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              Naturally Good Food

              Pasta and Sauces

              Pasta and Sauces from Naturally Good Food


              Here you will find our enormous range of different pasta, to suit all taste and food intolerances. We also have pasta made from high-protein grains. To match this wide diversity of pasta, we have a great range of pasta sauces.

              Explore all the varieties we stock, in the sections below.

              A guide to pasta from Naturally Good Food

              It is not easy to write a short introduction to pasta! The same pasta can be called by different names, in different parts of Italy. However, common forms of pasta include:


              1. Long shapes - spaghetti being a prime example
              2. Short shapes - such as spirals and shells
              3. Tubes
              4. Flat sheets, such as lasagne
              5. Miniature shapes to go into soups
              6. Filled and stuffed pasta
              7. Speciality or decorative shapes


              In Italian cuisine, pasta can be served:

              1. Cooked, with a complementary sauce or condiment (pastasciutta)
              2. Cooked in a soup (pasta brodo)
              3. Incorporated into a dish and then baked (pasta al forno)


              Many of our customers have food allergy problems, so we try to offer the widest range of pasta products that we can. Durum wheat is the main ingredient in traditional Italian pasta and we stock several types of traditional white durum wheat pasta and speciality shapes. However, we also stock plenty of pasta not made from this wheat.


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              At Naturally Good Food we look to offer the best wholefoods
              and free-from foods to match your larder and your purse.

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