Being gluten free means that pasta dishes are pretty much nixed, since all the noodles are made using wheat flour. Which, for me, wasn’t that big of a loss since I’m not much of a noodle fan.
But some favorites, like spaghetti, were a favorite in the family that I missed being able to eat.
Fortunately, there are gluten free spaghetti noodles being sold in stores, so I can have one of my favorite family meals once again. But do these noodles live up to the taste?
Now, the thing about this product is that on the back of the box, it says that this product was “processed in a facility that uses wheat, eggs, and soy” which pretty much tells me that there’s a risk of cross-contamination. Just…lovely.
Process: I pre-washed the noodles, thinking that would wash away any initial wheat off of it. Then I cooked them in water and served them with Prego (which is gluten free).
Results: They might as well have said, “This product is contaminated, don’t bother if you are sensitive to these items listed here.” I had a reaction halfway through, and now my cat is eyeballing the dish.
Conclusion: I am not going to trust this product again. I mean, why bother being gluten-free at all if the product is around gluten anyways? It defeats the purpose of going through a gluten-free process.