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Hi

Has anybody tried the tinkinyada spinach noodles and are they good? They are brown rice noodles with spinach powder. Thank you

lisa

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I don't think I have ever even seen these. I am hoping someone here has had them. They sound like they might be tasty.


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These were the first gluten-free noodles I ever had. They have a stronger flavor than mainstream spinach noodles, but I like spinach so that works for me. Otherwise, the texture is pretty similar to the regular Tinkyada.


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I've had the vegetable spirals which have spinach noodles in it. I thought they were very good, comparable to the "real" thing.


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My favourite are the tri-coloured fusilli noodles. I didn't know there were spinach ones. I can't wait to try them.


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