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Glass Noodles

Glass noodles are made of starch from Mung Beans. They are also known as Bean Thread Noodles, glass vermicelli or Fensi. Koreans use it for Chap Chae or soups, while in the Chinese cuisine it is used for Hot Pot and spring rolls.

€1,30
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Longkou Bean Vermicelli or Beanthreads are also known as cellophane noodles or glass noodles.
They are called so because of their appearance when they are cooked, and resemble cellophane, a clear material with a light gray or brownish-gray color. Read more
€1,55
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Fishwell Shirataki Noodles is a source of healthy fiber, very low in carbohydrates and calories and is very suitable for many Low Carb applications. Read more
€3,60
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€2,00
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Fishwell Shirataki Noodles is a source of healthy fiber, very low in carbohydrates and calories and is very suitable for many Low Carb applications. Read more
€1,55
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Shirataki are thin, translucent, gelatinous traditional Japanese noodles made from the konjac yam . Read more
€3,60
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€2,25
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Longkou Bean Vermicelli or Beanthreads are also known as cellophane noodles or glass noodles.
They are called so because of their appearance when they are cooked, and resemble cellophane, a clear material with a light gray or brownish-gray color. Read more
€0,50
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Very thin glass noodles made of mung beans. These noodles are used in soups, pastries and hot pot. Read more
€1,35
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Corn starch noodles. Read more
Glass Noodles

Glass noodles are made of starch from Mung Beans. They are also known as Bean Thread Noodles, glass vermicelli or Fensi. Koreans use it for Chap Chae or soups, while in the Chinese cuisine it is used for Hot Pot and spring rolls.