The next time pasta night rolls around, try cooking Miracle Noodle's Angel Hair for your family. This pasta contains no soy, gluten or wheat, and is great in noodle stir-fries, Italian pasta dishes and good old fashioned chicken noodle soup.
If you have gluten free spaghetti fans in your house, try Peacock's Basmati Rice Spaghetti. These tasty spaghetti noodles have a firm texture. Top them with your favourite homemade tomato sauce and some fresh parmesan.
If you're planning to make a great Asian dish, you should consider using Peacock's Brown Rice Vermicelli. These delicious noodles go great in soups, spring rolls and cold salads. If you're feeling ambitious, use some in your next Asian-inspired stir-fry.
For your next pasta night, open a package of Eden's Buckwheat Soba. These 100% whole grain noodles have a rich, warming flavour that works well in broth, salads and stir-fries. You can also wrap it in toasted nori to make your own noodle sushi.
The next time pasta night rolls around, try cooking Miracle Noodle's Fettuccine. These flat noodles add a whole new dimension of low-calorie pasta to your cooking options, and the flatter noodles are great for holding cream-based sauces.
If you're looking for a neutral-tasting noodle to go with your next homemade sauce, check out Sea Tangle's Kelp Noodles. Made with mineral-rich sea kelp, these gluten free noodles are perfect for stir-fries and other hot dishes.
Simmer a batch of your best homemade sauce and pour it over Better Than Foods' Konjac Noodles. Made with organic konjac flour and organic oat fibre, this gluten free pasta is high in fibre and vegan-friendly.
If you’re looking for a great side dish, check out Konjac Rice’s Better Than Rice. This gluten free source of fibre is vegan-friendly and fat free. Best of all, you can make it in a hurry, as it’s ready in 1 minute.
Simmer a batch of your best homemade tomato sauce and pour it over Better Than Foods' Konjac Spaghetti. Made with organic konjac flour and organic oat fibre, this gluten free pasta is high in fibre and vegan-friendly.
Lotus Foods' love story starts with a journey to China, where the founders of Lotus Foods tasted black rice for the first time. In 1995, they started importing the rice and selling it to thrilled consumers. However, money was never the end goal. Changing the world was. That's why Lotus Foods is trying to change how rice is grown by supporting better growing practices and whole grain heirloom rice varieties that lessen environmental impact.