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Kibun Zeromen Gluten free Ready to Eat Noodle 5.29oz/150g

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SKU 46661


This product is labeled as ”keep Refrigerated”, but since it is also sold at room temperature in Japan, we will deliver it with an ice pack in a cold bag, but when it arrives, it may be at the temperature of your area. Please refrain from purchasing if you worry about it.


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 California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning

Customer Reviews

Based on 10 reviews
B.C. (Lawrenceville, US)
Surprisingly Good

I figured I would try these. I absolutely hate products like Miracle Noodles or Skinny Noodles, et. al. but reviews were good on the internet. I am so glad I tried them. These have the consistency of well-done pasta rather than rubber bands, like those other products. With a proper sauce, you swear you're eating well-done pasta.

B.C. (Lawrenceville, US)
Surprisingly Good

I had tried those awful "Miracle Noodles" packed in the fishy-smelling water and the texture and smell was just off-putting. I read some good reviews on these noodles, so I figured I would try them. These are NOTHING like all those Shirataki Noodle brands. They take on the taste of the sauce you use and have the consistency of over-cooked pasta rather than rubber bands. I made them with a cheese sauce tonight and really liked them.

J.M. (Naples, US)
The best noodles!

These are the best gluten-free noodles I have ever tried! Once you try them you will keep ordering them I know I have!

T.M.D. (Minneapolis, US)
Diet Life Saver

They are a little softer, less stretchy than real noodles, but so much better than the disgusting rubber mushroom stinky Shirataki noodles. They have no flavor—which is a good thing. I use a lot of paper towels to dry them and I cook them in my airfryer for 12 minutes. Finally I can eat noodles again without getting fat!

C.G. (Roswell, US)
Proposition 65 warning?

Why does this product have a Proposition 65 warning?