A NOTE FROM OUR FOUNDERS
Like many others, as we’ve grown a little older, we’ve realized that our diets needed some attention and that a more health-focused diet would benefit our family’s health. So – as passionate foodies – we started looking for ways to add vegetables and cut carbohydrates without sacrificing flavor. Spaghetti squash is one of those vegetables that does not get the attention it deserves. This low-carb substitute for pasta, rice, and potatoes has a delicate flavor that blends well with all cuisines. While adding it into our diet, we experienced the preparation challenges that come along with spaghetti squash – it is hard to cut, takes 30+ minutes to prepare, and feels a bit wasteful since over 50% of the weight is discarded from the skin and seeds.
Peter Mead has been in agriculture for several years and noticed the food waste created by strict retailer standards for perfect produce. Spaghetti squash is high on this list with softer skin that gets damaged in the field and in transit to retailers.
Jammie Underhill is a fourth-generation family farmer growing produce using the newest technology and focused on efficient sustainability. Having full traceability from seed to table is what he does for his family – and wants to share that with yours.
Donya Litowitz is a super foodie and loves to cook, create recipes, and delight friends and family with her delicious and innovative creations.
Together these three have created incogNoodles – a ready-to-eat spaghetti squash for the health-conscious consumer with a busy lifestyle (basically – US!)
The preparation options for this fantastic food are endless. We can’t wait for you to try incogNoodles too. From our kitchen to yours...
Peter, Jammie & Donya
Spaghetti squash develops natural scarring on the skin when leaves, sand and dirt rub the outside of the squash while growing in the field. This is completely natural and does not affect the inside quality of the vegetable.
YES! Spaghetti squash is great for specialty diets such as Keto, Paleo, South Beach diet, Whole 30, Weight Watchers, and many others. For each cup of incogNoodles, there are ONLY 3g of net carbs and 60 calories!
We are in the process of getting kosher certification. Stay tuned!
Yes, we have a non-GMO certificate.
Yes. We currently have a gluten-free certificate with Gluten-free Intolerance Group.
We are in the process of getting an organic certification. Stay tuned for new organic products!
Yes. We currently have a vegan certificate with Vegan Action.
incogNoodles is ready-to-eat. It can be prepared cold right out of the package in a salad or an ingredient in any recipe. For a hot preparation, remove from the bag and shred. The noodles can be heated in a pan, tossed in the sauce of your choosing, or in the microwave for about 60 seconds. (Heating time varies)
incogNoodles can be stored refrigerated and it best to be eaten by the best by date on the package.
We are carried in the produce section of the grocery store. To find the store closes to you, look at our store locator here.
It is not suggested to freeze incogNoodles.
It is not recommended to microwave incogNoodles in the bag. Please remove ring(s) from the plastic and place on a microwave-safe plate.
We recommend removing the squash noodles from the skin before heating.
incogNoodles is ready-to-eat and has been cooked to a perfect al dente squash noodle. As you reheat the noodles will continue to soften. When overcooked, the noodles get mushy.
We recommend that once opened, you eat incogNoodles within 5-7 days.
When cooked, the flesh of the squash separates into strands that look like noodles or ‘spaghetti’ hence the name - Spaghetti Squash.