FREE Giveaway! Pasta Zero

Have you heard of this?

Nasoya Pasta Zero Shirataki Noodles are a low carb traditional Japanese noodle that has 20 calories and 4g of carbs per serving. It absorbs the flavors you cook with…and will save you about 200 calories vs. regular pasta.

It’s fat free, gluten free, vegan and all natural.

One of the perks of blogging is that companies send me free stuff to sample and review.  (Bring it!)  The kind people of Nasoya sent me three vouchers for their new Pasta Zero spaghetti and fettuccine and in pay-it-forward fashion I’m going to give away one to a lucky winner!

I’m going to ‘fess up here:  I’m a bad cook.  (We eat a lot of cereal at my home – sad but true.)  So, if you would like to be in the running for this giveaway, please send me your favorite recipe for healthy spaghetti sauce or alfredo sauce (is that even possible?  Healthy alfredo sauce?) by the end of this weekend, October 21, 2012 and I will do a drawing for the lucky winner and let you know.

In 15 days, when I am able to eat carbs, again I’ll try out the winning recipe and post about it. 🙂

FYI – If you want to check out Pasta Zero on your own you can find it in the produce or dairy section of your grocery store.

Good luck!

Lisa (c) 2012 Lisa Traugott.  All rights reserved.  No portion of this blog, including any text, photographs, and artwork, may be reproduced or copied without written permission.

6 responses to “FREE Giveaway! Pasta Zero

  1. one pound tomatoes, 1/2 onion chopped, 2 carrots chopped, 5 marshroom chopped, 2 garlic, 28 oz can peeled and diced tomatoes
    4 t basil, 4t oregano. boil them for 20 mins.

  2. I don’t have the exact measurements, but I usually start with a couple cloves of garlic and an onion chopped, sauteed in a tiny bit of olive oil. I add ground turkey (or chicken) and cook until brown. I add a can of crushed tomatoes, a small can of tomato paste (usually get the one with herbs & spices) and then add some basil, oregano and pepper. I usually cook my sauce for over an hour, letting all the flavors mix together. In the last 20 minutes or so, I’ll toss in some mushrooms and zucchini.

  3. Pingback: What to do with shirataki noodles « The Not Big Anymore, Formerly Fat Guy·

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