Konjac Glucomannan Powder

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Description
  • High Quality
  • Tasteless
  • Gluten Free
  • Low Calorie
  • Low Carb
  • Wheat Free
  • No Sugar
  • No Starch
It’s beneficial to:
Reduce the rapid rise in blood sugar after a meal
Prevent obesity
Reduce the absorption of cholesterol
Treat your constipation
Promote the excretion of toxic substances / Detox
It is a product that can be use to prepare quick and easy recipes.
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Konjac powder doesn’t have a taste of their own, it absorbs the flavors of whatever  you add.
Instructions to use:
Dissolve 2gms. in 100ml of cold or hot liquid.
Mousse consistency:
For 100mls of liquid 2gms of Konjac.
Add more or less Konjac according to your taste.
Never take it without been dissolve in liquid.
Use it as thickener
Konjac glucomannan is a natural, odourless soluble fiber that is found in the konjac plant. is the most viscosity fiber in nature. It has about ten times the viscosity than the corn-starch.
Konjac flour can be used as a thickening agent in food application. When using konjac flour for thickening, always mix it with a small amount of liquid (cold water, stock, wine, etc.) till smooth, then add this mixture to the food that you want thickened. If you add konjac powder directly to your food you will end up with a lumpy mess. Konjac powder can be used as a thickener for smooth gravies, sauces, glazes, soups, stews and casseroles. It is also a thickener in pies, puddings, custards and cake fillings. It’s the perfect substitute in cooking and baking when flour and other glutinous starches must be avoided.
Konjac powder doesn’t thicken very much when mixed with cold water, but quickly thickens when it’s heated. This is why you don’t add dry konjac powder directly to hot liquids. It will seize and immediately turn into lumps because the konjac powder that contacts the water so quickly and fully absorbs the liquid before the adjacent konjac powder can. Mixing konjac powder with cold water allows it to absorb the water slow enough that it’s easily and fully dissolved first. The dissolved konjac powder can then be added to a hot liquid to absorb it without lumping.
Konjac powder is an ingredient to thicken sauces and gravies or any other cooked recipe. To use konjac powder as a thickening agent, first disperse it in a little cold water or other “watery” ingredients such as soy sauce, and slowly add it (with constant stirring) to the other ingredients while they are cooking. About 1 teaspoon of konjac powder will gel about one cup of liquid. If you have not used konjac powder as a thickening agent before, it is best to experiment with it by beginning with lesser amounts, and adding as necessary until the desired consistency is reached.
Konjac powder has about ten times the thickening power of cornstarch. Dissolve the konjac powder in a little cold water before adding it to the sauce. Konjac flour thickens nicely when it’s heated to boiling temperature, so it usually works well for savory sauces.
You could also use a konjac powder to thicken your broth – konjac powder is a very powerful thickener and does not add much taste.

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100g, 250g, 500g, 750g, 1Kg, 2Kg

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