Q: What does Skinny Pasta taste like?
A: Skinny Pasta has a similar taste and texture of traditional pasta.
All shapes take on the flavor of the sauce or other ingredients you’re cooking with.
Q: What can you make with Skinny Pasta?
A: You can prepare as a side dish or incorporate as primary ingredient to main entrée dishes like fish, chicken, or other meats. Skinny pasta is also great for salads, appetizers, quiches, soups, desserts and much more.
Q: What is the calorie difference between regular pasta and Skinny Pasta?
A: Traditional pasta contains about 200 calories per serving, along with flour and gluten. One serving of Skinny Pasta, contains 9 calories, no fat, no sodium, no gluten, and no cholesterol.
Q: What is Skinny Pasta made of?
A: Skinny Pasta is made of the Konjac plant, native to Japan and East Asia. It contains Glucomannan, a form of fiber.
Q: How much Skinny Pasta can you eat?
A. Enjoy Skinny Pasta products until you are satiated, or feel full.
Q: Can people with diabetes, coeliac disease or vegans, and vegetarians eat Skinny Pasta?
A: With zero gluten and sugars, Skinny Pasta is formulated for everyone and is a great alternative to traditional wheat based pasta.
Q: How do you cook Skinny Pasta?
A: Skinny Pasta is pre-cooked and just needs to be heated for 2 minutes (we recommend stir fry) and serve with your favorite sauce.
Q: Can you microwave Skinny Pasta?
A: Yes – 2 minutes or until hot.
Q: Does Skinny Pasta contain fiber?
A: Yes. Many health organizations recommended eating a fiber-rich diet. With Skinny Pasta products, it’s possible to get fiber and enjoy a delicious meal at the same time.
Q: What is that liquid that Skinny Pasta is immersed in it?
A: The reason for the liquid is that it helps the pasta to stay complete and not break into pieces. Additionally, the water contains lemon extract, which keeps the pasta fresh and tasty. After opening the package, wash it with warm water and drain excess water.
Q: Is Skinny Pasta Kosher?
Q: How is Skinny Pasta good for people with diabetes?
A: Any pasta, noodle, or rice has carbs with high amounts of glucose, which increase the level of it in the blood. Regular pasta contains 72 grams of carbs per 100 grams of pasta, which ultimately becomes sugar. However, Skinny Pasta has 3.5 grams of carbs and no sugar at all.
Bread, cereal, rice and pasta products contain carbohydrates, and carbohydrates have the biggest impact on raising blood sugar levels. 1 cup of traditional spaghetti contains approximately 40 grams of carbohydrates, while a 3.5 oz serving of Skinny Pasta contains 5 grams of carbohydrates.