April 5, 2020
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Hi my name is George Giannaris. I’m a chef and a restaurateur of 43 years and if you’re new to this channel I want to
tell you a little bit about why I’m here. I want to show you how to purchase bulk
organic ingredients either at Club warehouses or online and use those
ingredients so that the cost comes out just about as much as if you were to purchase non-organic and also I want to show you each week how to use those ingredients
efficiently so that you don’t waste them. One of the things I came across, which is
really interesting is this product called konjac shirataki pasta and I’m
glad I tried it before I read the Amazon reviews online because it got terrible
reviews, but let me tell you something this product here is truly a miracle
noodle. There’s a couple of reasons why it got bad reviews on Amazon. When you
open this stuff it reeks of fish. It’s horrible so you need to rinse it
extremely well and once it’s rinsed it smells like
nothing. I believe the reason why this thing got terrible reviews on Amazon is
because people were expecting it to taste like spaghetti or have the texture
of spaghetti and it doesn’t. Not even remotely close it’s more like a glass
noodle or a bean thread noodle. What’s great about this stuff is that it
has only 20 calories and almost no carbohydrates now even though I’m on a
keto diet I really don’t miss carbs but you know what I do miss? Texture. I miss
flaky phyllo dough and sometimes I miss pasta so when I need to fill that void
this stuff does a great great job. So, today we’re gonna make a super filling
super delicious super awesome Thai style konjac noodle using coconut oil and
peanut butter. I just want to give a quick shout out to
my buddy Harvey Passes who is a dentist in Great Neck and he’s the best dentist
around. I don’t know if you’re ever in that area. He’s been doing it for 40
years but for my 50th birthday he gave me this amazing Miyabi knife which is
just spectacular made of Mr 6-3 stainless steel and I’m gonna make a
knife like this you know like 25 years from now when I have the free time. This is such an easy dish you have to
give it a try so go to my website AwareHouseChef.com and download the
full recipe. I give this a 2 out of 10 on the P.I.T.A scale. Please continue to watch
my videos and don’t forget to subscribe thank you so much for watching!

Randall Smitham