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gte510i
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Can anyone find 100% jerusalem artichoke flour pasta?

at my hfs, there is deboles, but that has wheat listed as the first ingredient.

finding all the avoids in foods I thought were good, has me  

so i have, unwisely, given myself today as a 'cheat day'.  Eat what I want.  get it out of my system.  Then plan a day or two of cooking and mixing everything from scratch.  (please don't tell me i have to make my pasta from scratch, now too)

I've got a long time without pasta.  Then I found shiritake noodles,  but they don't hold up well to the heavy Italian dishes.  I a made myself bison marinara with portobello mushrooms.  I ate it over cooked millet with wasn't a great compliment to the dish.  And I do miss twirling vermicelli around my fork...
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Can't find it anywhere.   If you do, let me know


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If you do find it, you probably do not want it.

It either does not taste good or has wheat hidden in it.

Be particular careful in buying it if you need to get a large amount of it (10 pounds).


Here are some past posts on the pasta (there are more than this if you do a search).

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-btdlf1/m-1198800634/

http://www.dadamo.com/forum/archivea/config.pl?read=88363

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-btdlf1/m-1202250548/

http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/.....ions-artichok?blog=9

http://www.dadamo.com/cgi-bin/Blah/Blah.pl?b-lr4yt/m-1152126101/s-25/#num36


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gte510i
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i must not have searched with the magical combination of words.  nothing came up.  thanks csharp
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When you search the forums, the search form defaults to the most recent 90 days.  You may want to increase the # of days to find the information you want.  
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Paula 0+
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Can you not do rice pasta/tinkayada brand? It's very close to wheat pasta in texture, can't remember if it's off limits for gatherers.
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Tinkyada's the best!  It doesn't fall apart like other rice pastas.
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Paula 0+
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Yes, I love it and being half italian, think it is very close to semolina pasta....still has a lot of carbs, but if I can control myself, it's wonderful!
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I eat Kamut or Sooba Noodles. Not sure if you are allowed to do taht bitthose tow I actually really like. Only problem for me is the portion size, its tsill not clear to me how much  of the raw spagehtti to toos in the water to eat the right amount and not too much
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speaking of pasta....
yesterday went to have lunch at an Italian traditional restaurant down here.....we know the owner, so I went ahead and took a serving
of cooked rice pasta along with me in a thermos.
before taking my seat, made a quick stop to the kitchen door and had a word with the chef....
he made me an order of my spaghetti al aglio with no added anything but loads of garlic and olive oil, using my pasta!!!

it was succulent!


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