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#16 Eliza444

 
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Posted 25 January 2005 - 11:52 AM

I am interested to know where you all find these Pastas' Schars,-Tinkyada Rice, and Ancient Harvest. I am in an area where there are not many good Health Food stores, that carry gluten-free. Please help.
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Posted 25 January 2005 - 01:02 PM

I'd like to know where to get other brands too.
So far, Mrs. Leepers Rice spaghetti is not too bad, Notta Pasta is okay.
I don't recommend Lundbergs rice pasta it has a funny flavor - I think.
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Posted 25 January 2005 - 02:20 PM

i've had really good luck with bionaturae, to me it tastes just like the real thing. they are an italian company that makes both semolina and gluten free pastas. i ordered mine online.

i've also found that the best pasta for macaroni is plain rice noodle macaroni. you can get these at asian food stores.
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Posted 26 January 2005 - 03:30 AM

http://www.tinkyada.com is their website. If there's no healthfood store in the area that carries it, you have two options: to bring in some information or a picture or whatever about the product and ask the healthfood store to stock it, or to order it from one of a multitude of sites that carry it. Since Tinkyada is a very common name when it comes to pasta, just the way Kinnickinick is for bread, you should be able to find it at almost any online shopping place for special diets or celiac.
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