Remember when you had to go to specialty food shops to find gluten free pasta? With more and more people having gluten sensitivity, gluten free products have now hit the mainstream. There are more gluten free products available in major grocery stores than every before – including gluten free pasta.
There are many different types of gluten free pastas in the market. Some are made with rice flour, corn flour, quinoa flour or a blend of several types. Some have a different taste or texture depending on what it’s made of but they generally perform well compared to bread and other baked goods that rely heavily on gluten for their integrity.
Catelli gluten free pasta is made from a unique four-grain blend of white rice, brown rice, corn and quinoa and can be found in most major stores across Canada including Shoppers Drug Mart, No Frills, Safeway, Loblaws and No Frills. A 340 gram box retails for approximately $2.99.
I received samples of gluten free pasta from Catelli to send out to my product review club so 24 lucky recipients had the chance to try the product for free.
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