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Zero Cuisine Cauliflower Mash Is a New and Healthy Low-Carbohydrate Alternative to Mashed Potatoes

 

New York, NY -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/22/2014 -- Serene Loong, the creator of Zero Cuisine, recently announced the launch of her new product, Zero Cuisine Cauliflower Mash.

“As far as we can tell, we are the first carbohydrate replacement Consumer Packaged Goods (CMG) that's almost entirely made from vegetables,” noted a representative of the company. “Most other low-carb packaged foods still have some element of traditional carbohydrates like durum wheat."

This makes Zero Cuisine suitable for dieters who prefer to cut out starchy carbohydrates entirely. But instead of asking people to give up their mash and rice, Zero Cuisine recreates alternatives from vegetables instead. By doing so, the company aims to facilitate sustainable lifestyle changes for long-term results.

A lean and preservative-free food high in vitamins and low in carbohydrates and calories, Zero Cuisine is also an excellent choice for gym fanatics who are building lean muscle mass, Type 2 Diabetes sufferers who benefit from eating low Glycemic Index (GI) foods, celiacs or those with a wheat intolerance, picky eaters who dislike consuming vegetables, and vegans and vegetarians.

According to a chart in Zero Cuisine’s video available on their Indiegogo page, their Cauliflower Mash is significantly healthier than a same-size serving of traditional mashed potatoes made with milk and butter. The Cauliflower Mash has 63 percent less calories, 38 percent less carbohydrates, 92 percent less fat, 150 percent more fiber, and 33 percent more Vitamin C..

Each pack of Cauliflower Mash is made from 1.2 kilograms of fresh cauliflower and is enough to make four servings. In accordance with the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) guidelines, each serving consists 140 grams of prepared mash. It is available in two delicious flavors: Garlic, Herbs & Sea Salt and Wasabi & Chives.

At this time, Zero Cuisine is accepting donations to fund its project. Contributors can donate fixed amounts of money—as little as $3—in exchange for product samples, recipes, and tasting sessions. Zero Cuisine aims to raise $10,000 by March 6, 2014.

Individuals interested in learning more about Zero Cuisine and its range of low-calorie and low-carbohydrate foods can visit Zero Cuisine on Indiegogo for more information. Customers can also subscribe to Zero Cuisine’s Facebook and YouTube accounts for frequent updates from the company.

About Zero Cuisine
Zero Cuisine is a leaner alternative to the traditional mashed potato. Each packet of Zero Cuisine is made from approximately 1.2 kilograms of fresh cauliflower, and contains every ingredient needed—except water—to make four servings of 140 grams of mash instantly. Zero Cuisine is a healthy choice for many individuals, including people who prefer to cut out simple carbohydrates to lose weight, want to build lean muscle mass, live a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle, or suffer from diabetes or celiac disease. For more information, please visit www.zerocuisine.com