Yes, you can eat pasta as long at it's the right kind of pasta.
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You can use substitutes for wheat pasta to make them keto by
using a spiralizer is the easiest way to cut just about any vegetable into a low
carb pasta substitute. Follow the instructions for your spiralizer to make homemade keto pasta from your favorite vegetables like zucchini!
Other Great Noodles Include: Kelp, Cucumber, Celeriac, Spaghetti Squash Kohlrabi and even Eggplant. (is Eggplant Keto? Read More)
The thinner zucchini are generally better than the giant ones, because they hold up a bit better.and are less watery It is best to first pan fry or bake your zucchini noodles and then serve them with your favorite sauce like this Keto Alfredo or Keto Marinara or our pesto sauce recipe.
Shirataki noodles are Japanese style noodles which are often referred as "Miracle Noodles!"
because they are almost zero calories and zero carbs. These.have been used as low carb pasta alternatives for years! These Japanese-style noodles have a texture likened to tofu. they are smooth and a bit gelatinous. They are made from the fiber from konjac yam and water. They have 1 gram of net carbs per 3.5 oz of noodles.
Shirataki noodles should be rinsed
thoroughly They also produce an odor from the liquid they are stored in, it’s normal! Dry them before using!
Kohlrabi is a kind of turnip and in the same family as broccoli, cauliflower, kale, etc. It is super nutritious and is sturdy for using in low carb pasta salad recipes.
There are also keto pasta made from these flours:
Cauliflower Hearts of Palm
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Palmini (As seen on Shark Tank)