Hi there, Shileos!
I have the pleasure to announce you that as of today, all the orders sent within Germany will be taken care of by our new partner DPD. This will have several advantages for all of you:
I thought I’d share an excellent recipe that one of our power users sent in to us. Contrary to expectations, this recipe doesn’t need much time, however it may need a bit of patience for stirring if you don’t have a food processor to hand.
So without further ado - let’s...
Hi there, Shileos!
It's been a while since my last blog post - we've had a plethora of orders, which despite being a fantastic thing, it’s kept myself and the team very busy!
Every day we receive a lot of personal messages with questions, feedback, and sometimes page-long assessmen...
Hello there, Shileo reader!
I’ve been discussing starting this blog with Cyrille, my co-founder, for a long time. I’ve decided to commit to once a week, delivering to you lively-written, useful information about what we’re up to, and of course about our products.
Look forward to re...
In addition to the numerous health benefits, eating lots of fiber-rich foods (like shirataki noodles) can help you lose weight. Fiber itself has no calories and is passed through your digestive system intact. However, because fiber absorbs water, it provides a "full" feeling. For example, eating an ...
Glucomannan is a water-soluble dietary fiber made from the roots of the Asian Konjac plant. Glucomannan makes up the majority of the solid substance in shirataki noodles. Eating lots of dietary fiber, which is found only in plant foods (such as whole grains, fruits, vegetables, beans, seeds and nuts...
Shirataki (shee-rah-TAH-kee) noodles are thin, low carb, chewy, and translucent traditional Japanese noodles. They are also sometimes called konnyaku noodles. Shirataki noodles are thinner than wheat noodles, do not break as easily, and have a different texture. They are mostly composed of a dietary...