Gluten Free Pasta Round Up, Which Is Best?


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I picked the best Gluten Free Pasta and reviewed it so you don’t have to waste your money. I bet you can’t tell the difference …

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  1. Margaret S.
    Margaret S. says:

    Will try the bio natura. Jovial has top notch tomatoes and beans too. Barilla is Italy’s leading brand of pasta so must give that a try too. The lentil and chickpea pastas are definitely NOT close. Thanks for reviewing.

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  2. Yesi Ibarra
    Yesi Ibarra says:

    Thank you!! Our daughter has many food allergies and sensitivities and mix that with resistant eating (due to autism) and it makes for a difficult time finding healthy replacements. This was so helpful.

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  3. Melody's Fireside Farm
    Melody's Fireside Farm says:

    I don't need gluten free but I love both Bionaturae and Jovial brands of pastas and tomato products. They are organic and I can get them in glass jars which I want all from Azure Standard. Since they can be pricy I get them in bulk to save a little. I'm happy to see that you picked both brands in case I ever need gluten free for company. It amazes me you can pick up all the different favors and textures, me it's just food and if it passes the smell test I'll eat it. Maybe eating for years in a chow hall you learn not to be selective. LOL Once again I really enjoyed this video and I know those with food issues find your videos extremely helpful!!

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  4. Lydia Lady
    Lydia Lady says:

    I've tried the Banza pasta, and I tried for the whole box to make it taste good, with the desired texture. So many packages have corn, or a corn derivative, that I am extremely cautious. Wheat starch gives me belly problems, but not gluten, so I often just make my own pasta. I work the gluten into a ball, let it rest, and roll it out. It can be a lot of work, so I don't make it often.

    Now, I'm going to have to watch that macaroni cheese video of yours. I love macaroni cheese, and I have a bit of a batch of my gluten dough left. Thank you for this. I'm going to have to stalk Amazon and see what they have available. The last I knew, they had run out of supplies when I ordered powdered goats' milk.

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