Sorry it has taken me so long to get back in touch with you. I kept meaning to write you and then something would happen and I wouldn't get to it. So, here I am, finally!!!!! Glad you tried the Miracle Noodles. Had some myself last night for chicken parmesan. Very tasty. I want to try the new noodle...I think it is rotini for mac 'n cheese.
Happy Thanksgiving! Just dropping by with wishes to all my Spark Friends for a happy, safe, holiday. We're driving to Oregon to spend Thanksgiving with Rod's cousin and then have an appointment on Saturday with a real estate agent to look at houses. We're progressing pretty well with our moving plans, it looks like we'll be ready to list our house here for sale a week or so after returning from our trip. Still no call from the doctor to let us know the date of Rod's back surgery but that will hopefully be coming up soon too. Once we get moved and settled in I should be able to get back to a more normal routine - including SparkPeople. Stay safe and warm, you're in my thoughts
I buy my miracle noodles from miraclenoodles.com You can also buy them from Amazon. They are all fiber and are used by the Japanese. They have no fat, nogluten, no carbs and best of all no calories. they come in packages witg a liquid in them. When you open them they smell fishy, but that is from the fiber fermenting in the liquid. Simply rinse them in a colander and the smell is gone. Just boil for 3 minutes and they are ready to put in your spaghetti sacue, stir fry, whatever. they also now sell a rigatoni so you can have mac 'n cheese. I will be tyring them soon because I love mac 'n cheese. these noodles do nothing to my blood sugar so I can eat them without worry. I like them as a great alternative to real pasta. the texture is a little rubbery but I can handle that for the benefit I get. They remind me of Ramen noodles.