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Bionaturae Organic Gluten Free Pasta

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I recently saw this at our local health food store and decided to try it. I have tried Tinkyada, Deboyles, and Ancient Harvest and have not been too impressed, so I was not going to get my hopes up on this one. Well I cooked some tonight and it was really good the best I have tried yet. The only suggestion I have is to cut the amount of salt it calls for in half at least or it will be too salty. Of course some people may like that. Unfortunately for all of you that are soy intolerant it does have soy in it. Here is the link: http://www.bionaturae.com/gluten.html

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I swear I've seen this at Hy-Vee (midwest grocery chain) before. Next time I go grocery shopping, I'll double check. Thanks for the tip

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I swear I've seen this at Hy-Vee (midwest grocery chain) before. Next time I go grocery shopping, I'll double check. Thanks for the tip

Many regular stores carry Bionaturae products, but not the gluten-free. I liked Bionaturae gluten-free the first few times I tried it, but then must have run into a couple of bad batches. Switched to Tinkyada and never went back.

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This is by far my favorite of all the gluten-free pastas I have tried, I regularly have at least a couple bags of the penne and spaghetti in my house.

It works great whether you want to make a baked pasta, regular red sauce, or maybe even some butter/cheese type deal. I have just recently been eating the spaghetti more, and I actually am starting to like that even more than the penne which is great. First "normal" tasting pasta (in my opinion) yet, I really don't like the Tinkayda for some reason, some wierd taste to it that I can never get past.

Also, if anyone ever makes baked mac and cheese, they do have elbow macorini (I've only found this at one store) but the penne actually works REALLY well with making baked mac and cheese, the cheeses melts right into the lines in the pene and into the tubes themselves and just comes out delicious. Just a reccomendation :-)

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I recently saw this at our local health food store and decided to try it. I have tried Tinkyada, Deboyles, and Ancient Harvest and have not been too impressed, so I was not going to get my hopes up on this one. Well I cooked some tonight and it was really good the best I have tried yet. The only suggestion I have is to cut the amount of salt it calls for in half at least or it will be too salty. Of course some people may like that. Unfortunately for all of you that are soy intolerant it does have soy in it. Here is the link: http://www.bionaturae.com/gluten.html

I love bionaturae. It's pretty much the only kind of pasta I buy now.

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