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Moroheiya: A Super Vegetable That is more Nutritious Than Spinach, Carrots, or Broccoli (Video).

Tuesday, July 1, 2014 12:35
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Do you love ramen noodles? Do you love getting healthier? If you said yes to any of these questions than you should try GreeNoodle! GreeNoodle also called Moroheiya is a very nutritious super vegetable that has been used for it’s health and beauty benefits since ancient times. The Egyptians loved it! I was given the privilege to try GreeNoodle and may I tell you it’s so delicious! You make it just like ramen noodles so it’s very fast to make. It comes with soup powder and chili paste. I also add some extra chili powder, thyme, and coconut oil for a spicy boost. 

 

 

 

In America, few have heard of “moroheiya”; however, it has actually been eaten in Egypt since ancient times, and even in Japan it is known as a super nutritious food and is widely popular. Compared to the nutritional value of other vegetables, its dietary fiber is more than twice that of spinach and pumpkin, 1.5 times the beta carotene of carrots, more than twice that of spinach, and 5 times the calcium of spinach. High in nutritional value, moroheiya has been incorporated in noodles, making an innovative product called “GreeNoodle.” Already available in the U.S. for two years, it has been attracting attention as a healthy alternative to ramen (chopsticksny). 

 

 

 

Moroheiya has a characteristically sticky texture, and the ingredients that make this sticky texture are effective in forming mucous membranes in the body. However, the stickiness makes it difficult for non-Egyptians to incorporate it into their own cuisines and enjoy a lot of it.  It was Mr. Oga’s idea to come up with kneading moroheiya into noodles, which everyone loves. With the help of the staff of a leading Japanese noodle manufacturer involved in the development, making dried noodles containing moroheiya was fairly easy, but it was challenging to pull out a natural green color, give a certain body to the texture, and make it flavorful. After many trials, the taste and color were fine-tuned, which finally led to the completion of the GreeNoodle (chopsticksny). 

 

Also if your stocking up on food that will last for a long time or you’re a survivalist who is looking for nutritious and healthy noodles you should definetly try GreeNoodle!

 

Here is a review about GreeNoodle:

 

 

Stay groovy and eat GreeNoodle!

 

Sincerely,

 

Radical Rose

 

http://radicalrose.wordpress.com

 

Resources:

 

http://www.chopsticksny.com/contents/j-shop/2012/06/8912

 

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