Original German Home-Style
Made from finest wheat semolina with eggs from cage free chickens
Bar Code Number
7 53182 67864 1
17.6oz (1.1 lbs) 500 g
2oz dry (56g)
1.5g - 2%
0g - 0%
40mg - 14%
10mg - 1%
39g - 13%
Durum Wheat Semolina, Eggs.
Place the pastain boiling salted water and cook until al dente. Strain and serve as desired.
Extra broad noodles
Cooking time: 8 minutes
Rodeo Food Distribution Inc.
10848 Cantara Str
Sun Valley, CA 91352
Tel: (323)936-7117, Fax: (323)936-7118
Food Review (Posted on 10-21-2017)
Being sold at clearance price, and being a huge fan of pasta myself, I wanted to give this a huge try. Also, looking at the label, these are pasta made from Germany and not Italy. Something different for a change, I suppose, so it's natural I decided to take it in for a "taste drive."
Partnering with alfredo
sauce to go with it, the taste is unbelievably good. It's tender and the flavor isn't too strong; It's enough to fill and satisfy you on every bite with each strand. If you read the ingredients above, there's nothing else but just the wheat recipe and the eggs to make this amazing product. How often does the average consumer run into delicious pasta made in another country besides Italy? Saying the taste and quality is "better" than Italian pasta is up for debate, but it certainly has a simple taste to go with any sauce you partner it with.
I really don't have anything bad to say about this since everything is excellent, and it's what food companies ought to follow and produce. None of this GMO crap that food companies added in our food to prevent being scolded by state governments and having their business shut down because they're not poisoning/killing us hard enough.
One last thing about pasta: NEVER
buy pasta from Barilla
. In fact, boycott Barilla because an apology isn't enough. Shutting down the company is the best method. Click this link and read why.
Food wasn't made to discriminate; Anyone is welcome to eat anything, as long as they keep their diet in check. In this case, buy this pasta, not Barilla.
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