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jayneeo
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now what's gonna happen? No, just kidding...but hey, it was pretty good...for NO calories!
I rinsed it for a few min. then put it in a pan with evoo, a tsp. almond butter, chopped onion and garlic, tamari, bits of mint leaf, parsley, basil (just bits from the garden).....and heated it up. Heck! Not bad at all! Anyone else eating this?
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the mung bean kind?


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jayneeo-what's a miracle noodle?

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How about a link to this miracle noodle of which you speak?
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Ingredients : Water, glucomannan (soluble fiber), calcium additive.


Konjac glucomannan flour

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konjac

Untested for BTD. Toxin GT1, GT3, Superfood GT4 by a fast review...
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Monday, June 9, 2008, 3:31pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator
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Thanks Lloyd my man..
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yeah, what he said.
I read about it on this forum, checked out the link, ordered it online...and ate it last night. What can I say? For zero calories.....its a winner.
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Kudos to anyone who can eat them.  I tried than a while ago, but I could not stand the consistency of them.

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I'll let you know, I just ordered some  
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Since you are an O Im guessing this Miracle Noodle is a neutral for O's?  I read the link and find it very interesting, but does it really have NO calories?  does anyone know if this noodle is recommended by Dr. D or any of his books?


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Quoted from roller56

Kudos to anyone who can eat them.  I tried than a while ago, but I could not stand the consistency of them.

roller56


I'm with you...too soft for a noodle.  A little slimy. I was hungry an hour after I ate them.

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http://www.miraclenoodle.com/index-2.html

Well, now have questions because the noodles I tried aren't the first ones listed on this
page....the ones made from glucomannan.....the ones without any calories at all.

I tried the Shirikati noodles which come from some kind of yam...and the liquid in them smelled
really funky if not washed off completely.

SO, I'm a bit confused about which noodles we're talking about or if we're all talking about the
same noodles.


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the gluccomannin ones have no calories...they are also called shirataki, but some of them are made with tofu...those are not the ones I had.
No wonder you were still hungry...they have no calories. (I found this too....)
they smell yucky until you rinse them thouroughly.....then nothing.
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the gluccomannin ones have no calories...they are also called shirataki, but some of them are made with tofu...those are not the ones I had.
No wonder you were still hungry...they have no calories. (I found this too....)
they smell yucky until you rinse them thouroughly.....then nothing.



And now the big question is this:  Are the ingredients compliant for either diet?  BTD or
GTD?

Kojac root is what the no calorie noodles are made from.  



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It is my opinion that konjac is very ok for my gatherer self. it is sometimes called yam noodle in Japan, and the word yam is a good one in my food list.....
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Oh-oh, toxin for hunter, neutral for gatherer.....(I'm looking for it in the explorer list....but...Lloyd made a quick reference....?)
Aha! Superfood for explorer!!!!!!!!!
Explorers, get out your visa card!!!
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Is the miracle noodle, the same as celephane noodles, and if not are they alright to eat?
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they are not the same....and they are neutral for gatherers.....superfood for explorerers....
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Quoted from geminisue
Is the miracle noodle, the same as celephane noodles, and if not are they alright to eat?


Miracle noodles are different than cellophane noodles.
Cellophane noodles are made from mung beans, potatoes, or canna.

Starch is the major component of cellophane noodles so they have calories.

The major component of miracle noodles is fiber so they have almost no calories.

Okay to eat?-Superfood for Explorers and neutral for gatherer, warriors, and nomads


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Since you are an O Im guessing this Miracle Noodle is a neutral for O's?  


Technically a neutral. Based on how it is treated in GTD I would treat it as an avoid for secretor O and secretor A. Just my take.
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how do you get that Lloyd? it's not on the gatherer lists...
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how do you get that Lloyd? it's not on the gatherer lists...


Hunter's are O's also. Explorers are predominantly nonnies. When a large percentage of the O secretor population should avoid it, I would treat it as an O secretor avoid. Same rationale for type A secretors. B's and all nonnies should be fine, it could be viewed as a nonnie beneficial since they are largely explorers, B's, or GT2/GT5.
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ohhhhh....well I think I'll go for it anyway, but thanks.
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ohhhhh....well I think I'll go for it anyway, but thanks.


No problem. As a GT2, there is no reason for you to avoid it, as you are following that system anyhow, I believe...
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the Korean chepche noodle made of sweet potato seems very similar to this one...


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