Because konjac shirataki noodles are 97 percent water, they are very low in calories, with as few as 20 calories per serving. Tofu shirataki noodles have slightly more calories, but are still considered a low-calorie food. Both varieties of shirataki noodles have little or no fat.Do shirataki noodles need to be refrigerated?
You can usually find Shirataki noodles in the refrigerated section of Asian markets and well-stocked grocery stores. Note that the konjac noodles don’t actually need to be refrigerated and can be stored for months in the cupboard in their original packaging.What is Shirataki made of?
Shirataki (白滝, often written with the hiragana しらたき) are thin, translucent, gelatinous traditional Japanese noodles made from the konjac yam (devil's tongue yam or elephant yam).Where can you buy Miracle noodle?
But you CAN find local stores which stock them on the miracle noodle store locator. At the moment they list suppliers in the US, UK, Canada, Sweden, Mexico, Norway, Finland, Ireland and Denmark. All of these suppliers or a website where you can find them are available on the store locator.