Konjac FAQs

About our Konjac products.

They Originate from Thailand.

During our initial 3 months, we sourced them directly from China. After much research and trying the different konjac products, we found an alternative and reliable supplier that was based in Thailand that had the same aligned goals as us, that is quality and health over profit. We tried their products and the products we first brought in from China. The difference was significant which is why ever since then we only trusted our current supplier from Thailand. 

How do I cook them?
1. Drain and wash the noodles/rice
2. Soak them for about 30s
3. Put them in the microwave/boiling water for only 20s to heat up.
4. Cook with any sauce you like. 

What are the benefits of Konjac products?
They are low in calories and high in fibre. Great for people who'd like to maintain their weight and/or remain healthy. 

What are the ingredients?
The 3 main ingredients that can be found on all of our products are:
1. Water
2. Glucomannan Konjac Flour
3. Calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2) commonly known as limewater.

Some products have Spinach/Oat/Starch flour in it. A more detailed ingredient list can be found on each listing product description. 

Which item contains oats?

Udon and Rice cake

Which item contains soy?

Bee hoon and Ban mian

How is Konjac textured like?
They have a slight jelly-like textured to it. Some products are definitely chewier than other. If you have not tried any Konjac noodles/rice before, feel free to try out sample pack to give yourself an idea of how different Konjac product texture and taste is like. 

What's the differences between Udon, Bee Hoon and Maggie? OR Thick kway teow and Ban Mian?

Here's a clear comparison between the types of noodles. For a more details, please refer to its individual listing. 

Who are they suitable for?
They are safe for kids, pregnant women and even people with type 2 diabetes mellitus (DM). They are scientific articles on how Konjac can be beneficial for people with type 2 DM, they do not spike up blood sugar levels as aggressively as normal wheat products. But please do your due diligence/consult a doctor as well. As always, do consume our products in moderation.

Is too much Konjac bad?
We cannot emphasise enough the importance of eating everything in moderation. Anything that is consumed excessively is bad and yes, over consuming Walnut is bad.

*refer to here where we briefly explain why consuming anything excessively is bad. *

Certification for our product
They are Halal, IFS, HACCP, BRC, FDA, USDA organic, Kosher, CE organic and Japanese Organic.  

*me, I, my refers to the owner of the shop.
**I am a Science Major not a dietitian, I am only applying what I've studied over the years into our daily lives. You can find out a little more about me here.