I’m a member of an online fitness community. In this community, there is a large discussion forum that offers recipes, encouragement, fun, and yes, some overall ridiculousness.
In one discussion on the forum, a lady was sharing how she has found a noodle that keeps her full and doesn’t destroy her calorie intake for the day.
Allergy-Related Information: Gluten-Free, Soy-Free, CALORIE-FREE
Pros: I can’t say that there’s anything amazing about how these look. As a whole, they’re white and noodles, but what I have to say that I do appreciate is that Miracle Noodle has produced these same noodle in a variety of styles. I grew up eating Italian meals, and to have some spaghetti, linguini, angel hair, orzo, rings, rigatoni, and even a macaroni-style noodle is very exciting!
Cons: I would say if you’re trying this pasta for the first time with your family, don’t let them see it. 🙂 The pasta comes in fluid-filled sacks that remind me of a high school biology discussion. They also smell a little like fish.
Pros: I like that these noodles taste pretty bland. So many substitute, low-calorie products have quite the aftertaste, but these noodles, although bland, offer a great foundation for a variety of meals and recipes.
Cons: Because of the inherent texture of the noodles, I find they are more moist than real pasta, meaning that sauces get watered-down and don’t cling as well to the noodles. That, of course, makes the whole dish a little blander, but if known, can be compensated for in the making of the sauce.
Pros: I like that these noodles are filling! 🙂 They are low-calorie, which is great, but they add a heartiness to a variety of meals that might otherwise leave me hungry.
Cons: Their overall texture can be a little slimy if not correctly prepared. I don’t mind the texture, although sometimes I find myself feeling a little heavy and bloat because of the way they expand inside.
What I Love
I love the option they offer. While I would never trade my real pasta for the use of this product solely, they are a great addition or substitution in a meal that is already high-calorie or high-carb.
What I’d Improve
I would definitely work on the texture aspect of these noodles. The fact that they’re soaked in fish-smelling liquid is definitely the worst aspect of working with and eating these. I would hope that sometime in the future, Miracle Noodle could develop a better way to package these.
Overall Rating: B-
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