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any of you tried it? made without wheat, however, has some oat in it. ate a small handfull the other night and felt ok, bit one can't get full on that. anybody have any suggestions?
Posted on 01/27/08, 01:21 pm
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Reply #1 - 01/27/08  2:50pm
" I could be wrong on this, but you might want to re-read the label. From what I've heard it contains semolina, in addition to a grain and legume flour blend that has lentils, chick peas, oats, spelt, barley, egg whites, ground flax seed and wheat fiber. If those are the true ingredients, it's far from gluten-free. "
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Reply #2 - 01/27/08  5:23pm
" This pasta in not GF...CalGal is correct. They even list wheat in the allergen section.

Below are the ingredients:
Semolina, grain and legume flour blend (lentils, chick peas, oats, spelt, barley, egg whites, ground flaxseeds and wheat fiber), niacin, ferrous lactate (iron), thiamine mononitrate, riboflavin, folic acid.
Contains: Wheat and Egg Ingredients. "
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Reply #3 - 01/29/08  3:07pm
" thanks for clarifying. had not seen the ingredientlist myself. i guess it pays to doublecheck everything "
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Reply #4 - 01/31/08  5:35pm
" tinkyada.com
they have amazing rice noodles. you can find them at a lot of grocery stores too! they're the closest thing to real noodles we'll ever have!!! "
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Reply #5 - 01/31/08  7:24pm
" Slasher,
That's mostly what I eat the brown rice noodles. There is also another brand of pasta call bi-aglut but it's $10.99 a pacakge. Quite expensive but it tastes just like wheat pasta. "
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Reply #6 - 02/01/08  6:22pm
" Glutin free food will "break the bank", but i am a celiac that can eat oats. "
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Reply #7 - 02/01/08  10:59pm
" Best gluten free pasta I have found ( and I eat alot of it )
is Tinkyada Pasta Joy- Fettuchini style. 2.49 14 oz pk.made of rice bran.They have a web site.
Alot of places have brown rice pastas. If your regular store doesn`t have them,try
a market like Wild Oats or
Trader Joes, or an Asian Market. Or check the Asian aisle in a reg store and try some of the Asian rice noodles. Or you can order them online. But the ones at Trader Joe`s are only 1.79 for 1 lb. "

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