Food For Life Ezekiel 4:9® Sprouted Grain Pasta Penne -- 16 oz
Ok, so if you're not used to sprouted pasta or Ezekiel bread, be aware that this pasta tastes very health food-ish. It's not my favorite as far as taste, but the benefits of sprouted organic grains far outweigh the taste. I've tried the spaghetti too, which has a much better flavor because the noodles are thinner. So it's not as strong. The only thing about the spaghetti is that the noodles end up breaking apart and sticking together. It's not very good leftover. But again, it's deginiteky edible and the health benefits are great!
April 4, 2015
Possibly the healthiest pasta on the market
Sprouted grains are easier to digest and have up to 10x more nutrition than conventional grains. It also digests like a vegetable so it's easy for your body to utilize its nutrients. Ezekiel combines sprouted grains with sprouted lentils to create the perfect protein. It has a whole grain texture and a bit of an earthy taste. If you're use to a white flour pasta it might take some getting use to. My kids love it and so do I. However, we don't eat processed foods so we're use to healthy eating.
July 13, 2014
Works for us!
This is a pasta I can feed my family without any worry. Sprouted grains, non-GMO and organic. I have a four year old son who is in the pasta phase and eats little else. No worries here since I know he's getting the protein he needs and I'm feeding him a pasta that has nutritional value vs. processed flour. Once you get used to cooking it property and the difference in texture you're good to go!
February 24, 2014
Taste great. Don't overcook!
Okay this pasta is a little pricey but we eat mainly vegetarian meals and so I buy this because it is a complete protien. It has a nice texture and taste. It tells you right on the box to not overcook. The first time I cooked it only three minutes so it turned out great. The second time I walked away and let it cook about 10 minutes. It was inedible. That wasn't the products fault it was mine but just a warning don't walk away or you will lose the pasta.
April 28, 2012