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Barilla Gluten Free Pasta, Fettuccine, 12 Ounce (Pack of 12) $19.10 AC, plus additional S&S savings

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Might be better off going to your local supermarket. For instance Stop n Shop usually has sales on pasta for $1 a box and you can buy a variety.
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Might be better off going to your local supermarket. For instance Stop n Shop usually has sales on pasta for $1 a box and you can buy a variety.
In California and we don't have that store.

Gluten free is always more expensive than non-GF.
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Might be better off going to your local supermarket. For instance Stop n Shop usually has sales on pasta for $1 a box and you can buy a variety.
Are you sure you are talking about Gluten Free ones? Never seen them for under $2 in any store. Yes, the regular ones go on sale often.

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Are you sure you are talking about Gluten Free ones? Never seen them for under $2 in any store. Yes, the regular ones go on sale often.

Edit: With the coupon and 15% S&S it came to $15.52 for me. Great deal, thanks OP !
Enjoy! Try Target's GF Spaghetti, bit starchy but when a $10/$50 Grocery comes out, works out to less than $1 per box.
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Enjoy! Try Target's GF Spaghetti, bit starchy but when a $10/$50 Grocery comes out, works out to less than $1 per box.
We are spoiled. Through business I go to Italy every few months. They have the best GF pasta there. Dare I say the ones I found there are better than regular Barilla pasta. It's amazing. And around $2 a pack in the supermarket there. If you can ever get your hands on these, try them! I bring tons of them back on every trip.

http://www.pastagarofalo.it/us_en.../type-long

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We are spoiled. Through business I go to Italy every few months. They have the best GF pasta there. Dare I say the ones I found there are better than regular Barilla pasta. It's amazing. And around $2 a pack in the supermarket there. If you can ever get your hands on these, try them! I bring tons of them back on every trip.

http://www.pastagarofalo.it/us_en.../type-long
Out of curiousity, does this stuff clean up any better than the GF stuff we have here? I mean, cleaning up a GF pasta pot (and colander) is like scrubbing something that someone poured Elmer's glue all over.
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Never buy the simple truth gluten free spaghetti at Kroger.... I would object serving it to prisoners it's so bad...

Regular gluten free spaghetti on sale for the same price as linguine. Nice!
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Food max usually has these for $1.19 each
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Out of curiousity, does this stuff clean up any better than the GF stuff we have here? I mean, cleaning up a GF pasta pot (and colander) is like scrubbing something that someone poured Elmer's glue all over.
To be honest, I think it's pretty similar. I make sure to immediately rinse the pot and the colander with hot water once I strain the pasta. Then you get no sticky residue.

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Food max usually has these for $1.19 each
The Gluten Free Barilla? Really? That would be a fantastic deal. Shame those stores are on the wrong side of the country from my.
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To be honest, I think it's pretty similar. I make sure to immediately rinse the pot and the colander with hot water once I strain the pasta. Then you get no sticky residue.
Yup, the immediate rinse is the key. Unfortunately I'm usually the clean up guy in my house and not the cook...the things are already gunked up by the time I come downstairs to eat!
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Yup, the immediate rinse is the key. Unfortunately I'm usually the clean up guy in my house and not the cook...the things are already gunked up by the time I come downstairs to eat!
Haha, yeah, then I can't help you unfortunately. You should still try the Garofalo though if you can find them. At least eat amazing pasta if you already have to peel nasty stuff of a pot!
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Haha, yeah, then I can't help you unfortunately. You should still try the Garofalo though if you can find them. At least eat amazing pasta if you already have to peel nasty stuff of a pot!
It's on Amazon [amazon.com]...looks like if you buy a 6-pack it's about 4 bucks a package.
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It's on Amazon [amazon.com]...looks like if you buy a 6-pack it's about 4 bucks a package.
That's not horrible. If you can only eat GF pasta, you should treat yourself to these some day!
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That's not horrible. If you can only eat GF pasta, you should treat yourself to these some day!
I'm going to treat myself to some of these right now! I may buy the op's pasta as well, but finding a pasta with as good of a review as you have for these...I'll bite. No pun intended. As a celiac sufferer, I'm always on the look out for really good pasta. Thanks for the recommendation.
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