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Old 12-16-2011, 09:21 PM   #11
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We usually get Felicetti organic whole grain pasta. It's yummy and Italian. We really, really like BioNaturae pasta, but it's $1 more/500 gr bag. It's so good I start munching it before there is any sauce on it. But, by the time there is a sauce on either of these two delightful pastas, you don't notice the difference.
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Old 12-16-2011, 09:53 PM   #12
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Red Gold brand for most varieties of canned tomatoes.
Muir Glen Organic tomato products when they're on sale.
Contadina for tomato paste.

I don't buy pasta very often (usually make it), but for more exotic forms, Central Market house brand.
Central Market house brand European Style Butter
(Central Market is higher quality outlets of H.E.B. Grocery of Texas. Competitor to Whole Foods.)

Duke's Mayo
King Arthur flours
Colavita brand for fruttato EVOO
Spectrum brand for some cooking oils. Coconut, avocado, sesame.
French Market coffee and chicory.
Roland brand carnaroli rice
Zoe brand Bomba rice
Colorado Spice smoked paprika and some others

Wild Planet Sustainably Caught tuna
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We usually get Felicetti organic whole grain pasta. It's yummy and Italian. We really, really like BioNaturae pasta, but it's $1 more/500 gr bag. It's so good I start munching it before there is any sauce on it. But, by the time there is a sauce on either of these two delightful pastas, you don't notice the difference.
I love Bionaturae Whole Wheat pasta also, especially their fettuccine. Bionaturae canned whole Tuscan tomatoes is the only kind I'll buy - fantastic. I've never tried Felicetti pasta - I'll have to check in my local health food market.
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