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Le Veneziane Fettucce, 250-Gram Packages (Pack of 12)
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on January 10, 2011
This gluten free pasta cooks up like wheat versions and tastes yummy. Leftovers are good the next day, too. Italians really do know how to do gluten free.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on January 19, 2011
I have several family members with celiac's so cooking for a large italian family gathering is a huge challenge if you want to keep your meals simple when pasta is a must have menu item. I've tried all the brown rice based pasta brands with mixed results. They are either cook up too gummy, release a lot of starch in the water while cooking, fall apart when mixing the cooked pasta with other ingredients or they do not make great left-overs the next day. The Le Veneziane pasta is fantastic! My very picky daughter didn't even realize she was eating gluten-free pasta (she always turned her nose up for the brown rice pasta). This corn based pasta cooks, feels and taste like the "real" deal and my entire family now prefer this brand over all other wheat based or gluten-free pasta.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on February 7, 2012
My entire eats gluten-free due to having 3 celiacs. We first tried this pasta at an Italian restaurant in San Francisco and were blown away with the taste and texture. It was just like wheat pasta! We've tried many brands of brown rice pasta, corn pasta, corn/quinoa blends and this is our absolute favorite.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on March 2, 2012
This is by far not only one of the best gluten free pastas I've had , but one of the best pastas period. Meaning I would pick this over most glutenous pastas. Has a very great taste to it and will continue to buy this pasta for as long as it's around!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on February 8, 2011
I don't need gluten-free pasta but I like trying new foods. I was pleasantly surprised with the ditalini in the 250 gr box (9 ozs). I like this small pasta to put in soups and sides. It is a beautiful yellow color and tastes great. I was also very happy that it comes packaged in a bag within a box. That means no chance of little critters getting inside the inner sealed package, love that. Most pastas out there do not have pastas in a secondary plastic insert and I've had to throw boxes out b/c I didn't get to eat them b/4 the critters did! The expiration date on these is also great--Sept of 2012 and it is only February of 2011 as I type this. On the ingredient label I do not see any listing for the fiber content which I like to know b/c I'm on WW; but that's a small negative. This is made in Italy which seems to me a place that knows their pasta. All in all, a good find and I will share it with friends, celiac and non-celiac alike.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on March 26, 2014
I've never tried gluten-free pasta before, but my son's girlfriend is on a GF regimen. We are having Easter dinner at my house and, being Italian, I wanted to make my baked ziti recipe, but I also wanted to accommodate her dietary restrictions. I bought Le Veneziane ahead of time to try it out, after I read reviews that it won national taste tests. I have to say I agree with the judges... it is just delicious. At the 9 minute "al dente" stage, it has the same taste, feel and nice chewy bite as regular semolina pasta. It absorbs the salted water just the same too. I don't think anyone will be able to tell the difference!! This pasta stands up with any good brand out there as outstanding!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My husband has a Gluten Allergy so I am always on the search for the "best" GF items. This was ok, not great. We like bionature the best. Whole foods carries it.
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on May 15, 2012
There are a lot of foods I can't have - wheat is one of them. I have tried several different brands of gluten free pasta and while they were okay or good enough to eat none of them gave me the satisfaction that wheat pasta did. Until I tried this.

This pasta acts like wheat pasta - cooks up very well and it is just as good the next day. Stays together - doesnt fall apart like some GF pastas and holds any type of sauce you put on it.

However, if you make it too el dente the next day it will be a little harder and you wont be able to eat it cold (pasta salad) without reheating it with a little oil or butter.

I didnt follow the instructions for cooking instead I cooked it this way:

Bring water and salt to a boil - put the pasta in - and boil for one min. Cover and turn off - let sit in the hot water for 8 mins. (keep it covered)

This worked great for me and comes out perfect each time. You can go up to 9 mins - but i wouldnt leave it too long unless you like pasta on the mushy side.

I'm so happy I found this by mistake - I love this and its wonderful to be able to have a good wheat free pasta!
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on January 8, 2012
Most of the time, going gluten-free because of a recent celiac diagnosis has been fairly easy to do. You just have to remember to be vigilant, ask a lot of questions and read all labels and ingredients lists. Realistically, who is going to actually MISS crappy fast food (most of which is loaded with gluten)?

A couple of weeks ago after peppering my favorite neighborhood Italian restaurant with questions about their gluten-free preparation methods, I decided to roll the dice and order a gluten-free pasta dish.

Wow. It was so good, with the taste and consistency of regular semolina pasta, that I was extremely nervous that I had blown it. Needless to say, I was wrong and felt fine after enjoying the meal.

After trying countless gluten-free pasta types and brands: rice, buckwheat, quinoa, corn, etc. etc... Le Veneziane is absolutely hands down THE best gluten-free pasta out there period. I cannot recommend it highly enough.

The owner of the restaurant gave me some to take home and then the hunt was on to actually FIND some in a store. Then again, why bother when you can buy it by the case and get free 2-day shipping?
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on July 6, 2013
When I had to go gluten-free, the only options I could find in stores at the time were rice-based. They absolutely sucked. Got all gummy and pasty in boiling water, had a nasty film to them. Rice-based is just gross, haven't found a rice-based pasta that I liked.

Found these in a supermarket in Montreal, and was floored! This tastes so much like the real deal, folks. No pastiness, no gumminess, no film. Just straight up good al dente pasta. Sauce sticks well, and this stuff even tastes amazing with just plain ol' olive oil or butter. This stuff is imported from Italy, and who better to tackle the task of coming up with respectable gluten free pasta than the Italians themselves.

Now that I've moved away, I'm glad I can find these on Amazon. If Amazon ever stops selling these, my heart will break because it seems hard to find anywhere else.

If you need to eat gluten free, hurry up and hit that order button because guess what? You can have pasta again.
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