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Tinkyada Brown Rice Spaghetti Pasta - 16oz

Item# 210-14767372-AF | Model# 14767372 | Added on February 26, 2017 |
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Tinkyada Brown Rice Spaghetti Pasta - 16oz
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Enjoy your pasta the way it was meant to be made with the Brown Rice Spaghetti Pasta from Tinkyada. Made in a facility without cross-contamination, this wheat-free and gluten-free pasta adds a great taste to your favorite pasta dishes. It keeps its texture and isn't mushy so you can make your pasta creations with the same consistency as you would a wheat-based pasta dish. Gender: unisex.
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George Payne
| Earned 345 community points in Gluten Free have it

The closest thing to wheat pasta that is gluten free


The very first GF pasta I found years ago was made with corn. I boiled it and it completely dissolved in the water. It has been a long road to get it right, but this Tinkyada Brown Rice Pasta, WITH RICE BRAN, got it right first and has not been superseded. I remember weird textures, tastes, smells, flavors, stickiness, etc. I don’t know what they do to this formula to make it so much like wheat pasta in texture and flavor, maybe it’s the rice bran, but it is right on. It is hard to tell the difference from the real thing. When you want a substitute for real wheat pasta, without gluten, this is the one. It is my favorite wheat pasta substitute, and my worst fear is that they are going to stop making it. Spirals are great for holding lots of tomato sauce, elbows are great for mac & cheese, other spaghetti shapes are good for any sauce. As always, compare oz/ pack x packs per case x number of cases divided by the price.

June 3rd
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