Best Gluten-Free Pastas

Updated February 2019
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Gluten-free pastas are created to replace traditional wheat pastas for people who want or need to avoid gluten in their diets. The same shapes and sizes of most common pastas are all available in gluten-free options. When buying, you really need to pay close attention to your dietary needs. These products are not all made from the same ingredients. Some are rice pastas, while others are made from corn or a combination of starches like potatoes or even legume starches. The products that seem to be most like a traditional white pasta are made from some base of corn. If you avoid corn or are worried about GMOs, you might try the brown rice pastas, which are close to wheat pasta and have a very good taste. Legume-based gluten-free products, like those made from lentils or chickpeas, offer the added benefit of being high in protein and high in fiber. These can be good options for people who love pasta but are watching carbs closely. 

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