Update 4/06. Read below for posterity and a link to a great low carb lasagna recipe, but the only low carb lasagna noodles now are Dreamfields. You can have them delivered to your door by ordering from netrition.com. You can read the Dreamfield review here.
During the holidays lots of people make lasagna rather than have turkey, etc. Well, there are two ways to make low carb lasagna, one is a low carb cabbage lasagna version (great!) and the other is actually made with low carb lasagna noodles. The only low carb lasagna noodles that I know of are made by American Italian Pasta Company, but their website is a mess. It is impossible to search, and they don't make it easy for their audience because they want to keep up the facade that local brand names are the most important thing that their audience cares about. I know they would increase their sales if they just put up one page highlighting the low carb lasagna noodles and listing what stores sold what brands, but big companies are just clueless about websites period. (Love that nonsearchable flash bells and whistles!)
Anyhow, here is an email that I just received:
I live in Minnesota; I need to buy Lasagna noodles for a dinner party on Saturday
December 4; can you help?
I can’t find them locally.
And my response:
American Italian Pasta Company is in Missouri, their email is firstname.lastname@example.org and their telephone number is 816 584-5000. They make low carb pasta noodles under the name Anthony's, Ravarino and Freschi, and Mueller's. I think Ravarino and Freschi is the one that is available in Minnesota. Give them a call or email them to find out what store carries that brand. (And they do make low carb lasagna noodles... the only company that I know of that does.)
Hope this helps!
I'll send a copy of this post to American Italian Pasta Company -- not that I think it will help! ConAgra foods still hasn't fixed their Slim Jim site. (They tell you they make 533 million Slim Jims a year but don't tell you the nutrition info!)