Exas Spaghetti, Og, Black Bean, 7.05-Ounce (Pack of 6)
- Gluten Free
- High protein
- Low carbs
- Tastes great
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Top Customer Reviews
As with most alternative noodle choices, you cannot cook up too much and store them in a sauce. They will absorb the moisture and get mushy. You can cook the entire bag, let them cool and then place them into individual baggies or containers to freeze for later. They defrost well and maintain their flavor.
For people afraid these will taste too much like beans, you don't have to worry; they do not. I have served these noodles to a couple picky teenagers who loved them and wanted me to give them more.
And don't worry they don't taste like beans, for those of you who are familiar with the residual bean flavor you get from the gluten free bean flour mix. This is such a unique product and I wish you could buy it in a little bit of a larger bag or container, but other than that I have NO complaints about this product.
People should definitely include this on their grocery list!
I hope to be serving it at my wedding!!
HAPPY EATING EVERYONE!!!
goes great with ground lamb!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tastes good but it looks like worms when cooked. Hard to get it into the mouth.Published 16 months ago by TreeceT
Loved the idea of this pasta but the taste is like cardboard. I made an italian pasta salad and used this pasta with lots of veggies and italian dressing. BLAH. Read morePublished on May 29, 2013 by evelyn lee
This is the best product in its category. The taste and texture are just unctuous. Yam! I hate rice pastas' taste and texture, so this is a great alternative for me. Read morePublished on October 2, 2012 by Alexandra