What Is Konjac?

What Is Konjac?

Traditional Konjac Foods are made by first mashing the Konjac root then boiling the mash in limewater. This process forms a strong gel that can be cut into a variety of shapes and sizes. The formed noodles are what are known as Konjac foods.

Konjac is kind of instant food, consisting of about 97% water and 3% Konjac Glucomannan fiber. This combination makes Konjac foods a highly alkaline food.

Konjac Glucomannan has been a traditional ingredient used in Asia cuisines for centuries. In many ways, it is just as traditional as rice noodles, tofu and heat stable gelled noodles.

Konjac foods can be made into many different styles and shapes of noodles such as angel hair, fettuccine, spaghetti, linguine, orzo, mini ring, vegetarian shrimp, vegetarian conch and vegetarian squid. For this, Konjac noodles can be shaped into nearly any food product.

Konjac powder also known as konjac flour and konjac fiber consists of pure glucomannan fiber. Konjac glucomannan fiber is a concentrated source of soluble fiber, when compared to all other sources of soluble fiber; konjac glucomannan fiber had the highest viscosity. In a medical research study where different kinds of soluble fiber were examined, the results indicated that the higher the viscosity in the fiber, the better it was in controlling blood sugar levels. In the past 10 years that we have been doing business, many of our customers especially our diabetic customers found that they were exceptionally pleased that the konjac powder was able to control their blood sugar levels as they got very good results.

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