shirataki noodles??


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Shirataki noodles are a no. If you spiralize a vegetable into a noodle shape, like zoodles, you're good, but the shirataki noodles are dried and ground into flour and then reconstituted into noodle shape, so they fall under the no making pasta from alternate flours rule.

Both ascorbic acid and citric acid are fine, so those bean sprouts are fine. I'm not sure what the texture on canned ones are like, but if you want something with a little crispness, you could try broccoli slaw or julienned carrots instead.

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I thought the bean sprouts fell under the Legumes heading since bean sprouts are sprouted Mung beans. Am I wrong?

  • Do not eat most forms of legumes. This includes beans (black, red, pinto, navy, garbanzo/chickpeas, white, kidney, lima, fava, cannellini, lentils, adzuki, mung, cranberry, and black-eyes peas); peanuts (including peanut butter or peanut oil); and all forms of soy (soy sauce, miso, tofu, tempeh, edamame, soy protein, soy milk, or soy lecithin).
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