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Is There A Gluten-free, Casein-free Egg Noodle?
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I really love the Tinkyada pastas I've tried but I've only seen lasagne, penne, spaghetti, fettucine, curls and elbow...I've not seen an egg-noodle type pasta from them. Do they make one, is there another brand that tastes good?

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I really love the Tinkyada pastas I've tried but I've only seen lasagne, penne, spaghetti, fettucine, curls and elbow...I've not seen an egg-noodle type pasta from them. Do they make one, is there another brand that tastes good?

Oh I really hope someone replys back that yes there is a gluten-free egg noodles.....I know I can substitute Tinkyada pasta in place of noodles but it is not the same.

To be able to make chicken noodle soup again, and serve beef stroganoff over noodles again!!! I get sooo excited when I hear of these things!! I'll keep my fingers crossed.

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I miss egg noodles :( I hope there is a good tasting gluten-free option.

Hez

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Glutano makes a gluten-free egg noodle. I haven't tried it in soup (not sure if it would get too mushy) but they are good as noodles with butter- kids really like them. Tania Greenville, PA

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Thanks Tania, I'll see if I can find them!

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Bette Hagman's "Gluten Free Gormet" has a GREAT egg noodle for soups. Visitors don't even realize they are gluten-free, CF, etc. Page 93 I think and they aren't difficult to make.

My family begs for chicken soup with my homemade noodles every week...the only way to get out of it is to make them some of my chili instead but that doesn't always work...they want the soup with the noodles.

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Glutano makes a gluten-free egg noodle. I haven't tried it in soup (not sure if it would get too mushy) but they are good as noodles with butter- kids really like them. Tania Greenville, PA

Where do you find the noodles? I haven't seen them in my travels through the new grocery aisles or web sites?

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Bette Hagman's "Gluten Free Gormet" has a GREAT egg noodle for soups. Visitors don't even realize they are gluten-free, CF, etc. Page 93 I think and they aren't difficult to make.

My family begs for chicken soup with my homemade noodles every week...the only way to get out of it is to make them some of my chili instead but that doesn't always work...they want the soup with the noodles.

I have one of her cookbooks, but not that one I don't think. I'll check to see if it's in the one I have and if not, maybe an excuse to buy another cookbook! :D

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