At last a NO carb Pasta

@Kowgirl (3492)
United States
May 5, 2007 2:25pm CST
Thank God, at last there is a no carb Pasta. All of us who have diabetes can now have Mac and cheese, Lasagna, or use it in our soup or any way we want. And by the way it has a proper name ...Miracle Noodles...You can find it here http://www.miraclenoodle.com Bon App`etit
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@judyt00 (3505)
• Canada
5 May 07
I have the feeling that it is ascam. Any food product that doesn't tell you what is in it is not good for anybody.
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@Kowgirl (3492)
• United States
5 May 07
The ingredients are right there on the site...or did you not go there? There is also a forum where you can read what the users of this pasta say about it.
@crickethear (1420)
• United States
5 May 07
That is wonderful. I am not diabetic, but I do love pasta, and I do like to watch my carbs. This is great. I hope the restaurants start using it too. I am going to check out the article. Thank you for sharing.
• United States
2 Jul 13
I haven't checked this out yet but most definitely will since I am diabetic. However, there is a low carb pasta that tastes just like regular pasta. It's called dreamfields pasta and has only 5 carbs per 1/2 cup. You can buy it on their website or find it in stores. I found it in WalMart, but, they only have regular pasta and penne. The website has lasagna noodles, angel hair and other cuts.
@mdee16 (36)
• United States
14 May 07
HI Kowgirl- Thanks for the tip on non-carb pasta! I never heard of it. The whole wheat kind stinks. I have had diabetes 2 for 4 years and have discovered that I can eat those egg noodles "without the yolks" once in a while in soup or as a side dish without any glucose repercussions. Try them out. Most supermarkets carry them. I think Muellers' is one brand name. Thanks and be well, M Dee
@emeraldisle (13163)
• United States
6 May 07
Well I sent the link to my mom since my dad loves pasta and is diabetic. I don't know what to think on it. It doesn't sound right, like sugar free jelly beans. Just doesn't seem possible and my mind has a hard time wrapping around that fact.