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PostSubject: Pastas, Macaroni, Spaghetti, Boxed, Mixes or Canned   Sun Oct 28, 2007 5:00 pm

Might as well start with Annies. While they make an extensive variety of organic pasta mixes this one for us is only labeled " Natural"

Annie's Homegrown Gluten-Free Rice Pasta & Cheddar Mac & Cheese, 6-Ounce Boxes



You can order a case at amazon.com



Gluten- and wheat-free pasta; KSA Dairy kosher


Made with only the best ingredients: RICE PASTA (RICE FLOUR),CHEDDAR CHEESE (CULTURED PASTEURIZED MILK, SALT, NON-ANIMAL ENZYMES),
WHEY, BUTTERMILK, BUTTER, SALT, NATURAL FLAVOR, NATURAL SODIUM PHOSPHATE, ANNATTO EXTRACT FOR NATURAL COLOR.

Manufactured in a wheat- and gluten-free facility

CONTAINS MILK INGREDIENTS.

MADE ON SHARED EQUIPMENT

THAT ALSO PROCESSES SOY.


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It tastes great! Taste-tested among nearly 200
consumers, Annie’s gluten-free Rice Pasta & Cheddar scored higher
than nine points out of ten for purchase interest, satisfaction and
preference.



you can get a case of 12 at annies fopr $29.48 here

Some cool freebies for those who are into natural and organic living


I have two boxes of this in my cupboard. I haven't tried this yet but have tried other Annies products and they have been very good.


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PostSubject: Re: Pastas, Macaroni, Spaghetti, Boxed, Mixes or Canned   Wed Nov 07, 2007 12:44 am

I've had Annies, and they aren't bad, but I doctor mine up with some cream and very aged Cheddar ( XXX sharp !), then it isn't bad, taste similar to Amy's rice mac and cheese then.

It does make a nice amount, about three side servings and two dinner servings.

Nice comfort food in a box.
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PostSubject: Pastato Panda Potato Gluten-Free Macaroni & Cheese (Yell   Wed Nov 07, 2007 4:41 pm

Gluten-Free Macaroni and Cheese by Pastato - Excellent Mac and Cheese! Pastato
potato pasta is made in a totally gluten-free manufacturing facility.
They do not use any ingredients containing gluten, thus eliminating the
possiblity of cross-contamination. This is of vital importance to
individuals with gluten intolerance. In addition to wheat, their pastas
are free of eggs and do not contain any preservatives.Ingredients:
Potato Pasta - (potato flour & rice). Cheese Sauce Mix (cheddar
cheese - milk, bacterial culture, salt, microbial enzymes, salt,
disodium phosphate - a natural emulsifer, xanthan gum, annato - a
natural vegetable dye, citric acid).

Can be purchased here
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PostSubject: Orgran Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce   Wed Nov 07, 2007 4:43 pm

Orgran Spaghetti in Tomato Sauce this is not certified Kosher, but is vegan and has no animal derivatives.

It is parve though, no dairy or eggs

Just heat and serve. This product is naturally wheat free and gluten free and is produced from a superior blend of rice and legume split pea specifically developed to assist the inclusion of nutritious legumes in our diet. Prepared with a delicate tomato sauce containing no added cane sugar, no dairy and no animal derivatives, you are assured of the quality of this product. This special combination of rice as the higher complex carbohydrate source and split pea as the protein source provides nutritional qualities that are not available as individual grains. Ideal as a meal or in between snack. Made in Australia from local and imported ingredients.

The Orgran range of products is totally natural, with nothing artificial added. Full of flavor and natural nutrition, the range is suitable for a wide variety of people with restricted dietary requirements. The Orgran production plant is totally dedicated to the manufacture of dietetic foods. The state-of-the art facility is dedicated to totally wheat-free and gluten-free production, eliminating the threat of cross-contamination.

VEGANS AND VEGETARIANS: Orgran products are free from animal derivatives.

COELIACS: The entire range of Orgran products are wheat-free and gluten-free.

FOOD ALLERGIES & INTOLERANCES: The Orgran range of products are totally natural. Free from artificial colors, flavors, and preservatives. In addition, the products are also dairy- and egg-free.

DIABETICS: Orgran products have been reviewed by Diabetes Australia and
are suitable to include in the menu plans of diabetics in consultation with their health professional.

WEIGHT PROBLEMS: Low in fat and containing no cholesterol, Orgran products are suitable to include in weight-reduction programs.

NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES: Orgran products undergo minimal processing to retain the highest possible nutrient content available.

You can buy a case of it here
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PostSubject: Namaste Foods   Wed Nov 07, 2007 6:08 pm

Say Cheez Pasta Meal, Wheat/Gluten-Free

Ingredients

Brown Rice Pasta (Brown Rice Flour, Water),
Shelled Hemp Seed, Rice Milk Powder, Sea Salt, Onion Powder, Paprika,
Natural Non-Dairy Cheddar Cheese Flavors, Tumeric Powder, Garlic Powder
an Calcium Lactate.

All Natural. Easy to prepare. A delicious cheese flavored pasta blend.
This mix is free of gluten, wheat, potatoes, nuts, soy, corn, dairy,
and casein.



Namaste Foods Pasta Pisavera Pasta Meal, Wheat/Gluten-Free
An Italian Delight! Just boil this
veggie brown rice pasta, drain, and add our delicious Italian Seasoning
packet for a quick and easy side dish. Or, embellish with chopped
chicken, artichoke hearts, peppers, you name it, for a satisfying
entree!

Veggie pasta (brown rice flour, spinach powder, tomato powder, carrot powder, water), shelled hemp seed, sea salt, garlic, onion, Italian herbs.

Add oil. Makes 4 side dish servings or 2 main dish servings.

Namaste TACOS SHELLS PASTA MEAL

Delicious shell-shaped Mexican pasta blend will make your taste buds jump for joy! Simple to prepare, as a side dish or add black beans, cilantro, chopped chicken and on and on for a Mexican flavor sensation!
Ingredients:Brown rice pasta (brown rice flour, water), shelled hemp seed, sea salt, tomato powder, garlic, paprika, onion, cayenne pepper.Makes 4 side dish servings or 2 main dish servings.


All Certified Kosher by CRC (Chicago Rabbinical Council)
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PostSubject: BIONATURE   Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:21 pm

I got these at my local health food store and finally cooked them up,
Organic and Glulten fRee, Circle K certified

Made from rice, potato and soy

They only take 6 minutes to cook ( these were elbows) and that is 12 minutes shorter than tinkyada.

They were good, kept their shape, only thing, they are a bit pricer than tinkyada. $4.39 for 12 oz

I would get these again if I could find them a bit cheaper. Smile
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PostSubject: Tinkyada   Thu Dec 27, 2007 10:24 pm

Pasta Joy!

I have had many of these varieties and wanted to give a review on the Grand shells. These were the rice bran ones, 8 oz. They made enough to fill my regular 13x9" baking pan with stuffed shells. Make your usual recipe, they hold up very well. I also used some to stuff with tuna salad.

These take 18 minutes to cook, or bring water to boil and boil with shells for a minute or two and then shut off heat and cover for 20 minutes. Seems to work well enough and you don't have to stand guard for boil overs! Smile
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PostSubject: Mac and NO Dairy Cheese   Mon Feb 18, 2008 3:08 pm

Check out this topic here

This company has an organic, vegan GF cheese substitue and sells it individual packages or in a mix with brown rice pasta to make Mac and 'cheddar' cheese, and also in an alfredo version. This can be served with any meat dish as it is non dairy. Made with soy.

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