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Cappello's Fresh Gourmet Gluten-Free Fettuccine
Gryphon Myers recently graduated from UC Berkeley with a degree in interdisciplinary studies, research emphasis in art, society and technology. He is a lifelong vegetarian, an organic, local and GMO-free food enthusiast and a high fructose corn syrup abstainer. He currently lives in Northern California. He also writes about and designs video games at Homunkulus.View all articles by Gryphon Myers
Gluten-free food companies are really starting to figure this pasta thing out, but there still aren't many fresh, gourmet-oriented options on the market. Cappello's provides a formidable entry with their almond flour-based gluten-free fettuccine. It's lower on the glycemic index than corn- or rice-based options, and it tastes fantastic.
Fettuccine alfredo really has to be one of the top five comfort foods of all time. It's delicious (for obvious reason), but really only done right with fresh pasta and a homemade sauce; if you're going to splurge on calories, make them count! It's notoriously hard to get the gluten-free thing right, but Cappello's nailed it. The texture and consistency of their fettuccine are both spot on, and it tastes just like fresh wheat-based pasta, but with a subtle almond flavor. Long story short, Cappello's gluten-free fettuccine is much better than any gluten-free pasta I've tried, and it's some of the best fettuccine I've tasted, gluten-free or otherwise.
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