 fl oz) to cook. You can use the Konjac Grain blended rice for making sushi, fried rice or pilaf. Konjac Grain blended with rice can be frozen as well.
Starch, Yam Flour, Modified Starch, Calcium Hydroxide.