Authentic Italian pasta. Gluten-free. Made with ancient grain. Good source of protein. Preservative-free. Italian cuisine is inspired by passion, tradition, pleasure and especially great taste. Whether it's the pizzas or the wide variety of pastas, the Schar Bonta d'Italia specialties are made in Italy with the finest ingredients and are surprisingly easy to prepare. Available not only at home, but also at select Schar Bonta d'Italia partner restaurants - visit www.glutenfreeroads.com. The secret is in the millet. Naturally gluten-free and rich in nutrients, millet has been known since ancient times as a grain with many healthy attributes. Not only is this pasta good for you, but also it's good for the environment - our pasta is sustainable produced using solar, water and wind energy. We support celiac disease research and organizations that assist people with special dietary needs. Gluten-free. Wheat-free. Lactose-free. Schar club. www.schar.com. Visit us at www.schar.com. Questions or comments? Email info at schar.com or call 201-355-8470. Go to schar.com/club & sign up for free gluten-free coupons, discussion, promotions, recipes and expert advice. Facebook. Schar gluten-free. Twitter at SCHARglutenfree. Pinterest scharusa. Product of Italy.
12 oz (340 g) x 10
6 per pack
Store in a cool, dry place. How Italians Cook Their Pasta: Serving size 1/2 cup (55 g). 1. Bring a pot of 4-1/2 cups of water to a boil. 2. When the water boils, add 1 teaspoon of salt and 1 teaspoon of olive oil. 3. Add 1/2 a cup of dry pasta per person to the boiling water (To get the best taste and texture, the pasta should not be added to the water prior to boiling). 4. Cook the pasta for 11-13 minutes. 5. Once the pasta is cooked to your desired texture, drain the pasta and serve with your favorite recipe. Buon Appetito!
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