Wednesday, March 5, 2014

The Next Big Thing: Mung Bean Fettuccine

Mung bean fettuccine has only two ingredients! Mung beans and water. I add fresh cracked black pepper, nutritional yeast and pumpkin seeds here.
Hi Everybody,
Cici here. I am really really IMPRESSED with the mung bean fettuccine. Here at my juice bar Rawgoddess Baja del Sur, we've run out (again) because it really does rival an authentic 'al dente' pasta from Italy... you truly will never miss your childhood pasta again. I've pasted in my affiliate link and even at these very low prices, I can receive a small commission from your order and appreciate it very much.

Make a great sauce by blending olive oil with fresh garlic cloves, sea salt and your choice of herbs. By adding nutritional yeast, lemon juice & a bit of cashew butter, you can make a creamy alfredo sauce.

The amazing thing about this besides how REAL it tastes is that it is completely gluten free and grain free!

Angela Stokes-Monarch says:
Yep ;)  It seems we've found the next new big thing for the health movement.  If you haven't already heard, we're so excited to bring you: Mung Bean Fettuccine and Black Bean Spaghetti.  Each of these products only have two ingredients!  Organic Mung Beans and Water or Organic Black Beans and Water!  As you will see in the video futher below, I feel that if you've ever been to Italy and had the best "al dente" pasta in the world, then you'll surely d!scover with delight that these new pastas totally compare.  In fact I don't even think a person would know the difference between traditional Italian wheat pasta vs. this new Mung Bean Fettuccine: it could be fed to family members as a healthy alternative without them even knowing! Everyone who is trying these new pastas is in love with them!
Matt and Angela called the company to find out exactly how these "m!racle" foods are processed.  They call these pastas m!racle foods, because they're extremely high in protein and low in fat.  They even have more protein than carbs.  

(You can soak or cook these.)

It's hard to find a food with such a high protein content and low fat/carb content in the Raw Foods Movement.  Additionally, these pastas are extremely easy to digest and don't involve the usual issues that people experience when they are trying to digest beans.  So when Matt and Angela called the company to get the processing details, they shared the following:

"We grind the organic beans into flour and add 8% water and then extrude the moist dough mixture into a spaghetti or fettuccine shape at very low heat (about 120 degrees F.) and then they are dried and cut and packed." 

pls click this link to buy the pasta & benefit cici's Rawgoddess del Sur ;)
Ok so, the "Raw Food" enzyme-saving cut-off temperature is widely said to be 118 degrees.  They said it's "about" 120 degrees, which could mean give or take a couple of degrees.  We were so excited to hear that the temperature is right around the "raw" border line.  We feel so excited good about these products.  These pastas contain only two ingredients each and one of those ingredients is water.  I'm so excited about these pastas that I'm most likely going to make them a permanent staple in my d!et, not only for the amazing taste but also because of the high protein content, with low fat and carb content. 

Try it for yourselves and see how it feels.  Angela has been eating 100% raw for almost 12 years now and says in her newsletter she feels lighter with more energy after eating this Mung Bean Pasta, rather than either high fat or high carb raw food recipes that people generally consume. 

Consider this an ideal food to feed your families. They probably won't even know that you switched their white-flour-high-carb-gluten-filled pasta for healthy high protein mung beans lol.  There are many health food advocates out there, such as Dr. Joel Fuhrman, who recommend these pastas as a healthy staple in people's diets.

Furthermore, they are inexpensive.  If you get a 6-pack, the price is $3.99 for each bag, before you use any coup0n codes.  Otherwise, they are $4.99.  There's a lot of food in these bags: $3.99 each, to feed your entire family for dinner, is an incredible deal.  Wait until you see how much one bag of Mung Bean Fettuccine makes in the video below!

The mung bean fettuccine is off the hook delicious.

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Here's the video below of Angela making her new favorite meal, with Mung Bean Fettuccine!   Check it out! :-)

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Thank you for trying this. I know you will love it!

This fettuccine is taking the health food world by storm! I love that it is high protein and no fat, no grains! Here I have paired with a simple cut cilantro, avocado, tomato and nutritional yeast, fresh cracked black pepper but I often make a creamy alfredo fm the olive oil, pressed garlic, sea salt and blend w nutritional yeast and cashew butter!!! :) 
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