I have a couple packs of these yam noodles, which are made from yam flour and are fairly similiar to shirataki noodles. For those of you that are unfamiliar, this type of noodle comes in little bundles and is common in chinese hot pot cooking. The caloric content of the entire pack, which is 14 small little bundles is 100 calories and 16 g of fiber. I mean, it's excellent that it's so low in calories and high in fiber. However, I have read up the nutritional content of yams in several websites and a whole yam doesn't even measure up in terms of its fiber when compared to these noodles.
Im just unsure as to whether I should trust the label and believe that I'm really getting 16 g of fiber in consuming a container.
What do you think??