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Clean Foods Raw Lasagna Konjac
Enjoy lasagna with no regrets
Do you love lasagna? But this has no place in your lower carb diet. With the Clean Foods raw lasagna konjac you certainly don't have to go without your beloved lasagna anymore.
In contrast to conventional pasta, the lasagna plates from Clean Foods are made from konjac flour instead of wheat. Konjac is an Asian root vegetable that has been consumed in Asian countries for centuries. Konjac root pasta has the advantage that it does not contain any usable carbohydrates, which makes it ideal for the lower carb diet.
This pasta is full of soluble fiber (glucomannans), which makes you feel full for a long time. In addition, they do not contain gluten or sugar. Glucomannan even contributes to weight loss with a lower carb diet. Enjoyment without a guilty conscience!
Like real lasagna
You can use the Clean Foods lasagna sheets just like you would use conventional lasagne sheets. They also come incredibly close to normal pasta in terms of taste. Simply conjure up a classic lasagna or a vegan vegetable lasagna in just one minute, because the lasagna plates are already pre-cooked. Simply delicious!
Storage: Store in a cool and dry place.
Country of origin: Germany
Grocer: Clean Foods BV Westzanerdijk 309B, 1507AH Zaandam, The Netherlands
Note: Choking hazard for people with swallowing difficulties or when eating with insufficient fluids.
Ingredients & ingredients
Ingredients: Water, konjac mannans, calcium OH-2 (natural stabilizer)
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|hereof: saturated fatty acids||0,0 g|
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I wanted to make lasagna and was too lazy to make the pasta plates myself (keto-friendly). Vegetables as platters (no matter which one) somehow don't give me the right lasagna feeling, that's why I skip that. So I needed a quick replacement. When unpacking, they smell slightly fishy. But not after washing the dishes and you can really taste the taste in the food. The consistency is rubbery and you have to get used to the first bites. Then it is a great substitute, because you have a bit of a noodle feeling (also due to the firmness of the bite). It's not noodles, of course, but even our visit, who ate spontaneously, thought it was good.