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Banza Chickpea Pasta Elbows 8 Oz

Item# 210-53589218-AF | Model# 53589218 | Added on September 27, 2016 |
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Banza Chickpea Pasta Elbows 8 Oz
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Chickpeas make delicious pasta - that’s why we used them to create Banza! We took a household favorite and made it even better, turning the pasta you love into the pasta that loves you back. With almost double the protein, 3X the fiber, and nearly 30percent fewer carbs than traditional pasta, Banza is a meal you can feel good about serving and sharing. It’s also gluten-free and vegan, and packs 23G of protein in each serving, making it easy to cook a balanced meal in minutes. Banza has been featured in TIME Magazine, The New York Times, Food and Wine, the Today Show, Good Morning America, Business Insider, BuzzFeed, The Huffington Post, and many others. Our pasta is a favorite among celebrities like Kristen Bell and Robin Roberts, and we bet it can win over your taste buds, too! We use 4 natural non-GMO ingredients to make Banza: Chickpeas, Tapioca, Pea Protein, and Xanthan Gum. Each ingredient contributes to the delicious flavor and al-dente texture of our pasta which means it tastes just like the real deal. Banza is prepared just like regular pasta (cook in salted water at a rolling boil, strain and rinse) and we rmend topping Banza with your favorite sauce. It will re-heat well for leftovers so you can easily use it to meal prep for the week ahead. So, go ahead - bake your ziti, mac your cheese, and pesto the rest-o because pasta night is back on the menu. We can’t wait to see what you whip up! Gender: unisex.
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