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May 06, 2019Reviewer: JoAnn in New Jersey* I enjoyed this pasta almost from the first bite. I am taking a low-glycemic eating approach and removed all grains from my diet. This product mimics the texture of pasta without a lot of "off" flavor. A benefit is the amount of protein per serving. It is a "keeper" in my new eating approach.
August 02, 2017Reviewer: Craig in Montana* The Zeroodle mung bean spaghetti is perfect for a spaghetti and marinara replacement while on a low carb diet. To me it's not as strong of a mung bean flavor as the fettuccine (which is great as well), so a lighter tomato sauce pairs well. If you have been disappointed with other low carb pastas, I highly recommend trying this out.
May 20, 2017Reviewer: Angela in Georgia* Tastes like real pasta.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpfulApril 06, 2017Reviewer: A customer in Florida* This is a good pasta replacement product, that resembles spinach pasta. Be advised, however, that it goes from al dente to mushy in a nanosecond. Test every 5-10 seconds when it's getting close to the firmness you prefer. Also advisable to shock it (run cold water over it) when you remove it from the heat in order to stop the cooking process immediately. There is a definite flavor to it, although it's not totally overwhelming. It works best with a fairly thick sauce, since the amount of water it absorbs in the cooking (and reconstitution) process makes a thin sauce slide right off it. It's extremely filling, presumably from all the fiber. So although it didn't rock my world, it's a decent, solid product for low carbers who are in need of a pasta fix.